This is a book of 11 pieces, a mix of short stories and poems. They’re all characteristically of a beautiful language – beautiful in the sense that they all seem a little too… ornate, too flowery. (I suppose it’s the writing style that dominates that part of the world?)
Nevertheless, the themes quite surprised me. I see here breaks in tradition, calls for change, intriguing endings. These are not your usual stories – these are stories that are meant to wake something inside you, making you remember that there’s something quite not right in the world. Indeed, there’s a strand of activism carefully weaved in *almost* every piece.
Few pages, great read. Nice food for thought 🙂