Part Two: The Kitchen Table - Andrew Leon
I enjoyed this chapter a lot; by itself, it stood on it's own, but Andrew Leon involves his audience in the tale's construction, with author's notes, which I find very fun to read, and in Part Two, he even includes a prior version of the chapter, told from another character's POV. It's so much fun to read these little installments!

Not much happened in this 'half scene', hence only four stars, but the writing is very crisp, as ever, and the characters are fleshed out well. It is easy to imagine and relate to the them both, and you find yourself sympathizing with both of their problems. I was particularly pleased with the realistic way in which Tib's 'unreal' origins are being introduced, as it feels like both of them are having very genuine reactions.

Off to Part Three!