Short indeed! But this little teaser makes me want the rest of the story, without hating the author for only telling me this much.
I lost myself in the pronouns once, but I think that was just due to the short, brief entitlement of the choosing or hem hawing of the reader (me) as to whom I was to believe was the pivotal, or main character.
Thanks for a quiet little jaunt.
I love the first line that grabs you and lets you know, you are in a for a different journey. I love it more when there is enough interest to make me read the last sentence and REACH FOR THE NEXT BOOK! I read it, and wanted to find out where the journey continues. So I immediately grabbed the next book off the e-book shelf. It took me a long time to get to the review, well honestly, I was gifted over 15 books in a week, and so the book reading process was the priority at first, but again, have a responsibility to read so many and inserting the 2nd book of the trilogy, through personal purchase, says stacks about a book. There is anticipation for the 3rd.
Just like poverty, one reads this and finds joy, simple family values, and a sense of longing for more. I quite enjoyed this little story as did I enjoy the simple need for belonging, belongings, memories, and personal space.
A great little quip for reminding people of how our things divide, come and go, and identify us, or hold us hostage.