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Silence and Shadows by James Long
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Mar 13, 09

really liked it
Read in February, 2002

Back cover skewed my expectations of this one a bit, although I suppose only a fantasy reader like me would interpret literally the bit about the long-dead woman being still "very much alive". Not that I regret reading it; it was emotional and compelling.

I was particularly caught by the underlying sense that the world really is full of genuinely nice people... CD, Dozer, Bobby, the German girl, the cameraman and the limo driver. Everyone was so ready to help Patrick, as soon as his shell cracked open enough to let them. Even Little and the Evil Music Company didn't take away from that.

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message 1: by Miriam (new)

Miriam So there isn't actually a fantasy element?

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