Twenty Tiny Tales by Willie Wit
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Blurb From Goodreads
A Collection of 20 spring-loaded 'smallstories', bursting with surprises and fun.
Read them and then see things around you from a fresh new angle.
Twenty Tiny Tales hits the nail on the head, the stories are very short and quirky. For the most of them you start reading it thinking you know what the story is about only to get to the last few lines and find it is about something completely different. Particularly in the case of my favourite one of the tales The Wedding. I really enjoyed this and would have given it a 5/5 purely on how fabulous and genius it was.
The other one I really enjoyed was Overtime (all parts) again because it is something different and has a few parts to it, to be honest I think a book could have been made out of this alone (with much more depth it has huge potential) as it is really interesting.
The stories are tongue in cheek and if you go into it looking for something to make you laugh and light reading you will enjoy it. The other stories were fine and enjoyable, if not then certainly readable but for me The Wedding and Overtime shone through whilst the others I could take or leave. 3/5 for me and I would read more by this author again.
Thank you to the author for giving me the chance to read this book and for everyone else this is available for the kindle on Amazon for £0.86.
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