Marion Jepkosgei


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Although these stories can be read as stand-alones, they have one thing in common: they’re all human-centred. They are emotional stories that leave you thinking about other people as well as your personal life. Before every story were illustrations that increased my anticipation for what awaited me in them. One memorable illustrated story was ” Homunculus.” This story features dwarf characters and their pursuit of love. This particular story has graphics at the end of the novel, that show Didi’s frustration. All the stories were punctuated with dialogue which gave them more life. It brought out tones and attitudes of characters, as well as engaged me with them.
Generally, these stories are carefully crafted. They’re exceptionally-thought out and presented with exemplary coherence. The characters are very relatable too. William H Coles is definitely gifted with the art of evoking emotion. I didn’t find any errors while reading. This means that it was professionally edited. I therefore award this collection a perfect score of 4 out of 4 stars. The stories were really interesting and carried moral lessons with them. Read the entire review here…