The Edge of Reason, Damien Concordel

A 4*

I got a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. The opinions included in this review are my own and are in no way affected by the exchange.

The Edge of Reason is a collection of short stories, some of them linked between each other.

There were some stories I liked, others I didn’t, but it was a matter of my personal taste and not the quality of the writing.

The writing is compelling and interesting. The characters appealing and profound, even if we see them for a few pages.

I read the book on the plane and The Return of Malaysia Flight 370 made me shift in my seat, thoughts of plane catastrophes rushing through my mind. I find it beautiful the way Damien Concordel decided to commemorate the victims.

There were a few stories where the writing seemed a little bit off and the quality of the stories were not as good. I am not sure what didn’t work for me in them, but they were a bit of a drag to read.

Overall it was a good read. Each of the stories has its unique flavour making it a good journey.

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