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I found the story powder very intriguing The author kept you enchanted with the character of his father yet disenchanted with his own character The authors fatherwas a cool impractical father he drove a sports car took risks such as driven through unplowed snow covered roads and went down hill sking for fun Unlike my father who drives a compact car doesent like drving at night let alone in snow and goes antique shopping for fun Yet the author lives a very practical life with his clothes carefullyhung on numbered racks so the would be properally rotated So I was intrigued by the father and life that he lived on the edge but not the son and his sheltered life Even though i didnt like the authors charcter as a person in the storyI did however like his use of the first person because it kept you intouch withThe story A P however did not captivate me The hero in the story Sammywas no hero in my book only a pathetic fool who lived in an uneventfull town that was resistant to change When Sammy was working in the local grocery store he noticed a beautiful girl walk in with 2 of her friends Although she only walked into the grocery store to buy one small item for her mother Sammy took as if she was walking right into his life She was much more than just another pretty face to Sammy to him she was a godess Since Sammy never knew her name he refered to her as Queenie because she was of royal status to him He held her high above himself and everyone he knew he even imagined her family to be of a higher class of people from a 49 cent snack she was purchasing When his boss confronted Queenie of her atire the matter was resolvedquickly between her and the boss but not to Sammy he felt that she
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