Review from OnlineBookClub.org
The “Illustrated Short Fiction of William H Coles” by William H Coles paints a vivid picture of various characters’ emotional struggles: Love, anger, hate fear, worry, joy, sorrow, and so forth. It’s a collection of thirty-three short stories, two graphic novels and a novella─ each one presents a unique character in a particular social setting trying so hard to overcome a life challenge.
Coles managed to develop strong characters like Catherine, John Hampton and many others. The main plots and sub-plots are also work of a skillful writer. Of course, his descriptive language is very good, and both description of scenes and characters are excellent. Since a story is told in an imagery a writer creates in the readers’ mind, then Coles really managed to tell all the stories.
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