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“God must have had his reasons ….” The final line uses well-placed irony to point out the indiscriminate ways of death. “The Randomizer” by Aviel S. is supposed to communicate just how unexpected death can seem. We never, ever know when it’s coming, so we think it is cruel and arbitrary.

Heaven is portrayed in this short story – and elsewhere – as a peaceful afterlife. I like how death in Aviel’s story is controlled by “the randomizer,” because that’s just what it is … random.

I have an unusual sense of humor, so the line “Let’s just say we had to take that little toy away from him,” when describing God and death, appealed to me. “The Randomizer” was my favorite article in the March issue.

This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This piece has been published in Teen Ink’s monthly print magazine.






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