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Light Boxes

Tel In Light Boxes the inhabitants of one closely knit town are experiencing perpetual February It turns out that a god like spirit who lives in the sky named February is punishing the town for flying and bans flight of all kind including hot air balloons and even children's kites It's Feb. Real Rating 45 of fivePersephone s tale only Hades is a depressed man called either Thaddeus or February depending on where you are in the book Persephone is either Bianca or the girl who smells of honey and smoke depending on where you are in the bookIt might not be original but it s pretty

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Ruary who makes the sun nothing but a faint memory who blankets the ground with snow who freezes the rivers and the lakes As endless February continues children go missing and and adults become nearly catatonic with depression But others find the strength to fight back waging war on Februa. I read this book it took about an hour I think that the book really could have used a couple fonts and some funny sizing of text but I accept that an author has to be careful that they haven t gone overboard I do have to say I always appreciate an author who knows that it is unnecessary to use the entire page I feel so accomplished when I am reading a book uickly even if that is because there is only one sentence on some of the pages But really not every book with a funny format is good I mean there is at least one that I still have been able to sit down and finish because I just didn t care so perhaps we should recognize there is to a book than font although font totally gets me to start a book As do the pretty new penguin covers Now by this point I was already committed but there is a great uote to start this book The most serious charge which can b

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A poignant and fantastical first novel by a timeless new literary voice With all the elements of a classic fable vivid descriptions and a wholly uniue style this idiosyncratic debut introduces a new and exciting voice to readers of such authors as George Saunders Kurt Vonnegut and Yann Mar. I wanted to like this book At first I had a hard time finding my place in the story The plot was too fleeting everything drifted by like some snow drift on a windy February day I got too hung up on the priests I gave them too much importance and they confused me And they disappeared in the story Another causality of some winter conditions bleak and gray but not dramatic enough to be called a blizzard Just one of those fucking annoying mid winter days when you live in the middle of no where and you realized you ve spent most of the day in the bed tired and fed up with the weather and the bleakness and the cold and the nothingness and how your shitty little town looks even worse in the minimal daylight hours of midwinter And your trapped inside your own head for even hours of the day than normal and you find that you re not making any sense to yourself ne


About the Author: Shane Jones

Shane Jones is an American novelist short story writer essayist and poet



10 thoughts on “Light Boxes

  1. says:

    This is a terrible book of lies This book makes me out to be such an awful person when in reality I'm not Please d

  2. says:

    if you are a fan of the surreal and you like poetry this book will probably please you than it pleased me almost everyone who has rated it on here has given it four or five stars and i have to kind of assume they are right and that

  3. says:

    I wanted to like this book At first I had a hard time finding my place in the story The plot was too fleeting everything drifted by like some snow drift on a windy February day I got too hung up on the priests I gave them to

  4. says:

    When I think of possible worst case scenarios a CheneyLimbaugh Presidency hovers right near the top of the list The idea of a dark snowy perpetual February like the one we've been experiencing this year well that's a pretty close secondAnd here we have the story of a town under siege a down in the dumps town suffering through nine hundred something days of February I can't remember it being colder than it is now The ground is fr

  5. says:

    I was drawn to Light Boxes because of its beautiful cover and the fantastical premise people living in a tightly knit small town under the rule of a weird perpetual February which froze the ground and rivers and bleached out the skies with clouds and frost turning the town into a place where children go missing and adults lose the

  6. says:

    Real Rating 45 of fivePersephone's tale only Hades is a depressed man called either Thaddeus or February depending on where you are in the book; Persephone is either Bianca or the girl who smells of honey and smoke depending on where you are in the bookIt might not be original but it's pretty

  7. says:

    A delicious frosty treat of a book Death to February

  8. says:

    Whimsical and weird this fairy tale about a town under perpetual attack by the month of February was the kind of read that you breeze through though the flavors linger after the last page These are my favorite types of books one’s that write their own rules almost effortlessly and then pay it all off by the en

  9. says:

    I read this book it took about an hour I think that the book really could have used a couple fonts and some funny sizing of text but I accept that an author has to be careful that they haven't gone overboard I do have to say I always appreciate an author who knows that it is unnecessary to use the entire page I feel so ac

  10. says:

    Sort of like a surreal textual reinterpretation of the classic 1970s stop action Xmas kids special The Year Without A Santa Claus featuring Snow Miser and Heat Miser formally arranged a la As I Lay Dying? Easy reading spare seemed sometimes like notes for what could be an awesome graphic novel Most of the time I felt confounded not engaged by the characters probably because there's not much characterization for a whil

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