Editor’s First Impression

By Chris Poirier, editor

Aug 23, 2011: Told in a genial—though somewhat patronizing—voice, almost as if from a grandparent to a child. The characters speak without ego, saying exactly what the plot needs them to when it needs them to. All in, it feels very much like a story for children. 9 chapters, in all.

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