Posted 454 days ago
Hmmm. I am very curious what the editors saw in the story. Ridgway is clearly a very good writer. He writes in clear, captivating prose that captures the ramblings of the mind. But that's kind of where the postives end to this story, at least for me.
It seems like Ridgway heard a party going on next to him one night and thought of this bizarre story. It's a funny concept, but not really funny enough to be funny, if that makes sense. The idea of breaking through the wall to get closer to the party and then making a hole is comical, but there were a lot of pages to get to that point.
Maybe I'm overly critical here and other people really appreciated it. Curious to here what others thought.