Review: EYES LIKE WILLY’S by Juanita Havill

Semicolon read and reviewed Eyes Like Willy’s by Juanita Havill for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

Eyes Like Willy’s by Juanita Havill. A French brother and sister, Guy and Sarah Masson, and their Austrian friend Willy are separated by the war. The writing style in this one is the strange part. At least, it read oddly to me. The sentences are short and choppy, Hemingway-esque, with a lack of transitions and analogies that I found disconcerting. At the same time, the sparse prose made me pay attention to each detail, so I can’t say it was ineffective—just odd.

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