Author: Kim Culbertson

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Review: Catch a Falling Star by Kim Culbertson

Posted 24 July, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 1 Comment
Review: Catch a Falling Star by Kim Culbertson

 “There was a reason this particular story kept being retold. We all had our own ghosts who visited us. We all had these reminders, these spirits sent to warn us, guide us, awaken us to things in our lives. Each of us had people who reminded us of our past or pointed out our present, who illuminated our future path in some way. I had them in Chloe and Alien Drake, in my parents, even in my brother. And in Adam. They guided us like night stars, nudging us, reminding us that so much was possible.” “Adam tucked his hands into the pockets of his shorts. ‘I’m not sure we ever truly quit the things we love. We might not be practicing them, but that doesn’t mean we’ve quit them. I think, sometimes, things we love need to go dormant or come out in a different form for a while.’” “Parker positioned himself at a nearby table, a sort of human shield, his phone glued to his ear. The rest of the café had taken to sneaking quick glances at us, pretending to go about their conversations as usual, but clearly texting about us, adding barely sneaked photos of us to their Facebook pages. Adam didn’t seem to notice, though he kept his glasses on. He ate the bagel sandwich with a ferocious intensity, and people watched as if he […]