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Dots by Santino Prinzi
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it was amazing

Flash fiction is more difficult than it appears. Fitting a complete story into a micro format is an art. Tino Prinzi should win a prize for it. Dots and other flashes of perception is an excellent example of the quirkiness of flash, of the flexibility in the VSS (very short story) if you know how to do it. Many of Tino's pieces have been featured in magazines and flash fiction outlets but this is the first time they've been collated into a book. Read this collection - you'll be glad you did and you'll go back to read your favourites. My favourite in the collection is 'Between the Notes' - so short and yet so vivid, personal and meaningful - we can all relate to the feelings expressed.
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Reading Progress

October 11, 2016 – Started Reading
October 11, 2016 – Shelved
October 15, 2016 – Finished Reading

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