Oh, seldom seen and never heard
was Quentin Fenton Herter Third.
BUT . . .
Quentin Fenton had a Shadow:
never good and always bad! Oh,
he was bad as bad can be,
was Quentin Fenton Herter Three.
I just love a book that dares to be different, not just for the sake of difference itself (which can backfire when it comes to story quality), but rather for the sake of presenting a seldom-heard point of view, particularly when that premise is obviously the result of genuine thoughtfulness. Read the rest of this entry »