Alexand booked four rooms, and told the bar keeper to expect Heyem, Farokh and Jarad later on that evening. She headed up to her room, glad that finally she had some time alone to see the damage inflicted by the illness, and months of travelling.
The writer gives life to a story, the reader keeps it alive.
15 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 200: Alexand Merek Part 8”
especially compelling !
Thanks, Bill! 🙂
As always, you paint a very real picture with your words. There must be retribution for what the Amanojuko have done.
xxx Hugs xxx
Hi David, thank you, yes you’re right…
Wonderful character development. Accurate description of how illness can ravage a body and mind. Beautiful illustrations. Thanks.
Hi, Lee, I’m glad it worked out that way, I’m always very conscious of how scenes like this can translate to the reader, thank you 🙂 Best wishes.
…beautifully your drawings.
Your text I can not read, unfortunately, my English is not so good.
Love greeting from Austria … Lis
Thank you! 🙂
Very well portrayed, both mind and body 🙂
Really moving, Cheryl. Wonderful in text and image. And especially brilliant that it ends with Alex waiting for Heyem (who will no doubt ruin the mood, ha ha).
Thanks, Richard, I love the fact that you’re imagining what will happen afterwards, and you’re right about Heyem!
Is there more! Wonderful read and especially as it’s set in Tibet- which is on my list of places to go before I die!!
Hi, yes it’s an on going series, although they’re moving to China quite soon 🙂