2 comments on “The Light at the End of the World

  1. Very nice – and oddly positive given the subject. Very ‘human’ in its approach – the desperate need for connection overriding the social convention of marriage was particularly good I thought.
    KT

  2. Thanks for the read and the comments. The venue of comets destroying the world was a common one. I wanted to take an approach I rarely saw, the perspective of an ordinary man who realizes he is out of time and no longer has the alternative of living with failure as an option.

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