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    March 27th, 2008

    The Insecurity of the Wicked

    The Insecurity of the Wicked by Carondelet

    Summary: This argues what manner of life theirs have been: wicked and vile? Honest and just? Wasted, forlorn? With the final judgment, so their paths conclude. There are but fifteen turns to make with each of them, but can the truth be perceived from only one or but from all of their stations? Drabble Collection, 9, 637 Words.

    Why You Should Care: Every time I reread these it amazes me how much thought has gone into them. These are drabbles loosely tied to religion and self-sacrifice and the words are so tightly woven that they draw you straight in to the confused humanity of these character’s minds. I would personally particularly recommend that you read carefully the Peter, Ginny, Voldemort and Andromeda chapters. Beautiful, and truly haunting, this drabbles give you a real insight at times, and a revelation at others.

    Why You Might Not Care: Sometimes too many words don’t say enough here. Also, angst. Serious angst.

    Awards: 2007 Hourglass Awards Best Drabble or Drabble Collections — Third Place

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