As entertaining as they are insightful, the stories in The Path of Most Resistance are anchored
by the concept of passive aggression in our everyday lives: ordinary people who
are quietly, desperately, and indirectly trying to impose their will on the
uncaring world around them.
A Woman compulsively shops for luggage in order to sublimate
her desire for a divorce; a senior citizen tries to force his family to visit
by refusing to eat; Uncertain about the state of his relationship, a man obsesses
over, but refuses to clean, a spot of mould in the bathroom. The characters in
this collection try to change their through oblique resistance are perhaps most
effective when carried out in smaller, more insidious ways.
The Path of Most
Resistance is an observant and compassionate look at the feelings of
powerlessness that we all share.