Letters from a Nameless Village by Muhn Sihn (Book Review #713)


Letters from a nameless village is a short book written about a man who writes letters from there to a friend about his experience. The village people live in a straightforward manner, and as the protagonist explains his days in the first-person narrative, he takes the reader with him on this journey of penmanship.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Although the book is short, it contains philosophical and in-depth thinking about the world and what is around us. Its short-read literature takes not long to finish but leaves thoughts in your mind afterward.

The literature questions your own existential dilemma, and above all, it is written in the classic style. The reader may sometimes feel lost or not understand what is going on. Everything about the story is short and sweet.

I particularly enjoyed the deep thoughts and the way the book was like a diary of letters. The cover is amazingly attractive and really complements the content.

I would recommend it to people who like a fast read and like such musings.

Written by Jeyran Main

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