Acclaimed poet and novelist Mario Milosevic offers 100 sharp tales of employment - each exactly 100 words long. Sometimes shocking, sometimes poignant, but always enlightening and entertaining, these narratives bare the souls of laborers doing what they have to do to make a living.
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Yes, because I've always been a fan of microfiction and drabbles and this group was interesting. Each story was a little slice of someone's life with honesty and relatability.
There really weren't any characters beyond the speaker, who was different every single time, but I liked them all because they were honest about their lives.
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I wouldn't, nothing else would be as to the point and perfect for this collection.
I got this in exchange for an honest review and really enjoyed it. Definitely recommended.
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