I think for me, I like to take what I think about it. It's like art. I don't want the artist to explain it to me. Once he puts it on the canvas and displays it, it's not his anymore.
I had several people ask me questions about my posts too, like who the tick is about, or was this a true story, and especially about the dark ones. But I'm of the school of not letting the cat our of the bag.
Thank you for the offer, but I prefer my own interpretation and mystery --Maybe it's from my many years of teaching literature.
I agree with you. I left the identitiy of the twins secret until the end. I wanted people to discover the story for themselves, come up with their own motivations for why the character behaved a certain way.
Thanks for the advice. I really did want to make sure everyone was clear. The quick-click suggestion was perfect.
Hey Norman, sorry I didn't follow this series..I've been down a computer and a right hand.
I like the suspense in this story and the twists and turns, but for me the lack of names early on just scrambled my brain. So Donnie took the fall for David. and yes, I got that in part 3 the speaker was the one who wasn't in jail, I just couldn't seperate the two until the 3rd or 4th? installment.
It was a great story, it's not your fault I can't do mind scrambles.
with any luck I will have a faster computer this week and be able to keep up on everybody!