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Reviews: Thank Your Lucky Stars by Sherrie Flick

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Reviews: Thank Your Lucky Stars by Sherrie Flick

Easty Lambert-Brown

"In Thank Your Lucky Stars, Flick has arranged 50 stories of varying length—the shortest a paragraph, the longest 21 pages—into four numbered sections. The settings are often suburban towns in the West or Midwest, and Flick uses crickets, birdbaths with calm water, and deer heads as recurrent images throughout to underscore the agonizing quiet of such towns. Most of the stories are about love, but more specifically, finding someone to make a home with. Domestic spaces are the stage, and everyday objects, like two tin coffee cups, resonate with meaning." http://www.smokelong.com/book-review-thank-your-lucky-stars-by-sherrie-flick/—Cheryl Pappas, SmokeLong Quarterly

"These stories target a range of ages with something in each that many people have faced at one point or another. There’s a little something unexpected in each of Flick’s stories that remind us to 'Thank [Our] Lucky Stars' for the good present in any situation." https://medium.com/anomalyblog/sherrie-flicks-thank-your-lucky-stars-for-more-hope-d93f97747f8a—Cheyenne Heckermann, Anomaly

"Many of the stories are character-driven instead of action-driven. These aren’t stories about world-changing events, but more about individual people coming to a self-realization. The interesting concept with these stories is that these acts of self-reflection feel just as important as the high-tension dramatic events seen in other popular novels and movies." https://medium.com/the-coil/book-review-sherrie-flick-thank-your-lucky-stars-sean-faulk-61037c693888—Sean Faulk, The Coil