Life is transformed for a family in the wake of Ireland’s financial crisis....
|Title||:||in the act of falling|
|Number of Pages||:||15 Pages|
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in the act of falling Reviews
You may read online here.Opening lines:It was a little after 7 A.M., and outside in the garden her nine-year-old son, Finn, was stringing a tennis net between two trees, stringing it not in the normal fashion, the way one might to play tennis, but horizontally, like a hammock. He was wearing a pair of too short trousers, perhaps the trousers from last year’s school uniform, and no shoes.
Unlike his other story, Diansaurs on Other Planets, this tale lacks initiative and drive. The narrative is not a clear and descriptively rich. The Title makes one think of some drastic truth that must be revealed at the end, yet it is either overly subtle or not there to beginning with.