Whether it be an adventure or the horrors of genocide, readers complete the story - Mari Serebrov
Like a river or life itself, a good story flows naturally, its current carrying readers to forgotten lands, times past, or places unimagined. Just as no two people see the exact same rainbow, no two people will experience a book in quite the same way. Thus, a reader completes the story the author began – be it a fantasy or the story of a genocide.