Review: Beyond The Rainbow’s End


Beyond The Rainbow's End
Beyond The Rainbow’s End by James Pitter
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This charming little book consists of sweet, short, simple stories. My favourites were Morris Winthrop and Opposite Directions. In the former, a tabloid reporter watches a fashion event unfold with obvious disdain in a hilarious parody on celebrity and status. In the latter, men ride around in a minibus fervently discussing their route, their better alternatives, their inept driver. It is, again, a funny little jaunt that reminds me a bit of Doerr’s July Fourth. While there is no deep dive into the human condition, it is a short collection that makes for a very entertaining afternoon or before-bedtime read.

* I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. *

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Victor A. Davis has always loved reading and writing short stories. He is an avid hiker and even when away from the world of laptops and wifi, keeps a pocket paperback and a handwritten journal to keep him company on trail. He is the author of two short story collections, Grains of Sand and The Gingerbread Collection. Join his Mailing List for special announcements about upcoming works.