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Touch by Rhythm

A survival story 

People make mistakes.

Not exactly inspiring, I know. But it’s true. Even the best of intentions can lead to bad decisions, and those decisions can come to haunt people down the line. It doesn’t make us evil. In fact, I’d say it’s what makes us human.

This is a story about mistakes and the group of children who make them. It is also a story of recovery, of promise, and of learning in a world where the deepest hurts can grant the most wondrous of powers.

Please remember to be forgiving. They are only children, after all.

Note: Touch contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Oct 15, 2017

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The (Not) Bad Touch

By Lonesome Traveler, member

Oct 19, 2017: First things first, Touch is not a story for everyone. It handles its subjects tactfully, but even so, this is a story which is fundamentally about troubled children and painful emotion. Touch is only 4 chapters in as of this review, but I don’t see that going away.

I’ll be honest and state straight out that this isn’t my kind of story. It’s a bit of a slow trek, with prolonged descriptions of the minutia of emotions and motives of its [more . . .]

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Solid

By JohnCalliganWrites, member

Oct 19, 2017: I think the characters are believable and fairly complicated. It has an interesting premise. The dark topics were handled well. Where there were victims, the story focuses on their experience rather than glorifying the things that happen to them.

Sometimes it is a little wordy in places, but the dialog is good enough that it is easy to read.

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