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And the story is so tender and so full of symbolism.
In one story, the narrator reflects on a young woman's feelings of happiness and how they relate to her "graceful body and eyes like the blue of the indigo bunting."
We've read the other works of Thomas Lynch (all non-fiction & poetry), and the author has a true gift.
I like Thomas Lynch, truly. His stories are engaging, his language often brilliant, especially when he's painting a landscape. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca H. Lowndes
The fourth "by Thomas Lynch" in my library, by the undertaker who writes, whose clients are fortunate if he buries them with the same quality of work with which he puts words to... Read morePublished on July 13, 2010 by Larry Edsall
This work is unsettling with several different hidden agenda's. The book consists of a series of 5 short stories. Thomas Lynch's poetic writing style is captivating at times. Read morePublished on May 29, 2010 by R.Brian Burkhardt
This is an amazing first attempt at fiction. We've read the other works of Thomas Lynch (all non-fiction & poetry), and the author has a true gift. We await his next attempt. . .Published on May 2, 2010 by Sandra Marroso
An appealing and empathetic collection of tales that delves into human motivations and crises without lurid sensationalism. Tactful and tasteful. Read morePublished on March 1, 2010 by Cary B. Barad