Review of Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016

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Review of Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016" by William H. Coles.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The book Illustrated Short Fiction Of William H. Coles: 2000-2016 is a book themed as a fiction fantasy with different stories within the same subject (fiction). Throughout the short stories told by William H. Coles, he exposes true-life reality which is exquisitely relatable. Recalling the short story of The Perennial student, the author exposes the life some student encounters throughout their pursuit of success in university. Denise was a young lady burning with furious potential, but due to the assessment conducted by the administration, she is left shattered down to her core. The Gift, another short story, exposed the reality of the society we reside in, in its truest form. Our parents seem to fail to understand that life isn’t the same as theirs during their era. Amid all the uncertainty in Catherine’s life, Patricia seems to embed hope deep inside her. The journey that this young lady has endured, will sure do leave an essence of wisdom which I believe will come hardy in the near future. Is fiction really a prediction of life’s countless stories, or is it just crafted from the status-core of today’s norm.

Every short story I read was simply relatable, which was my number one monumental positive aspect about the book. The author seems to possess a skill to assessing the status-core of today’s norm and depict it in stories. Once again, recalling from the story of the gift, Catherine’s parent seems to fail to understand that premarital sex is a thing of the past. Instead of counselling her and cautioning her about life at large, they just throw her into a hard place and a rock. Secondly, I also loved the collection of short, which were brief and straight to the point. Instead of exponential chapters, I, as the reader, got the liberty to soothe myself in a paradise of fiction. Nothing instills vulnerable lessons and refreshes the mind like having different pieces of manuscript of the same theme. A personal applaud to the author for a marvelous job done.

I sincerely had no negative aspect about the book, this was a masterpiece in its truest form, undoubtedly. I also have to mention the effortless flow I encountered while reading the book, which is all thanks to careful grammatical editing down to detail.

Furthermore, I, therefore, rate this book, a perfect 4 out of 4 stars for a one of kind picture perfect fictional stories. Furthermore, I rarely encountered grammatical errors, which gave me the impression that this book was exceptionally edited.

Furthermore, I would therefore recommend this book to all fictional fantasy lovers who are delighted with fast-paced, thrilling suspense. This is a must-have masterpiece. After a careful analysis, I concluded that the book contained themes of sexual relevance, nudity, strong language which gave me the impression that this book isn’t suitable for young children. This is also a mighty tool countless individual can utilize just to pass the time.

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