Groundhog Days by George T Philibin


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Post June 27, 2015, 04:03:51 PM

Groundhog Days by George T Philibin

I thought this story was a delightful change of pace, which is why I chose it. It immediately reminded me of Animal Farm, without the overtones of class clash.
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Post July 01, 2015, 10:16:26 PM

Re: Groundhog Days by George T Philibin

kailhofer wrote:I thought this story was a delightful change of pace, which is why I chose it. It immediately reminded me of Animal Farm, without the overtones of class clash.


Yep, a pretty good first impression for me too!

It also has a pleasant ending. It's a nice spin on the "find yourself" genre. Stuff certainly gets rough at the circus! But Feasters managed to stay out of trouble ; it's a message that sometimes "simple goodness" can keep at least one round of bad stuff away from you!

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