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The 4-D Doodler

by Graph Waldeyer

Quite an interesting story when it comes to light reading. The style is rather clunky at times, and it seems to wrap up too quickly, but the descriptions are inspired. For being as short as it is, though, it's rather nice.

Reviewed on 2010.09.08

Celtic Tales

by Louey Chisholm

A compilation of three Celtic stories, short and sweet. "Deirdre the Star-Eyed" is somewhat reminiscent of Sleeping Beauty, while "The Four White Swans" seems to be an allegory to the spread of Christianity in Ireland. I don't know what to compare the last, "Dermat and Grania", to, but it is a sweet, sad story.

In all, quite nice for a bit of light reading.

Reviewed on 2010.08.31

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