I have a terrific Imaginary Boyfriend. When he figures out how to make himself real, I will runaway with him to faraway places.
If I were blasted like that I could not type, I might have an argument with my Imaginary Boyfriend, AND I would surely have puked at least three times.
The entire book is my favorite part. I was so clueless from the beginning onward about what was going on. I was thinking they were just a bunch of orphans suddenly without even a school to return to for homecomings and such. And when they were graduated and all living in that farmhouse...cold...and the handyman wouldn't leave them any coal...it hit me right then...hard. Before I even knew what was going on. When I found out what was going on, I started bawling. I cried from that point on. It's an intense story, that's for sure. Written with such subtlety that the reader gets thrown off kilter...forcibly... when truth hits HARD.
I've read other stories referencing cloning, but this one is the best of them all.
I'm glad you liked it. I've suggested to others to read it, but you're the first I know who did.
to see I didn't overstep by saying what I said to you on the topic. Even though we were both thinking on the same lines of things, you just never know how someone will take/ interpret things...especially when your talking about religion. You seem like a kind a friendly person..so I took my chances! Take care Frosted Wheats, have a beautiful weekend, :) Shawn
Hey, just wanted to tell you I agree with your ending comment. We as humans can't pass that judgement upon anyone. Only Christ himself can. You are right though, lots of surprises are in store... im sure of that!
Take Care, Shawn