C.C. Summerwit says...

I'm writing a similar way in one of my stories, each chapter is told by a different character, so I may be a little bias to the concept, but high-five, I love it! You get to see the world this writer created in many different lights. Many sentences say so much in just a few words, I hope the author keeps that up.
C.C. Summerwit

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