Advantages Easy to read, story before bed
Disadvantages The book ended.
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Something nice is an anthology of short stories written throughout the last ten years of Andrew Lawston's life. This collection is incredible easy to read and Is perfect if you are on a commute to work or if you want to read a story before bedtime. To yourself, not to the children.Within this anthology is 10 incredible short stories. All stories entice the emotions and provoke the reader to keep reading, gripping their attention. Within the stories, the characters are easy to relate to enabling you to understand their emotions as they go through their story. I love how the writer is able to write about different circumstances, meaning there is something for everyone within this anthology.
My favourite story is `Too much Love can kill you' this touches my heart, you'll have to read it to find out why. All the other stories have touched my emotions (I found myself gasping, cringing and crying at different stories) and made me want to read on, especially the ones left on a cliff-hanger.
Andrew's writing techniques are imaginative, creative and thoroughly enjoyable and I still wonder where his inspiration has come from. The author mentions that his influences are Phillip K Dick, Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, the League of gentlemen writers and many more.
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