Crawling Things

“Softly and Tenderly” by Lisa Binion, 2018 The story begins as a child's tale of horror. As the heroine, Lori, grows up, the nightmare only continues. When her mother dies, Lori has visions of death and blood, with creepy beetles crawling all over everything and everyone. The language of the book is plain and simple, befitting a child as the narrator. Years later, Lori becomes more mature and worldly... but the visions reoccur as death strikes again. There is perhaps some unintentional humor in having a piano teacher named Mrs. Minuet. If it is intentional, it's out of place. Equally out of place is laughter at a funeral. But there's a reason for this happening. There's also a degree o

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