Vasa and Ypres by J. B. Chisholm (Book Review #366)

Vasa and Ypres is a humorous fiction book about Vanessa and Ella. They bump into each other, and when Ella lets Vanessa know about her conundrum, Vanessa agrees to assist Ypres. Vanessa and Ypres then navigate through London in a very humorous way.

What I believe would have worked better was if the story was written in the third person narrative. It is instead written through Vasa which for a short book, made things complicated because the humor and dialogue were between Vasa and Ypres.

If you are from England and are familiar with the slang, you can easily blend into the content and enjoy the witty literature. This is a short book, and so it was a fast and enjoyable read. The work focuses on social observation, and the character personality was created in a unique way.

There isn’t much of a world setting, but the dialogue and observations covered up for it. The character development, I believe, was the strong aspect of the storyline.

If you are looking for a fast and fun read, then this book is the right one for you.

Written by Jeyran Main

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