The stories in this collection astonish with their range. One story takes you on a trip with a young couple to Morocco. Another tells of a hapless American model in Paris who falls in unwittingly with terrorists. The stories range in theme from the lives of the working class of Buenos Aires to the decadence of the American upper class. While these stories were mainly written on napkins and carried around in a suitcase for years, they are relevant as ever today. Human rights advocate Pandora Dylan Gorman is an astute observer and chronicler of the human condition.