The Blink That Killed The Eye
The Blink That Killed The Eye is a beautifully written collection of short stories exploring the lives of people who, whether through status, wealth, gender or age, are rendered invisible by society. All the stories in some form deal with conflict, be it internal or external, and show the characters’ struggle to regain some kind of control or understanding over their lives.
The stories work both individually and chronologically, with each linked together through the lives of the characters.
The collection explores themes of invisibility, domestic violence, regret, narrow-mindedness, loneliness, depression, alienation, abuse, dreams and loss.