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A North of Ireland woman learns through her child’s tragedy how to face her prejudices while on a holiday in Turkey. Shortlisted for the Willesden Prize, Jolt is a story about perception and ingrained prejudices that we can carry around with us in our everyday lives. Sometimes it can take a journey to a strange place to waken us into a less intransigent way of seeing the world.

1 review for Jolt

  1. M Phelps

    This is a super short story. I felt it had a lot packed in the shortness of the story however it didn’t feel resolved at the end but other than that I enjoyed it. Heber Rowan does a good job.

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