‘Night Blindness’ Encourages Readers To Reconcile Their Past [REVIEW]

Almost was a sunset kiss shot

Couple by the water at sunset (Photo by David Spencer, Flickr)

Many of us have memories of our youth that we would like to forget. Sometimes, however, time refuses to keep those thoughts silent and starts to prick our conscience with increasing regularity. As Jensen Reilly discovers in Susan Strecker’s debut novel, Night Blindness, in some cases those frequent reminders can become both overwhelming and debilitating. Read more of this post