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Twilight in the Spaces Between by David R. Williams
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Jan 24, 2010

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bookshelves: fiction, serial-killer

I'm not sure where to go with this. The kindle formatting on this book is not good. There are random carriage returns mid-sentence, no spaces between paragraphs or even chapters. And it's one of the most poetically well written novels I've read in some time.

The writing is fairly stark and unadorned. It gives the overall story a very gritty and dark feel that keeps it moving. Even some of the random carriage returns help in this overall feel by giving it a poetic character that contrasts the grit and adds a little flavor.

I would have given this 5-stars. But, while some of the formatting flaws add to the story, there are just too many. At the beginning they added to the story but after awhile I had to stop reading because they would more often disturb me than anything.

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