Genres: Contemporary, Fiction
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A short story (2000 words)
A story of love, loss, and the dance in between. Absolutely not a romance.
I’ve think I’ve said it before, and if I haven’t, let me say it now: I’ll read anything Lawrence writes. I might take a while in between his books, but I will devour everything. Those breaks are needed because Lawrence writes emotionally charged books. Ones that dig their thorns in you and never let go. Yes, I realize what I did there. Apparently, Lawrence can do the same with a story that takes about five minutes to read.
I didn’t cry—I’m usually not a big cryer—but just because I didn’t tear up doesn’t mean this wasn’t an impactful story. It’s too short for me to go into details. With the time one would take to read this review, they could simply download it for free and read it themselves. Matter of fact, I suggest doing that right now. If you’re not a fantasy fan, don’t worry; there are no dragons or evil wizards. If you are, you’ll still love it. If you hated Lawrence’s The Broken Empire series, give this a try. I promise there’s no character performing immoral acts. It’s just a simple story of loss done brilliantly. I’d recommend this to everyone. Everyone.