October 21, 2009
The story "After the age of giant sundials" by Harris Durrani was rather interesting. More then often, fiction is viewed as dragons and wizards, or magic an mythical beings. Thankfully Harris has reminded us, and reassured me, that people still life in our mondern age. Though I'd like to explain this more in depth, it's much more rewarding and enjoyable to read yourself. My favorite line " You can kill the writer but you can't kill his writings" was the perfect closer and captures the essence of this piece. So all and al, thanks Harris for not only creating a great read, but for changing up the flow of things here

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