Patrick O'Duffy is tall, Australian and a professional editor, although not always in that order. He has written role-playing games, short fiction, a little journalism and freelance non-fiction, and is currently working on a novel, although frankly not working hard enough. He loves off-kilter fiction, Batman comics and his wife, and finds this whole writing-about-yourself-in-the-third-person thing difficult to take seriously.
on Aug. 31, 2014 :
The story begins with a young boy playing hide and seek with his fellows. He recalls his father who is now dead and believes that at 7 he is now grown up enough to go to the places his father warned him against.
I found a scene in which he gives a hug to be strangely touching, but overall, sadly felt I did not have enough information to relate to this world of it's inhabitants.
(review of free book)