|About the Book|
Ancient Tales, Modern Legends, a short story collection by Ted William Gross presents the reader with engaging and thought-provoking stories spanning the ages. Covering subjects of love, loss, pain, desire, need, frustration and hope these storiesMoreAncient Tales, Modern Legends, a short story collection by Ted William Gross presents the reader with engaging and thought-provoking stories spanning the ages. Covering subjects of love, loss, pain, desire, need, frustration and hope these stories are meant to entertain as well leave an indelible impression upon the reader.Ted Gross cleverly combines ancient lore in his Tiny Slivers From A Silver Horn weaving Unicorns, the story of Adam & Eve and the modern world into a tale of lost wisdom and gained hope. Love In A Cafe moves the reader within the soft aura of love until the surprise ending. Elijahs Coins leaves us wondering about the great what if of life and just how blessed or cursed it would make us to change the future. Reverieing is a glimpse of the slow descent of one individual into his own personal hell. Addiction, Obsession, Love, Tenuous Webs & And So They Danced look upon love and loss from different perspectives. A Tapestry Of War is a real war story and the consequences of war upon the psyche of the soldier. The Sunflower portrays how hate can insidiously seep into the heart of man while The Heretic will leave you wondering who the real heretic actually is. Kapparot will let you delve into the mystical world of Hassidic philosophy while looking upon mans relation to God. Jacobs Ladder will introduce you to a world of angels and their mission of silence.The Following Short Stories Are Contained Within Ancient Tales, Modern LegendsLove In A CaféElijahs CoinsReverieingThe SunflowerTenuous WebsThe HereticKapparotA Tapestry Of WarAnd So They DancedJacobs LadderAddiction, Obsession, LoveTiny Slivers From A Silver HornThis is not a book to dismiss easily. Enjoy it. Grow with it. You will in turn, be haunted by it and the stories will remain with you long after you have closed the pages.