Life in Writing
Alex Van Der Haar is a pretty normal guy by most standards. He has friends, a girlfriend, a school life, along with a whole host of other things that can only be described as typical. With one notable exception: he has an imaginary friend named Frank. Frank has been around since Alex was a child. His friends and parents found it a little strange that Alex's imaginary friend was an old man, but none of them ever realized that Alex didn't make Frank up. He's just the only one who can remember him.
Set in a world where people are constantly disappearing, and nobody remembers them, Nails In The Sky addresses what happens when somebody does remember.
This story is very light on the science fiction and errs more toward the metaphysical as it questions our reality and offers theories about the strange things that happen in this life.
The writing is slightly above average. It starts out a bit slow and long-winded, but gathers steam as it moves along through the plot. The characters are interesting, and the story is very intriguing. You might have a hard time getting through the first part of the book, but I think you'll find it's worth your time.
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Shiva XIV By Lyra Shanti
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Watch out for my interview with Author Duncan John Reyneke coming this Monday
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