A Hole in God's Pocket
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 186
This is beautiful. The ideas evoked are amazing and well-thought out.And the symbolism of the title is just amazing.It was so adorable...Baby hedgehogs are adorable.
This one was a new year gift from a friend, and what a lovely gift it turned out to be. Often enough when I read a novella in this genre (or a short story) which seemed rushed, incomplete, etc, I tend to think that if only the author had more pages to work with, he/she would been able to develop the...
This was my last read in 2012 - and what a fitting one. A wonderful, gentle love story.
I liked this both more and less than I thought I would--which is a new and unusual feeling for me.What I liked more than I'd expected to: not once did the story ever come across and preachy or strident or soap-box-y. Another reviewer described it as being "a quiet story" and that's a beautifully ap...
Another great read from KZ Snow and what a wonderful, evocative title! Snow weaves the story of two men, Faron and Greg, so different in their backgrounds and upbringing and yet so fundamentally alike in their spirituality. A tricky undertaking bringing an Amish player/sexual wild boy together with ...