Check out the book, Rusticles, by Rebecca Grandsen, as reviewed by Judith Barrow on her blog.
I was given this book of short stories by the author as a member of Rosie Amber’s Review Team #RBRT in return for an honest review.
I gave this book 3* out of 5*
In Hilligoss, a tired man searches for a son, a flamingo enthrals the night, and fireworks light up the lost. In these stories and more, Rusticles offers a meandering tour through backroads bathed in half light, where shadows play along the verges and whispers of the past assault daydreams of the present. Walk the worn pathways of Hilligoss.
I am unfamiliar with this author’s work so the first time I read each story two thoughts struck me: they are unique in that they are written in an oblique style difficult to grasp initially; much is implied within phrases and partial , seemingly unfinished dialogue. And secondly, that these tales are almost poetic prose…
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