Friday, December 22, 2017
The Lonely Ones, by Kelsey Sutton
It's not a story that breaks any new ground, but it works as a pleasant exploration of the bonds of family and friendship, a meditation upon risking one's heart, and thoughts on taking risks in general. The format is not a great style with which to develop characters and the temptation to produce anodyne "poetry" is always strong. But good examples are effective mood pieces and I found this one pleasant and enjoyable.
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