Daniel: by Thomas Adkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This applies only to the excerpt, which is the first chapter. It’s an intriguing start and gets the storytelling right. I enjoy seeing how authors treat liminal states of mind. Adkins does it well. The PoV character’s identity and nature are mysteries. Something unusual and, apparently, unprecedented has happened to him. I’m interested in knowing what.
I understand this chapter is the product of a workshop held in Albuquerque.