This is one of the books that I have been holding to review for months now. I really wish that I reviewed it earlier, but I had way too many things in my hand.
Pages: 76 pages
Stri’s Take On It: What starts as a simple story between Monty and his girlfriend takes a serious, unexpected turn when she leaves him for fun and traveling. He on the other hand, makes his life go miserable. While one might think this is a mere break-up story, this isn’t. This is more deep and dark than what it seems to be. The author handles a sensitive topic of schizophrenia with ease.
- The story’s narration was short and crisp. No unwanted drama to extend the pages.
- Language and vocabulary were brilliant at places that you could feel the story.
- The language wasn’t consistent throughout. At times, it felt like the author just gave up on the language and merely wrote the story. Consistency in writing style was lacking.
Do I recommend? If you prefer to read sad, deep books, YES!