Thursday, September 24, 2015

The Two Weddings of Bronwyn Hyatt, by Alex Bledsoe, May 6, 2015;  7,316 words
Rating: 3, Good, ordinary, story

Bronwyn is a Tufa, the Appalachian equivalent of the "fair folk" She's marrying a country preacher, and for some reason the local equivalent of the "little folk" are interested in it.

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Pro: A fun read, well-written for the most part, with plenty of dramatic tension and a satisfying ending. Although it's part of a set of related stories, it stands on its own.

Con: Bronwyn's victory is too easy, and the little people's problem remains unresolved.

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