Closing My Eyes Helps Me To See Clearly

Rated 4.75/5 based on 5 reviews
A dark vision of the end of the world

These two short stories will twist and torment your mind as you unravel the paradox within them. A desperate dash to save a life, realizing one’s own fate, and a man mentally snapping at life’s issues: these stories dive into the dark side and may keep you up at night.
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Review by: Bridget Squires on Dec. 21, 2010 :
Fantastic! Loved this tale! Fun and interesting to read!
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Review by: Jess C Scott on Aug. 27, 2010 :
I enjoyed being led through the story, paragraph by paragraph...the author certainly has a skill with imagery. Personally, I don't really dig it if/when a writer starts to get a little (or not) bit "over the top" with descriptions--"and she was filled with an inner darkness, black and dark as an oil slick" (from a recently published YA novel--won't say which!)--Mr. Speicher's descriptions are more lyrical. He has an understanding of what good poetry is (most Poe fans do, while those who detest Poe usually don't--c'mon, Edgar Allan Poe's THE MAN, admit it *insert smiley face*).

P.S. Visually (if this were to be translated onto a screen), it could potentially be something very "eerily other-worldly" to view/experience (and I don't mean "other-worldly" in the paranormal-creatures sense--this is something greater/that covers more scope than a genre category).
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Review by: Tom Raimbault on June 18, 2010 :
I struggled with this work. It truly does take time to think of the meaning. And I believe that Robert Williams (below) says it quite well in his statement, "It can't really be described in terms of having a plot."
You simply must read this story! The scenes and imagery are incredible, each one likened to a series of stanzas -- as if loose poetry.
Kipp's story is certainly worthy of a 5 star rating. Very few writers are willing to press the boundaries in such a way that this story does.
Great job!
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Review by: Robert Williams on June 16, 2010 :
This is a fascinating and poetic story, short but multilayered. It can't really be described in terms of having a plot. It is more of a series of images strung together in a stream of consciousness narrative. Not perfect, but captivating, and leaves you thinking about what it means for a long time afterward. The beautiful imagery creates a powerful impact. Highly recommend for lovers of thoughtful, experimental prose.
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Review by: Kelly Armstrong on June 14, 2010 : (no rating)
Very well written. It instilled solid imagery. We got a little confused as to who was telling the story. But overall, was very well told Kipp....impressive!! Now that we know you can write...start writing some scripts...LOL...on a scale of 1 - 10..we give it a SOLID 7 1/2!!

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