Framing and Entering (Short Story)

Write on: Thu, 16 Jun 2016 by  in Petros' Reviews Read 5063

Read from June 13 to 14, 2016

I don't usually read short stories, and most definitely i never review them, but for every rule there is an exception. A friend recently recommended "Framing and Entering" as a short and light story since i was "reading a lot of grim stuff" lately.

"Peace is an illusion. People always fight, people always suffer. There is always pain, always hurt, always violence.Maybe not the same kind, for rather than taking your life all at once, it steals away years without you even noticing."

Framing and Entering was a pleasant surprise. A good start with flowing words that pulled me right in; playful but well-written, strange even, but not enough to be off-putting. Meaningful dialogues and no dead space on a lovely narration (a perfect fit actually) with a unique combination of elements, featuring an episodic feel to it. I look forward for the rest of the story, by the amazing & lovely Agnes Meszaros

PS. I kept this review rather short, as to not surpass the word count of the short-story itself :D 


You can find Framing and Entering HERE

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