Duncan, Hal -- Ink

Followup to the deeply confusing, vivid, and authorially gymnastic Vellum, about which I was ambivalent. I'm afraid I fell off the wrong side of ambivalent with this one. Duncan is juggling a whole nest of analogous characters in different settings, trying to spread a gestalt story across their fragments, but I couldn't get a hold on it. So I read a bunch of fragments about characters with similar names. Some of them were really well-written fragments; I hope Duncan writes a novel next.

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