There is an actual puppy in the center of this picture!
In which your typical suburban family with rural aspirations makes it happen. A warts-and-all description of our go at sustainable living, shepherding, and parenting three young children, all while holding down two full time jobs with long commutes.
Posted by Perri at 1:07 PM
This is a strange mix of ghost story, psychological thriller, social/historical commentary and experiment fiction. Set in Victorian England, it is about a little girl that may or may not be haunted by a lascivious ghost. In each section, the story is retold from a different point of view and the "ghost" changes drastically in the light of each retelling. Angelica is interesting, if overwrought in style (mimics the old-fashioned writing of the era, but not engagingly). I did not give up NPR for this one either, though I did clock quite a few miles with it.