“Auralia’s Colors”: the Image journal review
October 2, 2007
The telling of this tale mimics Auralia’s delight in beauty: Overstreet’s sentences are such skillful romps through language that the prose itself seems imbued with color, best when savored slowly. Scenes are woven together like a magnificent and colorful garment. And Overstreet has created touching and complicated characters who refuse to be written off.