Told in a series of first-person narratives from people who knew Tommy and third-person chapters about people who find the things Tommy left behind—his red motorbike, his driving goggles, pages from his notebook—Particles explores themes of loneliness, connectedness, and the role we play in creating our own realities.
received her MFA in writing for children and young adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is the author of the award-winning picture book Snuggle Mountain (Clarion, 2003). A playwright, Lindsey lives in Austin, Texas, with her family.
Lane does a very good job of describing the environment rather than just telling us. And I thoroughly enjoyed the characters. The only thing I didn't like was the multiple POV's that the story was told through. It was in first person some of the times and then the other times it was told in third person. This made the story very hard to follow at some points.
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