‘Stasis’ by Ernesto San Giacomo

Stasis

After spending years living as a Libertarian refugee, Kurt Williams returns to his former community. But what he finds is not what he expects.

This is another of Ernesto San Giacomo’s short stories and like his story collection Ragged Souls, the author’s use of language and style is a real treat. Painting a kind of Orwellian, dystopian world engulfed in rules and regulations, his hero struggles to understand the new order.

A clever and thoughtful tale that reminds us how overprotective and interfering governments can go too far when striving to safeguard its citizens.



 
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  2 comments for “‘Stasis’ by Ernesto San Giacomo

  1. November 23, 2019 at 11:28

    A most interesting premise, Colin.

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    • November 23, 2019 at 11:38

      Thanks Robbie 😉 I’ve got a novel by the same author (Storm of Divine Light) which I’ll also be reading soon.

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