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  1. I loved this story, and the amazing twists and turns it took. Anyone who doesn't feel good after reading it needs to have their nerve endings reconnected. R
  2. This piece also touched me. It is another great example of a short-form piece where no words go to waste. Many things are just suggested; there is an element of the first chapter of Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury." R
  3. This one is a thought-provoker. As a rule I'm not a huge fan of fantasy tales but luckily that was only a moderate element here. The story was about the journeys of two souls, and kept us guessing until the end. And of course I'm sure I'm not the only reader left wondering "what's next" with the two characters, and for that matter with the unusual world they are in. R
  4. I see that an omnibus post was started about all the Valentine's Day themed stories recently posted, but I think for the work these authors put in there is warrant for some individual commentary. I liked this story a lot. If it was a movie, the audience would have been cheering at the end. And I really would have liked to discover more about "what happens next" after the story ended. Mission accomplished, I would day. R
  5. This piece really touched me. It is a great example of a short-form piece where no words go to waste. And I think that readers of all ages can relate to the characters (both alive and dead) in the story. R
  6. An interesting contemplation. I don't know if there is a formal name for this genre of story. R
  7. This was another story to have the audience cheering. I especially liked the surprising (although lightly foreshadowed) "small world" aspects. Still wondering what happened to Mr. DaSilva, though. R
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