by Andrew Lennon
Told in the first person, this story begins with a young man, in a happily married situation coming home to a “special meal”.
The first paragraph was a little contradictory, the narrator talks of his house and the soon to be baby room etc but then feigns ignorance when the wife says no wine for me over dinner!
I thought the next few sentences a little cliché but went with it as I am learning to love this author and his precise way of describing each minute thing. Then something strange happens and all known elements are changed.
I wasn’t really sure if I liked this story or not. It takes a very complex disease and glosses over it but it also has a feeling that this could be a really intricate story if pulled out slightly and the missing parts addressed. It almost felt rushed and not thought through properly but still has some real writing/story telling skill.
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