The Judgment by Chart Korbjitti
Winner of the SEA Write Award 1982
Fak thought that, as he had lost everything, there was nothing more he could lose. Over all the time that had gone by, he had only known losses. Whatever he decided to do, and whatever came out of what he did, he couldn't fall any lower than he already had. He had sunk as low as he could go. He was already at the end of the line, and even if he suffered from the consequences of his decision this time, he would still be standing at the end of the line, but if he was able to ...
About the Author
Chart Korbjitti, born into a merchant family south of Bangkok in 1954, has been a successful full-time writer ever since he published his first short story in 1979. Twice the winner of the prestigious SEA Write Award (in 1982 for The Judgment, in 1994 for Time), he is also the author of several collections of short stories, movie scripts, novellas and novels, including Mad Dogs & Co, a picaresque saga of Thai hippies. His works have been translated in half a dozen languages. He lives upcountry with his wife, three dogs and a number of geckos.
Pak Chong 2001
2nd. Printing 2003
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