Inside the Hours
Cydney Chadwick's seventh book of fictions is a haunting series of portraits showing the uncanny dimensions of everyday life. Chadwick truly takes us 'inside the hours' to explore the unfamiliar side of our all-too-human foibles. The mirror she holds up to inner reality returns a chillingly accurate image; at the same time, the steadiness of her gaze ultimately reveals itself to be an intensified form of compassion. Chadwick has developed a style of fiction that is as distinctive as it is compelling.
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