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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Ever found yourself searching for your wallet while you're preparing to go out? Now try to imagine what might have been going through your wallet's mind at that very moment if it were a living being? What if the sneakers you wear are suddenly able to witness everything from above rather than being stomped upon all their lives? Find out the answers to these seemingly mundane yet fascinating questions and more through Hope Silver's humorous take on the inner workings of inanimate objects, Curious Thinkers. Paired with some imaginative illustrations by Viacheslav Shilov, the book contains short excerpts about a wide array of inert objects, each uniquely relative to their respective practical purposes. Hop on a wild rollercoaster of a ride where you may not have an idea where you're going, but you're guaranteed to have fun.
Curious Thinkers takes readers on an unpredictable odyssey full of imagination and intrigue, where you get some fresh perspectives on your surroundings. From looking through the eyes of a judgemental mirror to finding yourself in the mind of a pillow sharing the dream of its owner, author Hope Silver's immensely creative work of flash fiction feels authentic and captivates you from start to finish. The illustrations provided by Viacheslav Shilov add another artistic element to the pages and make the narrative all the more entertaining. Curious Thinkers is weird, hilarious, moving, and sometimes surprisingly poignant. This is one of the most unique books I've read this year. If you're looking for something different to enjoy, I highly recommend it.