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About the StoryIt's an experience I had the other day. Bees, winter, brevity.
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The focus is on honey, describing it in rich detail, from both scientific and aesthetic viewpoints.
A fun game, especially for foodies. Had one use of yellow font that seemed ill-advised, but only at one point.
You can shake berries from the mulberry tree onto a tatty fitted sheet, March 5, 2017
The hyperlinked words often have little connection with what comes next. Moving to a new page shows the previous paragraphs with the new paragraph added: not my favourite format, but that is a taste thing, and it prevents you from losing track of the narrative. While I'm on the subject of technical details, the use of yellow text for some words is a bit of a pain, since it's almost necessary to highlight it. However, it's rare enough not to be a big issue.
Fine slice of life with an elegiac edge. Read if you want to savour some exact prose, or enjoy honey.
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