Reading the story was like taking a bite of a sandwich---tasty and interesting. I'd like to have the rest of the sandwich, please! It stood on its own, but did feel like the beginning of a delicious book, too. I would like to know what happens next to these characters.
Such fresh sensory images of the Misses Moses and their household, evoked through the sensibility of the narrator. I thought I'd hear more of what brought the narrator to the Misses Moses, but by the powerful final note I had come to trust the minimal allusions. A humane, mysterious story.
I was with the characters all the way. A haunting story that I won't forget.