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Tears into wine

2.82  ·  Rating details ·  17 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Kindle Edition, 6 pages
Published January 5th 2011 (first published January 4th 2011)
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Tears to Wine is a very strange short story.

Told by a young male protagonist, the story unfolds as if he is telling us his memory of the events. It provides a lot of information, but doesn't show the reader very much outside of what is written on the page.

The whole story is rather sad, with some lovely prose speckled throughout.

I didn't love it or hate it, but I also wasn't very drawn to it, which is why this gets only two stars from me.
Andrea Diaz
Oct 20, 2012 rated it liked it
Although this was a very, VERY short read, I thought I should still give it a small review.

I really think the author could go somewhere with this piece of work. I feel like it read like a prologue and epilogue converged, providing mostly background information. The author should make a full story out of this. Possibly a sad, fantastical, historical fiction romance? It earned my 3 stars.
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