Time Flies by Christopher Smith is a tale about a ruthless win at all costs individual, who ultimately gets his comeuppance.
The story is well written, and the structure of the story runs smoothly, although it was slightly overlong for me. My interest did start to wane a little, but this is mostly due to the fact that the core idea behind the story has been done before. The story reminded me of some of the horror shorts that used to find themselves on TV. However, this is a competent story from beginning to end.
I did like the ending. At the conclusion there’s normally a supernatural spooky explanation for the events, or the events are explained with rational reasoning. The ending of this story uses both methods, which was good. There’s also good use of irony at the end. I didn’t love this story, but I didn’t hate it either. I hope it does well.
Review of: Time Flies
reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 10/27/2008
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