Somewhere, no more than a pen stroke away, his past may be waiting ... in Finisterre.
This is a short story.
This story is not suitable for children.
"Patrick Samphire's 'Finisterre' is
one of the finer examples of how to turn a conceit into a story: what if
something lost still exists, somewhere else?"
- Alan Lattimore, Tangent Online.
"...the style is strong. Samphire builds his intriguing premise without a hitch, easing into it, and coming full circle to a very satisfying conclusion. The only serious complaint I have is that Finisterre is too good an idea to leave off with this one story."
"An intriguing tale."
- David Schwartz.