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S. A. Williams
on March 27, 2013 :
This is an amazing short!
In 'Evan's Story' Hunsaker introduces title character Evan, a high school football player who recently lost his brother, and Susie, a 12 year-old who lives with Evan's family due to a loss of her own (and who experiences some prejudice from the community).
This story nicely intertwines themes of love/companionship and grief and presents an unusually complete sketch of all the characters for a work of this length. That is to say: this reader finished the story feeling truly in touch with each of the characters, their motivations, and their desires.
While I have been impressed by this author's work in the past, I truly connected with this story in ways that I didn't anticipate and I highly recommend it. From the author's note, the story is essentially a short introduction to two characters in her "Rehearsal" series. After this, I won't be able to stop myself from reading that series in the very near future!
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