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Harables: Short Stories 2 (Volume 2)

by Haidji

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I’ve now read both Harables – Short Stories 1 and Harables – Short Stories 2, and I’m impressed. The short stories are on different subjects, but they all have something in common. All stories make you think about why Haidji has written them. The answer is that she wants to tell you something about life and the different situations you may face. Each chapter starts with a quote from the following coming story. The quotes deserve to be called proverbs because they are very genuine and thought-provoking.
Both books are written in excellent English, and they are meaningful and instructive, so I recommend them both. Five stars! ( )
1 vote Bengan | Apr 19, 2017 |
Excellent second collection of short stories. Very inspiring. I dont usually read short stories but found I couldn't put down this book until it was done! Keep up the amazing work Haidji. ( )
1 vote Synove | Jan 17, 2017 |
Harables 2 is a follow on from the first book, a collection of short stories. Entering a new world with many beautiful meanings was possible as ach tale was full of imagery and other poetic techniques. Each shorty story was unquie and different, with meanful lessons behind them. Before the tales begun, they were introduced with a quote from the story and finished with the meaning behind the tale. For feature improvements, the full stops should be minimzed. There was a lot of repeated full stops (...). I understand the use of them, but at various times it was over used and a coma could have been placed instead. Beside that, it was a well written and intriging read. The continuation from the first book was present and were both simalar, which is good as its from the same volume. I would recommend both these books to anyone who fasantes opening their mind and seeing things from a new perspective. If there were to ever be a third book, I'd be sure to read it. ( )
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