Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Sky Conducting by Michael Seidlinger. Reading. And hyping. Though not necessarily in that order.

Which isn't to say it isn't in that order, it's just that, we are reading The Sky Conducting, though not as this very moment, or this one, but there is reading, and we are taking this opportunity to hype it regardless by drawing your attention to this quite kick-ass review by the Alex M. Pruteanu. Now how about some excerpt?

"Seidlinger’s prose is an exercise in brevity, with sentences, phrases, and dialogue coming at you like short jabs to the ribs, to the kidneys, to the jaw . . . advancing the story seamlessly. I liked the construction of the language, as well; building blocks stacked upon building blocks in short passages, making up the chapters."

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