|Reviews for Confessions|
| LuciusBelyakov 10/6/11 . chapter 1
It feels like something the character could have experienced, this is his basic voice, and though I would have enjoyed reading more, I think the fact that its short is effective and true to his characters, as he has a... I won't exactly call it wisdom, perhaps "world-weariness" about him, its logical that he could reflect on his life, but he's unlikely to reflect for long- thats kind of the way he is when he tells Virginia about his life, he's a direct and matter-of-fact person, there's no reasoning with him.
I think the details of his son's death are nice, his wife hysterical over the body, I never thought about if he was married before or not, and how that part of his life may have been destroyed too.