Merk's Review: Buried In Shoes

The review is below.

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Hmmm. Others were more affected by it than me. My first reaction was that it seemed like a less effective The Baron. The question at the end didn’t seem as meaningful (and probably a little too ambiguous), but this may just have been my misinterpreting it. Emily Short’s review seems to peg the point pretty well.

I wasn’t really affected at all (I hope I am not accused of lacking a soul or anything). I saw a pretty firm split between “I didn’t get it” and “I cried my eyes out.” It has some nice imagery, for sure, but it never tried to come together for me.

I should have checked ‘About’ first. It might have worked more then.