Sandy's best friend Catherine changed when she turned sixteen. She withdrew from life, and spent all her time drawing pictures of seven children she said would never exist. Thirty-four years later, Sandy finds out why.
This short story first appeared in the anthology "Synchronic."
5つ星のうち5.0Another brilliant nugget from MeiLin Miranda
投稿者Justine di Giovanni2014年8月8日 - (Amazon.com)
For how short this story is, it's incredibly evocative, and you'll be thinking about it for days to come. Absolutely worth your 99 cents and the minutes it takes to read. Another brilliant nugget from MeiLin Miranda!
5つ星のうち5.0Intriguing! I hope the author expounds on it and creates a larger work!
投稿者Barbara Smith2015年1月4日 - (Amazon.com)
Oh this is so much more than a short story. I hope the author expands it into a larger work. It's the best kind of short story - it fires off your imagination and makes you want to world-build on your own and create some answers.