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Over the last few years, several
new forms of telling stories that have come up. From flash fiction,
terribly tiny tales to as simply writing in an informal style if
Over the last few years, several new forms of telling stories that have come up. From flash fiction, terribly tiny tales to as simply writing in an informal style if I say so myself. Truthfully I thought I would hate it, I was so used to a certain style this new style seemed like an abomination. Blasphemous even. But on the insistence of a very incessant friend, I read this book and have become rather fond of this style, and have explored quite a bit. Here are my favorites so far
My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologies by Fredrik Backman: This one resonated with me, not just as a grandchild who sorely misses the stories of her grandparents. But also as a person who yearns to believe in the magic of the universe once again. Not only did it make me laugh out loud, it also made sure I called up my grandma to tell her that shes swell.
The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an IKEA Wardrobe by Romain Puertolas: Ironically, in comparison to its title, the book is relatively a shorter read. And the best part, it is just as absurd as it sounds. And that I think is what makes it wonderful.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio: This one was heart breaking and heart-warming at the same time. It really did remind me on how you shouldnt judge someone on how they look, and that a little love and kindness goes a long way.
Beautiful and Damned by Robert. M. Drake: Robert Drake started posting on Instagram and has since amassed a considerable following, and it is well placed. He manages to put into words feelings that seem too complicated to express. Beautiful and Damned is a compilation of poems and stories, each one as emotion inducing as its counterparts. From nostalgia, melancholy, love and longing, this book will leave you in a trance.
The Girl who saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson : If you read The Fakir by Romain Puertolas and think it is absurd, this book does you one better. It is a rather roller-coaster of a ride, with twists and characters that are truly one of a kind (or not- no spoilers, but youll get if when you read it xD) To be honest, the book can get taxing in the middle, but stick with it. It is truly a remarkable story of a young woman, and a dangerous secret.