I read this story a few months ago and am just now getting around to writing about it.
I have a new life now filled with responsibilities and distractions – enough to keep me from reading and doing any serious thinking about what I've read. Mindless fiction finds its way into the brief moments I have to read and I’m afraid that I've also developed a shorter attention span which kills any sort of extended periods of reading and writing.
This was a beautifully written story and I was pulled through the pages.
I've been fortunate enough in my life, up to this point, to be spared being exposed to situations such as Iris, the main character.
Perhaps this is one of those stories that offers a lesson to the reader.
Of course, every day presents the possibility…of a situation.
Will I remember my lessons?