Flush Me Freddy is a short story about a girl and small moments in her past that left a big impression of her life today. Ambrosini blends in childhood memories to the present reality seamlessly and the reader is left with nostalgia of their own past, and memories that begin resurface.
Ambrosini writing style is like no other, where she captivates you directly from the first paragraph, the uniqueness of the her writing gave the edge that was the core of Flush Me Freddy.
While we may not have control over how drastically different our tomorrows can be, we do make the decisions and the choices today, with little regard of how it can affect our tomorrows. This story reminded me how each little moment of our life matters.
I do recommend reading Flush Me Freddy, and will be looking forward to Ambrosini’s future works.