I can’t shake the feeling that we need to do something different here, something different from the usual work of a review—you, the reader, looking for insight on the fourth and last novel in Jeffrey Overstreet’s Auralia Thread, and me trying to talk about what it all means and why you should find it important. The Ale Boy’s Feast would have us read a different way, to be more bent on mystery and joy than on dissection and cold analysis, to be focused not simply on what it does but what it is.
|date:||March 15, 2011|
|publisher:||The Other Journal|
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