Book review: Tales to Count on by S.R.Mallery

Trust S.R.Mallery to never disappoint.And this rings true,once again,with this collection of delightfully diverse short stories.The order they've been put in the book (from shorter to longer in terms of word count) also serves as a vehicle that drives the reader deeper and deeper into the author's mastery of prose.I am not a fan of flash fiction,so I can't say I particularly enjoyed the first stories that were really short.But,boy,did the reading begin to pay off gradually as I kept turning the pages!For me,short stories of a greater length are those that allow an author to unfold their talent to the max.Mallery's came shining through the pages like a floodlight.I loved how some of the stories took me to different places or times – reminding me of the equally thrilling experience I had when I read ‘Sewing Can Be Dangerous' by the same author.Jumping from one place and era to another,on and on,had me starting each story with an element of surprise,which enhanced my reading experience further.In Tales to Count On,Mallery reminds us that nothing is what it seems.I urge you to read this book and explore this notion with these wonderful tales.

My rating

5 stars

Surprising endings and masterful prose!!

Do you enjoy short stories that intrigue?How about historical fiction??This gem is for you!!

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