Sunday, May 18, 2014
PUZZLES by Terri E. Lyons
The Good. Every page moves; evenly kilt in both dialogue and description.
The Mmeh Okay. Timepiece stories often carries a stigma that the account will read familiar; that perhaps the event has already been told before, except but for one factor...
The Best Part… Puzzles is one of the most durable examples of how pure storytelling not only draws in readers, indebted to figuring out how a menace that moves into town will resolve itself, but this story contains another inherent feature. It is capable of relaxing the body and soothing the soul. The characters were a treat to read, and the story itself a true page-turner.