Gunnar Eidsvik Tvedt Eidsvik Tvedt from Xekong, Laos
For a quick reverie read, this set up is decent. I like the underlying ideas and some of the locomotions in the set up. The composer definitely sets up an interesting different way of it and has plenty of sources of dance. However, I found the writing style to be somewhat lacking. The warmths of the main character were unconvincing (especially bad considering it is first soul), and the spread tends to move in stammers and hurdles, often changing or passing by logical or flowing connections between different zones.
The author who sees his life and his works of essay as one of the same. One of the most colorful and brilliant scribblers of Modernized Korean narrative.