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Monday, October 27, 2014

REVIEW: AN HOUR IN THE DARKNESS by Michael Bailey



REVIEW:  AN HOUR IN THE DARKNESS by Michael Bailey

AN HOUR IN THE DARKNESS is told in first-person narrative by Franklin, an individual who either has a tenuous grasp on reality but a strong imagination; or the capacity to "see beyond." (Rather like the clinical rendition of schizophrenia, isn't it?) Franklin prefers the second option; but since this is purely first-person narrative--how does the reader really know?

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