Academic Displacement by Michael Shotter (Book Review #675)

Academic Displacement is a novelette written about Roy Carter whose life utterly changes from being perfect to less than idyllic without really changing much about it.

Roy’s character is strong yet vulnerable at times, and his way of dealing with problems is likeable. The work is short and sweet. This is the second book I read from the author and I expected the same quality of literature and style of writing.

 

What felt different this time was the precision and tactfulness of the author. He was able to execute the storyline very skillfully and keep me intrigued right up to the end.

 

I usually feel that short stories are not able to be adequately descriptive or contain a fulfilled foundation. However, this story managed to cover it all.

 

I look forward to reading more from this author.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

 

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