I’ve been indulging in a little bit of reading today. I really liked this “Good to Hear You.”
One of the things that I thought was really interesting about it was the speaker’s voice and the main character. The speaker is the child of the main character, and it’s odd to hear someone describing someone’s actions as “My Father did this” or “My Father did that.” This particular device really pays off at the end of the story.
I also like the idea of people staring through their corporate buildings at the main character, an artist, as he works on a painting and gets mistaken for a terrorist.