In All Probability contains thirty short stories based on some bizarrely backfiring scenarios.
Each story is short enough to fit neatly into your coffee break or into the bus ride home.
From the Author:
Life isn’t about clean-cut glossy heroes who always send baddies packing and end then up smugly walking off into a happily-ever-after sunset.
Life is about real people just like you and me who slip on randomly (or sometimes it would seem strategically) placed banana skins. It makes one wonder just if someone somewhere is having a good laugh at us all. This book is about how the course of life can be determined by a single event or a single throw of the dice along the way.
As time goes on, and as technology evolves, the distinction between science and science-fiction begins to blur. In All Probability does not contain science fiction tales but rather those of science “what-ifs”.
(Amazon.co.uk Product description)
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