The Last Lesson

The Last Lesson The tremors warned of incoming waves high enough to drown every home in the tiny coastal village where an old man gave piano lessons to children who grew up to forget every note The old man faces a d

  • Title: The Last Lesson
  • Author: David Xavier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The tremors warned of incoming waves, high enough to drown every home in the tiny coastal village where an old man gave piano lessons to children who grew up to forget every note The old man faces a decision flee with the villagers over the mountain to the other side, where every lesson he ever taught will cease to exist faded in his former pupils minds the way a flameThe tremors warned of incoming waves, high enough to drown every home in the tiny coastal village where an old man gave piano lessons to children who grew up to forget every note The old man faces a decision flee with the villagers over the mountain to the other side, where every lesson he ever taught will cease to exist faded in his former pupils minds the way a flame dies on a small wick or stay and watch the waves crash around him and his notes and piano keys where he lived a full life and made a difference.

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      Published :2019-09-09T13:50:44+00:00

    About " David Xavier "

  • David Xavier

    If you don t have time to read, you don t have the time or the tools to write My favorite authors are the dead guys of literary fiction Graham Greene, Richard Yates, Evelyn Waugh, Hemingway, Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, Sinclair Lewis I have to put Cormac McCarthy and Charles Portis on the list.These authors influence my writing I have written seven novels They are all free to read Just ask for a copy.

  • 624 Comments

  • Less than 25 pages long, this is a good short story, but lacks depth and left me wanting to know, understand and learn more.


  • a haunting and compelling piece of short fiction that shocked then made me teary-eyed at the unexpected twist in the end.


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