Looking Back

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Looking Back

Looking Back By Jay Finn Looking Back Two short stories about memory and its influence on our everyday lives The Girl in the Blue Dress is a bittersweet tale of love gained lost and destroyed by a life changing decision The Presence of N

  • Title: Looking Back
  • Author: Jay Finn
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  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Looking Back By Jay Finn Two short stories about memory and its influence on our everyday lives The Girl in the Blue Dress is a bittersweet tale of love gained, lost and destroyed by a life changing decision The Presence of Nothing is a short, haunted tale of one mans memory of his Grandfather while watching him die.
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    1. Maria on said:

      I really enjoyed these two short stories Both of them are about memories The first story is about a man who is tortured by a memory from years gone by The man looks back at his life and how one decision has nagged away at his mind for a long time The writer has a gift for storytelling, and I was hooked from the start and wanted to carry on reading, wanting to know about the character narrating the story It s a dark, reflective tale, and I found the ending to be thought provoking In fact when I [...]

    2. Grady on said:

      Simple, Beautiful, Eloquent Jay Finn is a young writer, apparently from England if we are to believe that these two short stories are from his own memories, who opens his talent to the public with two short stories His technique is straightforward, gently ordered, immensely readable The content is about the tougher questions we face those of life and death in various metaphors.The Girl in the Blue Dress is the relating of a memory than the writer feels compelled to share, at least that is how he [...]

    3. Susan on said:

      Looking Back is composed of two short stories, The Girl in the Blue Dress and The Presence of Nothing In these two stories, Jay Finn tells his tales through memories of the main character Perhaps these are even the author s memories fictionalized, I am not sure In terms of craft, each of these stories is well devised, have a lead in that captures the audience, a meaningful middle, and an ending that ties the story closed With that said, I personally enjoyed The Presence of Nothing quite a bit t [...]

    4. Kristen Jett on said:

      Once upon a time, I made a foolish statement that I rarely, if ever, get emotionally invested in a short story Generally speaking, it s true Besides Stephen King or John Connolly, I tend to abhor short stories because I see so much potential, but eventually end up disappointed in the characters even so if the main character is male How foolish I was How very foolish The Girl In The Blue Dress made this collection for me Which isn t to say that The Presence of Nothing isn t good I just connected [...]

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