In this book is a winding, fog-covered trail leading as far as the eye can see, with each footstep that the reader takes along it revealing more complexity and wonder, so much that it can often help to lift one up from the low clouds of sorrow. But that's just the first story. In it is also the thrill of a race through a canyon, past crimson shadows that wave goodbye, leaving only happiness even as the wind chills you to the bone. In a nutshell, it is the story of how even if you see nothing but a blue sky, there is something one can learn from it. When reading Geodes, Canyons, and Skies, you will see this theme exemplified in its short stories.