Review of: Play It Where It Lays 

reviewed by Suesea on 10/07/2010
Credited Review
Twisted and Funny Credited Review
You accomplished what you intended. I finished this story with a chuckle and a smile. It's definitely well written and an entertaining piece.

The concept works well in this format, but I can also picture it as a screenplay. It seems a perfect beginning to a twisted comedy.

There's not much description of the two characters. I thought adding some physical description would be helpful. I chose to see them in their best golf attire which added to the humor of the moment.

The structure is good, but giving a little more background will build attachment to the characters and get the reader more engaged. That way we care more about what happens.

All in all, I liked this. I think you have a talent for building suspense. Good job.


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