Genre: Short Story Collection
“A collection of short stories dealing with different kinds of scars we keep. They never said being human could be this hard. They never told us about the scars we would carry. They only told us that this is what it means to be alive.”
Mohy Omar says he’s been writing all his life, but this collection is his first shot at publishing.
A small collection of three short stories of about 3,000 words each. To say they are different would be both true and, I think, a compliment. The first one, about death, or life, or maybe both (I’ll let you decide) should trigger a bit of reflection on those subjects. A solid effort from a new author.
Some adult language and adult situations.
No significant issues.
Rating: **** Four Stars
Reviewed by: BigAl
Approximate word count: 10-11,000 words