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Summary

With James Agee, Jr.'s second work of fiction, Mask City, he presents a world where two siblings, Thomas and Lacy Farthur, are thrust out of their seemingly harmless world into a society they formerly didn't know existed: an underground domain where the common adage "A person is not a person without a mask" is exploited in the most dreadful manner.

Thomas and Lacy, through a series of dramatic and horrendous undertakings, eventually find themselves challenging the system that took everything away from them. This work is an exploration of friendship, trust, redemption, and discovering purpose.

©2016 James Agee, Jr. (P)2021 James Agee, Jr.

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  • Jamie B
  • 16-08-21

Reminds me of The Giver

This is a short story/ novella, not a full length book- which I knew before listening, and still quite enjoyed. The story itself is unique and yet reminded me much of the same vibes as The Giver. The story could have gone into much more detail, but the simplicity also allowed your mind to envision the scenes as narrated.