Black Kettle: Novellas Connected

Black Kettle Novellas Connected Picking up where the fragmented narrative of Momentitiousness left off Black Kettle explores the many manifestations of hope and deceit in the human experience This is a novella collection sweet sen

  • Title: Black Kettle: Novellas Connected
  • Author: Jason Leclerc
  • ISBN: 9781480828865
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • Black Kettle: Novellas Connected

    Picking up where the fragmented narrative of Momentitiousness left off, Black Kettle explores the many manifestations of hope and deceit in the human experience This is a novella collection sweet, sensual, sadistic, and sullen where independently complete stories burst forth with playful vigor, featuring heroes and antiheroes alike.Using the true story of Black Kettle Picking up where the fragmented narrative of Momentitiousness left off, Black Kettle explores the many manifestations of hope and deceit in the human experience This is a novella collection sweet, sensual, sadistic, and sullen where independently complete stories burst forth with playful vigor, featuring heroes and antiheroes alike.Using the true story of Black Kettle a peaceful Cheyenne Indian chief, who was gruesomely slaughtered in the 1860s as a metaphorical backdrop, the text builds on the ambivalence inherent in hypocrisy More than blood and guts, sex and postapocalyptical musing, Black Kettle derives its power from an understanding of both the human mind and the human soul.In the novella Black Kettle, witness the moments immediately preceding, during, and after two galactic earth shattering events In Trayvon, observe young men as they discover the shifting tangents connected by sexuality, love, and family Finally, in The Nola Trilogy, watch carnal pleasure morph into sentimentality, heartbreak, and eventual rebirth.

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    One thought on “Black Kettle: Novellas Connected

    1. J Aislynn d'Merricksson

      **This book was reviewed via Netgalley**Black Kettle, by Jason LeClerc seems less to me a series of novellas, as advertised, and more a series of philosophical discourse that discuss various aspects of humanity, threaded with short stories that are independent of one another, yet are linked in the same time-line. Events that occur to one person in one story will occur to a different set of people, far from the first, or events that happen in a story will be referenced in another story further in [...]

    2. A.C. Cole

      Black Kettle by Jason Leclerc is a collection of novellas that can be read independent from each other. While they can be read separately, themes and connections between the stories can be made. This collection is meant to be a commentary on the human experience. A terrible and beautiful thing that it can be. What struck me the most was the up and downs not only between stories, but within the stories themselves. I found this out particularly with the novella Claire. You can go from the highest [...]

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