Can't say, haven't "read" it.
The writer's ability to use lyrics to tell his story.
Ain't going to say specifically. The loss of family and the description of a wildfire and its consequence isn'y exactly bland.
Not necessarily, but to my own surprise I found myself re-playing it from the beginning in the gym. Like a Dylan song, listening to the lyrics can be habit-forming. It's that good.
I was pretty tongue-in-cheek about Will Patton's tar-heel drawl, but I know he reads JL Burke pretty seriously and I give him top marks for interpreting what I think might be the best story written that I can remember.
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