Ninety-Nine Stories of God - Stories 21 - 40 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

As a plane in Russia goes through turbulence, a woman begins to pray aloud for safety. The narrator’s companion remarks that it would be just as effective if the woman prayed to her coat.

The story “Some Difference” (22) reads, in its entirety: “When God abandoned the Aztecs, He turned their chocolate trees into mesquite.”

Caradoc is a mysterious, old, uninvited guest at a wedding. Later, the couple who were marrying gets a divorce.

A woman brings flowers to her small church for Easter Sunday. After the service, a man begins to take them away, but she insists that they are a gift to the church. Later, she reads an article about poisoned coffee urns at a church

A neighborhood has sympathy for a family when a wind gust blows over a bounce house at a neighboring birthday party. The family’s dog...

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