But the bottom line is that it’s also just a bunch of good stories told by a very unique talent. If Tim Lane was just an author, he’d have a very compelling voice that would be worth paying attention to, but the fact that he works in pictures as well as words makes it that much sweeter. Each and every story contained between these covers is a good one, but having finished it, I find my mind reeling with a variety of pictures and mood, even two days after the fact. Like the myths that it is inspired by, Abandoned Cars lingers long after reading and grows in stature as you re-live and re-tell it. Read Full Review
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