Every time I come to write, even if I have some words on the page already, I am always met with Resistance (Pressfield talks about this...
A well-written tale, full of invention and vitality, on two complications of contemporary life: loneliness and reconciliation. The story unfolds as both modern fable and a meditation on suicide and hope. The writer matches a story-tellers skill with deeper ideas about malaise's grip, but such serious subjects deserve wit and insight and this story has both.
-Merridawn Duckler, Author