Unicorn

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Unicorn ➹ [Read] ➵ Unicorn By Justin David ➼ – Polishdarling.co.uk A short story by Justin David Jamie likes knitting and gender bending it s the s, the West Midlands, he s on the cusp of adolescence and he cannot understand the gulf between the lives of the pop star A short story by Justin David Jamie likes knitting and gender bending it s the s, the West Midlands, he s on the cusp of adolescence and he cannot understand the gulf between the lives of the pop stars in his scrapbook and his own humdrum existence He s always sought the approval of the grown ups around him but now he s starting to question them Why is Uncle Freddy so mean And what is Grandad s problem A story for anyone who s ever felt different.


10 thoughts on “Unicorn

  1. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

    I don t know, this really didn t do anything for me I found it to be boring and a bit confusing as it was written I really didn t enjoy it shrugs


  2. Deeze Deeze says:

    This was rather a sad look at what life could be like back in the 80 s.Being a Britt I could easily get into this story, and my heart was pulled at the end But so typical I think of a Grandfather back then.My main complaint was not knowing the age of Jamie At times he seemed in early teens and at otherslike 7 or 8 Would love to see this rounded out into a full novel.


  3. Senta Holland Senta Holland says:

    When you grow up, the world shifts around you every day You encounter things you like, but you don t yet quite know why You encounter people who like the same things, or hate them, like you and hate you for them This story invites the reader inside the child s experience It explains nothing That s what I like best about it.The author comments that this story is for everyone who s ever felt different What struck me was that this could apply to every single character in the story, not just When you grow up, the world shifts around you every day You encounter things you like, but you don t yet quite know why You encounter people who like the same things, or hate them, like you and hate you for them This story invites the reader inside the child s experience It explains nothing That s what I like best about it.The author comments that this story is for everyone who s ever felt different What struck me was that this could apply to every single character in the story, not just to the main andobvious point of view Nobody has a secure hold on life in this world, everything is fleeting and fragile I like this story a lot


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10 thoughts on “Unicorn

  1. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

    I don t know, this really didn t do anything for me I found it to be boring and a bit confusing as it was written I really didn t enjoy it shrugs


  2. Deeze Deeze says:

    This was rather a sad look at what life could be like back in the 80 s.Being a Britt I could easily get into this story, and my heart was pulled at the end But so typical I think of a Grandfather back then.My main complaint was not knowing the age of Jamie At times he seemed in early teens and at otherslike 7 or 8 Would love to see this rounded out into a full novel.


  3. Senta Holland Senta Holland says:

    When you grow up, the world shifts around you every day You encounter things you like, but you don t yet quite know why You encounter people who like the same things, or hate them, like you and hate you for them This story invites the reader inside the child s experience It explains nothing That s what I like best about it.The author comments that this story is for everyone who s ever felt different What struck me was that this could apply to every single character in the story, not just When you grow up, the world shifts around you every day You encounter things you like, but you don t yet quite know why You encounter people who like the same things, or hate them, like you and hate you for them This story invites the reader inside the child s experience It explains nothing That s what I like best about it.The author comments that this story is for everyone who s ever felt different What struck me was that this could apply to every single character in the story, not just to the main andobvious point of view Nobody has a secure hold on life in this world, everything is fleeting and fragile I like this story a lot


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