Dr Maxwell Stein, a seasoned child psychologist practicing in New York, is about to head off on vacation, when the past comes back to haunt him. A visit by a former patient, now a mysterious adult, takes him by surprise to deliver a priceless gift. Her simple message, sets the wheels of his conscious and subconscious mind in motion till he is on the verge of derailing. His family, concerned and frightened by his changing attitudes, feels helpless. Is Max bordering on insanity or is there still hope?
Most often than not, we associate the feeling of love with the existence of the immaterial soul. This emotion is just one of the few that a human person is capable of having. However, it remains to be an obscure belief as there are physicalists who dispute the existence of this metaphysical entity. Regardless of which side you are, we all can agree that this functioning physical body we have can do all sorts of majestic things that no ordinary physical object can—we are able to think, reason, touch, interact, feel, and fall in love.
Every writer’s aspiration lies in their willingness to grow and step out of their comfort zone—and this is exactly what Monique Gliozzi had grasped in her new work. In her newest release, she gave us a collection of short stories entitled Diversity. She gave us pieces of her previous works and incorporated them in these full-packaged short pieces of writing.