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So beautiful, poignant, thought-provoking and self-realizing for someone with autism, anyone who knows and loves someone societally labelled this way and everyone else participating in the dance of life.
If you could sum up Movement: A Short Story About Autism in the Future in three words, what would they be?
"Impressively written" - I don't usually listen to short stories, but was intrigued when I heard the author in an interview on a podcast (writing excuses). The prose was fantastic and the imagery really pulled you into the main character's head. I'm really glad I picked this up.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Movement: A Short Story About Autism in the Future?
My most memorable moment would be a spoiler, so I won't say that. I also really enjoyed how the author tied in all the temporal connections. The author did a great job helping me see the world form the main character's point of view.
What three words best describe Marguerite Kenner’s voice?
Overall I thought the narration was average (which for an independent short story is not a bad thing). I thought she did great with the prose, but something about the dialog bugged me. It might not be the narrator's fault. There were a couple of audio glitches that were slightly distracting, but not too bad.
Any additional comments?
If you are looking for a short story to throw into your mix, I definitely recommend "Movement". Keep in mind it's only a couple of bucks, so don't use a whole credit for it. :)