Maps of bliss and rage by Mario Dhingsa (Book Review #683)

Maps of bliss and range by Mario Dhingsa

 

Maps of bliss and range is a collection of 8 stories written about all over the world. The stories are a mixture of various topics such as revenge, politics, religion, and even fairytale style notions.

Each work had its own plot, twist, pace and was enjoyable to read. The stories are all written by one author, and I believe it was written with the goal to satisfy the reader at the end of each chapter.

 

I found the literature to be descriptive and even though the stories were short, the author did not shy away from filling it with relevant content. I particularly enjoyed the fact that the stories were based on their geographical existence. However, this fact did not affect the surrounding details of the stories.

 

I would recommend this book to people who like to read short and sweet stories. The author has potential in writing well-structured stories, and I look forward to reading more from him.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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