Review: Seasons of Imagination by Trent P. McDonald

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Seasons of Imagination is a collection of short stories about people. McDonald explores the depth of the human condition by placing characters in different situations to see how they interact with one another.

The collection is an eclectic variety of short fiction. There is no set genre the collection falls into and no specific theme, but it works. At its heart Seasons of Imagination is about people. People are different, they are unable to be categorised, people are eclectic. McDonald shows the good, the bad, and the ugly. He doesn’t shy away from the truth.

“I looked into His eyes and saw strength and wisdom, wisdom that was born with the mountains.” – McDonald “Rite of Passage” in Seasons of Imagination

My personal favourites from the collection are “Whispering Breeze” and “Eardwulf”.

The collection is made up of relatively short fictions, so short that they’re perfect for reading while you’re on the bus, train, or tram to work. Seasons of Imagination is a collection for people who are interested in people, if that’s you then you won’t be disappointed by McDonald’s work.

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