Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Ghosts of New York, by Jennifer Pelland

Since we have no idea what's going to happen to us when we die, we can say pretty much anything we want about it.  What if our experience comes apart when we die?  There's some part of us that relives the death, over and over?  Such is Ghosts of New York.  Very Groundhog Day in its approach, the story speaks to us about the importance of moving on, or finding some way to do so.  There is a way out.  3 stars

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