"Killian left the blanket on Gage--didn't want it--and left Gage where he lay on a rise above a little creekbed somewhere in eastern Ohio."
The Widow's Breakfast by Joe Hill opening sentence
Anyone else have trouble reading that sentence? By the end of this weekend I hope to have posted my glowing review of 20th Century Ghost by Joe Hill (it exceeds awesome), and in three-hundred plus pages of fiction this was my only gripe. I think I read it about six-eight times before it clicked.
Perhaps it's just me.