Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel by Rob Roy O’Keefe (Book Review #1376)


‘Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel’ is a political fiction and is about Duncan Small, an engineer, and Maya small, a science writer. They are constantly on the move, but Maya has had enough. They think everything is going to be easy, and finally, they have found their home; however, once they meet the Town Administrator, things begin to change.

While you begin to enjoy the town politics, you also notice all the quirky, weird town characters and how Duncan’s order and organized personality mesh well with the dynamic of the tale. The story is written well and is very enjoyable to read.

The foundation and the backstory were so well put together that you could easily make a sequel out of the book. I recommend this book to fiction readers who like the added drama.

Written by Jeyran Main

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