An interesting collection of short stories, The Song Between Her Legs is like the ramblings of a creative genius with ADHD and no filter. It’s truly an ongoing train of thought about the realities of life and experiences. Manion is refreshing, honest, making you snort-giggle here and raise your eyebrows there. He is unapologetic about the human experience and as the sixth published collection, if you’ve enjoyed his past work, you’re sure to love his latest.
I have very mixed feelings about The Song Between Her Legs. I love the bluntness and the fact that the writing gives you the impression that Manion just writes whatever pops into his head. Honestly though, I eventually got a bit exhausted trying to keep up. It just runs on and on and on even though each story is actually