Christmas Eve in Bangkok

Christmas Eve in Bangkok This is a long short story that might also be staged as a one or two act play It is set in a suite at the prestigious Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok along the banks of the Chao Phraya River The story conc

  • Title: Christmas Eve in Bangkok
  • Author: Morgan McFinn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is a long short story that might also be staged as a one or two act play It is set in a suite at the prestigious Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok along the banks of the Chao Phraya River The story concerns several characters who have volunteered to field phone calls from ex pats suffering from the holiday doldrums The callers are away from home and missing their friendsThis is a long short story that might also be staged as a one or two act play It is set in a suite at the prestigious Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok along the banks of the Chao Phraya River The story concerns several characters who have volunteered to field phone calls from ex pats suffering from the holiday doldrums The callers are away from home and missing their friends and family during the festive Christmas season Varying degrees of loneliness and depression afflict them The theater masks on the cover are meant to suggest the elements of both comedy and tragedy at play in the story As usual, McFinn has created a host of interesting characters and a repertoire of scintillating dialogue.

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    • Roxanne says:

      Christmas Eve in Bangkok by Morgan McFinn is what you get when you take six diverse, well-drawn characters and lock them in a room together. The short story is told from the viewpoint of a cynical, snarky writer who has volunteered with five other people to answer phone calls from depressed Americans on Christmas Eve. Despite the solemn subject matter, the story is laugh-out-loud funny.My only complaint is that it ended rather abruptly. I would have liked to have seen the group breakfast togethe [...]

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