Wednesday, March 27, 2013

On "The Gun Tastes Awful" by Tony DuShane (1056 words) ***

The premise is a bit familiar and some of the thoughts too, not because I've had them necessarily but because I've read them, seen them in film, and so on. But DuShane does manage to do something a bit different with the premise through the portrayal of the main character himself (I assume it's him). I'm reminded of the film The End, only this time there isn't a redemption, a feeling that, yes, life is worth living. Read the story here at Cherry Bleeds.

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