Book Of 5

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Book of 5 by Richard T is a collection of five entrancing tales that Richard weaves. Each story, that is The Park, Fractured, You can’t catch me, The Tolands and White cloud is distinct and a breath of fresh air for the readers.

One of the most important points that I observed was that all the stories had a common thing; a gruesome murder. I love the nitty gritty murders. The graphic details and imagery the scenes provide are intriguing and enthralling. But that’s where the common ground between the stories stops. Because we see that each tale has a unique perspective. I liked the alien aspect of The Park, and how an android was set loose. The first story was set in a different dimension, with earth being called The Park, which I thought was unique and imaginative. I read through all the stories and I was left really wanting them to be longer because they were so enthralling. I was left begging for more at the end because what is given feels like there is so much left to explore; the mark of a good story I suppose.

I liked the stories and felt that, with a little editing, these stories can really be incredible. There are some discrepancies that can be cleared up by an editor as well that will make the stories flow better, but otherwise, there is plenty of thought-provoking material here to provide readers with an entertaining night of reading.

Book of 5 is a fascinating collection of short stories that take readers in unexpected directions. A short but compelling collection of creative stories that will surely entertain readers.

Pages: 106

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