I was sure that I had posted this here but somehow didn’t I’m terribly sorry about that Michael.
I got a copy for review and have to say I was very pleased. Michael Cargill is an author I will make a point to read from now on because of Shades of Grey, it’s a great sampler of his work.
I love short stories and the three in this book are no exception. The first about a man who wakes up to find himself tied to a chair. Out the window a lovely park, children running, band playing, inside the room however with him are people who will do whatever it takes to find out what he knows.
The second about a soldier in WW II an interesting tale with such a detailed account of the start of the war from one mans perspective.
The third about a little boy who is abused by his father. When his stuffed toy rabbit starts talking to him is it a good or bad thing?
All so different from each other and yet so great and enjoyable. The author does a great job on character and story building and in such a short span. Wonderful job and again Michael Cargill is an author who’s work I will be on the look out for.