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    Intriguing

    All of Krishnasamy's work is creepy good, and this short story is no exception. This story is brief, the details spare, but she manages to paint a vivid picture of a moment in time between the two main characters, who are dealing with the aftermath of a horrific deed that has shaken them both deeply. It's intriguing in a disturbing kind of a way, well-written and captivating. I'll definitely be reading her next piece.
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    The deed of the monkeys

    Proof that the electronic age is making us all dumber. Following the line of "Atlanta nights" this is proof that any crap can get published online. Weak story, flows like frozen mud and zilch for character personality. Pure crap. Read with a cheesy Indian accent, and every biased stereotype in mind and then it becomes somewhat palpable. Only thing now is to figure out how to delete this from my bookshelf so it doesn't stink up the rest!
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    Ok but could use a bit more editing

    I think the attempt here is for sparse but feels more vague than sparse. Could be tightened up.
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    Short but good

    Im not the biggest short story fan, they often leave me wishing for me... as did this one.
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    Good book

    It was a fantastic book
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