Summary

Meet me at the end of the world....
As civilization comes to an end, Lewis and Karen take their last vacation to the only cold place left on Earth, the remote resort town of Cold Pools. There, they will say goodbye....
"The Cold Pools", a short story, is taken from the author's collection Ms. Ito's Bird & Other Stories.
Chris Ward is the author of more than 80 short stories (33 of them published) and the novel The Tube Riders.
©2012 Chris Ward (P)2015 Chris Ward
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5 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 16-09-17

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This short but satisfying story is told in a first person monologue by Lewis, who, with his Karen, has travelled to holiday in the one place left in the world where the air temperature was below 77 farenheit. A peek into the future.
It is a poignant story, well read by Noah Lee Margetts, whose soft but gruff voice liltingly tells Lewis's story, his voice conveying the emotions felt. Very quick to read, it is both lovely and gives pause for thought.

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