Category: Short Book

We All Die in the End by Elizabeth Merry (Book Review #873)

We all die in the end is a collection of interlinked stories that are placed in a small seaside town in Ireland called Co Down. Aside from the beautiful cover design, the book consists of diverse and colorful characters. Alongside humor, you also get… Continue Reading “We All Die in the End by Elizabeth Merry (Book Review #873)”

The Fairy Tales Grown Up by Konstantina Kalliontzi (Book Review #869)

The fairy tales grown up is a collection of fictional stories. The tales are based on the fairy tales we were used to reading when we were kids. The author does change a few things around but keeps the fantasy nature of the content,… Continue Reading “The Fairy Tales Grown Up by Konstantina Kalliontzi (Book Review #869)”

A Boy in a Park: Tales of Wonder and Despair by Richard Parkin (Book Review #731)

A boy in a park is a collection of fantasy stories. The protagonist is always a boy who is in a park; however, the stories vary based on the outcome of various scenes created by the author.

Were We Awake: Stories by Lorna Brown (Book Review#725)

Were we awake is a collection of short stories written in a very genuine way. Each tale is theatrical and has a substantially fulfilling tale. Some take you back in history or are geographically intertwined, and some are more mysterious and dramatic with its… Continue Reading “Were We Awake: Stories by Lorna Brown (Book Review#725)”

We of the Forsaken World Kiran Bhat (Book Review #721)

We of the forsaken world is a fictional book written with four characters as protagonists. Each character has a story of its own with no relevance to the other and as disjointed as this may sound the book takes you on a journey around… Continue Reading “We of the Forsaken World Kiran Bhat (Book Review #721)”

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… Continue Reading “Letters from a Nameless Village by Muhn Sihn (Book Review #713)”

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.

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.

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown   Treading the uneven road is a short collection storybook that is all set in a small village in the early 1980s and ’90s. Each story is filled with passion and interesting characters. It focuses on Ireland… Continue Reading “Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)”