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A Line Blurred by Bryan Healey
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Dec 07, 2011

liked it

I enjoyed this not because of originality in the story but because it is tragic and its hard to pull yourself away from it and because of the creative quirks of the protagonists. I think we all know a married couple in a situation like Kevin and Kylie. It did at first seem unrealistic that their lives could be so simple with so few social connections but it does happen. The one part that was unrealistic was that Kylie and the kids would always be home every single evening when Kevin returned home from work. Surely doctor's appointments, errands, social visits to friends' houses, etc. would come into play even if the kids weren't involved in any formal extracurricular activities.

I thought it wrapped up too quickly in the end and it would have been better if Kylie reflected more on what she had been through in the past week and the parallels between hers and Kevin's paths to bring more closure to the story.
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Reading Progress

December 7, 2011 – Shelved
March 5, 2012 – Started Reading
March 6, 2012 –
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March 6, 2012 – Finished Reading

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