|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||20 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Example Reviews
This is a short comic with a simple set up. Two strangers are at a train station when they notice a brief case left behind. The story hits surprisingly deep territory, from the possible decline of 'decency' or at least common social mores (what do we do about the briefcase is not a simple 'give it to the lost property man') to terrorism, to current day human interaction.What surprised me is how 'Melbourne' this story is despite only having a few geographical clues, but at the same time there is a parable like quality to the story. Great, great story.
It starts with a briefcase is left on a train platform.Actually, no. It starts with a train being late. Somebody leaves, and the briefcase is left on the train platform.And then the delicious drama starts. Was it a terrorist? Was it just an absent minded commuter? Were they white?It's only eleven pages, the play itself being only ten minutes, but ah, the anxiety of the 21st century.And really, was it only just a briefcase?