Review: Blind Date


BlindDate

3 stars

Read on November 21, 2014

Synopsis: A visually impaired woman has to decide whether to trust her date when he asks an important question.

Bookish Things: 9 pages. This story possesses a simplistic cover, I still quite like it though.

Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $0.87

My Review: 

Blind date is a newer short story by Tony. It’s very sensory, often painting the picture of the scene with the sense of smell or sound.
For such a short story it covers a wide range of themes. Dating can be daunting for anyone, but for a vision impaired young woman, it would take more courage than most.

To me, some of the writing, particularly early on, felt disjointed and choppy. Very unlike Tony’s usual work.

I really like the idea, but this one doesn’t feel as polished as Tony’s normal work.

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