The Man Who Owns Little

Mark Ernest Pothier is a Kindle Single author I have been watching. Since reading his story The First Light of Evening I've been waiting for his next. The Man Who Owns Little was released a few days ago and I read it last night.

Pothier has mastered the skill of allowing your past experience and memories to fill in blanks and flesh out his characters. The Man Who Owns Little is simply a conversation between two long term friends, via post, analyzing how their relationship has changed and perhaps why. I really enjoyed how there are no judgements and there is no right or wrong. The story is about friends who think and experience life so differently trying to understand one another. Pothier leaves it up to the reader to determine what really happened.

I'm waiting for your next story, Mark.

The Man Who Owns Little by Mark Ernest Pothier


  1. Sounds like a new-age Milan Kundera.  His short novel Identity (and to some degree, all of his later work that I’ve explored) plays the dynamics of differing perspectives off of one another quite well.

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