When Christopher Columbus returned to Spain after his discovery of the New World in 1492 he was welcomed as a hero. The reception given to him by Ferdinand and Isabella was everything that he could have hoped for, and news of the new lands to the west spread quickly throughout Europe. In its essence, Knowledge is Lonely, is like that discovery so many years ago. It is an eclectic collage of short stories, and each one stands on their own. However like individual instruments in an orchestra, each story compliments the others. The end result is a symphony of melt in your mouth music that when translated into words peels back the veil of many mysteries and makes them plain. To the reader I will not divulge which story does this. I do not want to deny the pleasure that can be found in the pursuit of knowledge, but I will assure you that it is here. Lonnie Hammons
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