Everyone loves a good a story. Just as we need music or dancing, we need stories. It’s universal. After all, humankind has been weaving tales for ages. Stories tell us about our origins, how life works, who we are, and what we share. Who doesn’t love sitting by a fire, listening to a good story? There, as our faces flicker in the firelight and silence quiets our souls, we are carried to that timeless realm of imagination and possibility which is such a fundamental part of our humanity. Storytelling is part of human nature.
Author Peter Noel Dunn’s Our Nature: A Book of Unfinished Parables is a collection of stories with intent and hidden meanings. “The wonderful thing about parables is that they want you to participate. They require interpretation. That’s where the magic is. Since the parable involves you- the reader - more often than not, you become the storyteller.”
Our Nature: A Book of Unfinished Parables is packed with engaging characters and a variety of stories that are masterfully handled. Dunn brings each scene to life, with your imagination a welcome participant.