Tedeskimma by 100 Lick (Book Review #722)


Tedeskimma is a dystopian fiction novel written about eleven characters that are all connected for a single purpose. A Skimma passes on from one character to another, and as they receive it, the story of that particular character is revealed.

I particularly enjoyed the girl who got the Skimma for her birthday and grew up with it. The characters each to their own possessed fortunate of unfortunate fates, and I believe that’s what made the stories intriguing to read.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The literature was easy to read and to follow, and the pace was steady. The book was divided into 11 sections and ended with a parting note. I enjoyed that little addition and found it novel. It was evident that the author cared about relating the stories together, and although it appeared to be like a gathering of stories, he still managed to bond them.

Fictions are supposed to take you on an adventure.

Fictions are supposed to take you on an adventure, make you forget about your current situation, dwell you into its dreams, and I believe this book did just that. I look forward to reading more from this author and appreciated its unique approach.

Written by Jeyran Main

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