More lyrical and allusive fictions from a neglected writer worth exploring...
|Title||:||The Word for Yes: New and Selected Stories|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Word for Yes: New and Selected Stories Reviews
I should probably start this review by stating that I'm not a short story reader. I like my stories long, full of detail and character development. Short stories, regardless of who has written them or what they are about, always leave me feeling short changed.These short stories were worse than most though. I'm not sure if that is because there wasn't any rhyme or reason to them, because I'm not Irish or because they just went way over my head. I do know that I've absolutely no idea what the author was trying to tell me in any of these stories. I only read the first five stories in this book, the stories taken from "Dance the Dance" and I have to say that by the time I had read the 36 pages they covered, I was relieved I didn't have to read on.I don't think I'll be returning to Tom Mac Intyre's writing any time soon, if ever.