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I lack the - faith.
Wouldn't you have to believe in God and Christ and all the holy fucking angels, before you could take a leap into blind space? Except I have to leap anyway. He's coming, to shake me out of the cage.
To uncurl my toes from the perch. Rogers is an expert writer, unshowy, on the button.
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A little gem of a book. Apr 14, For Books' Sake rated it really liked it.
Clarke Award, Hitting Trees with Sticks is a collection of short stories, both previously published and new, brought together here for the first time. In this, her first short story collection, Jane Rogers displays her alchemical abilities to transport and transform her ideas across continents, minds and hearts, and she is kind enough to take us with her.
Rogers takes us back to "By the winner of the Arthur C. Rogers takes us back to the night of conception and the empty old farmhouse with its lonely keeper; a man whose wife has left him.
Well crafted, with a couple of poignant moments. The first and last stories are very good - most of the others fall a bit flat.
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A collection of twenty literary short stories. Oct 21, Karen rated it really liked it. These are varied morsels to mouthfuls of stories and settings that are all appetizing and satisfying at the same time. Yes, you want a second course but are happy to move on to the next flavours, usually completely different.
Great craftsmanship for this genre. View 1 comment. May 17, David Kenvyn rated it really liked it. A weirdly affecting collection of stories about the trials, tribulations and triumphs of dealing with that impossible disease, life.
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