The Agony Within
"The Agony Within" gets the reader to look at the world from different prospectives and to decide what's proper. Each Story has a unique style. Each page grabs and once you finish you want to know what on the next page. There is unpredictability in all of the stories in the book. "The Missing Son" draws a perfect example of that. It was not over after the funeral. Chances are, the family may have buried the wrong child. If true, who did they just burry? And where is the son? And in "My Twin Sheep," Where did they other son go? Every story keeps you wanting for more.
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