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The Joys of Spring Author: Rubberwolf
(Added on Feb 28, 2009) (This month 11442 readers) (Total 18795 readers)
Bad things happen in rural Wales

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Reviewer: JimmyJump (Edit) Rating: Oct 11, 2010
Spent some time in Wales, in 1980 or '81. Cwmbran. A village called Croesyceiliog. Mining town surrounded by overgrown terrils of coal residue. Had its charms and some rather nice views.
Spent a lot of time in Newport and even went to Pontypool with the girl I was visiting, to register her car and get her driver's licence.
Anyway, "The Joys Of Spring" was a great read and one of the few snuff stories I really enjoyed...
JJ (9/10)
Replied by: Rubberwolf (Edit) (Oct 14, 2010)
Thanks for the review JImmy. I too have spent a bit of time is Wales. Glad you enjoyed it.

Reviewer: a.broadsword (Edit) Rating: Mar 1, 2009
A great story and I am sure that readers unfamilliar with the ways of the Welsh will find it exciting.
For myself it is just an average tale of Welsh traditions, as practiced beyond the M4, but you miss out the Male Voice choir singing flat and tunelessly and the rain falling continuously, dripping, drizzling, and the rust streaks from the iron work which spoils the Welshness,and makes it a 9 not 10 for me.
Great ending, but there is scope for sequels, even prequels (9/10)
Replied by: Rubberwolf (Edit) (Mar 14, 2009)
Your right about me holding back on the Welshness. I could have painted a bleak picture of dull cottages with dark stone walls, dark slate grey roofs, with the last attempt to brighten the building up with yellow or orange paint being 10 years ago, so that the buildings give off a dark, brooding appearance. Combine this with the continuously dark and broody (Rain from the West, with occasional dry patches later) skies. Bloody big hill, decorated with grey boulders and sheep etc. That might have been too Welsh for most readers, who would have slit their wrist amongst the overal gloominess of the story. So I decided to keep it light and airy (Comparitively) in order to maintain reader life expectancy. :)

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