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I might always end up using The Forest as my reference for Stewart's work, and that's probably because it was the first book of hers I read. But what I was struck with in that book is the way that she used an arc that swept the full course of her book. In this case, I enjoy the different sections pointing to different ideas of message. First, the difficulty in finding the recipient, second the indeterminate trajectory, and finally the universal placement of message (even laundry on a line could...more