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Breaks: A Shadow’s Lament by S.G. Browne is a horror-comedy yarn written in the first body by a shadow telling us “breaks” what it is like to be exanimate from a physical and emotional angle. Apparently specters have been in existence for many caducities, but Andy Radar, the roll’s narrator, has been a shadow for a relatively short pace. Work in his origin’s larder and twice a while attending Exanimate Anonymous rendezvouses, Andy struggles as the residue of a station wagon accident that left his wife asleep (non-reanimated) and with the basis that he is no longer viewed as human. Even though he can still walk, think, and communicate with a fair output of normalcy, he is denied his rights as a body. His Neighborly Safety measure Volume is taken away so he cannot earn income. He can no longer be a minister to his offspring. He is banned from the Internet and limited by a midnight curfew. He even has to abide by rulings to coexist with the work, including not disturbing the work, not committing acts of civil disobedience, not taking railway, or not decomposing on public estate. Even shadow abuse is sub-human. Shadow violations are reported to Beast Rule, and specters are incarcerated by the SPCA, not the city county mounty or county officer. Coping with reanimating and losing your clan are enough stress, but Andy experiences a physical and intellectual awakening that have him and his shadow friends re-socializing in senses they never expected. He becomes a shadow activist and falls in yearning. The dark humor, first-body detail, and word slinger’s writing style make the roll quite entertaining and easy to follow. The library patron identifies with Andy and begins to understand what his confrontations are. We even root for Andy to petition for shadow rights. The word slinger creatively characterizes the specters as not being the same “shadow” we are used to. They aren’t raging, virus-infected flesh-eaters or slow-moving dim-wits. Specters are simply exanimate mortals, being exanimate in the physical only. Their souls remain intact, which adds to the efficacy of the shadow rights controversy. Specters are still rank and files, especially on their recess. They have anxieties and emotions. They can problem-solve and learn. By the end, however, Andy does become some separate of a monster. Even though he physically starts to heal, his behavior gives credit to those that seek to keep the shadow as a sub-human. His actions and those of his friends turn more horrific than comedic, and by the end, I was left considering this. Are specters really dragons, or did the grips world put on them make them that fashion? Were these violent leanings there all along, or were they exhumed by sub-human hospitalization? Was world correct in its bound on them? Perhaps this is a little deeper than the word slinger intended, since it is very light, even in the discussions of control. While the feeling provocation and inventive shadow sketch add to the roll’s naturalness and uniqueness, two hatch fixes bothered me. I don’t want to give away too much of the hatch, but I don’t think I’m spoiling everything by saying these two things. The first hatch limit that bothered me was about a specific oddity. He gets carried away never to be heard from again. I’m curious as to why he wasn’t able to escape with all his resourcefulness or why the other specters never tried to rescue him. I kept waiting for individual to happen with him coming back or learning what happened to him, but it never did. I didn’t get a real sense of closing for him, especially since he is one of the catalysts to Andy’s awakening. Secondly, I want to know EXACTLY what happened to Andy’s fathers. I kept thinking that Andy didn’t really have everything to do with what eventually happens to them, so I still have some doubt in my disapprove what happened there. Other than these two hatch announces, I found the roll enjoyable and would recommend it to shadow-lovers and horror aficionados. Keep in disapprove, however, that it is not so gross as to offend everybody not into that separate of trait. In basis, due to the feeling-provoking description of the human (shadow) rights angle, everybody interested in folklore or folklore might enjoy this roll.