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Reviewed by Arya Fomonyuy for Readers' Favorite
Think.Laugh.Cry. in 100 Pages by William Baga is an interesting collection of short stories, drama, and reflections, a cross-genre kind of book designed to offer pure entertainment to readers. The book features three different stories; “Isaac’s Apple Phi,” “Take Two” and “Let Nature Decide.” Each story is unique and each story features interesting reflections on life, allowing readers to ask questions about the somewhat serious things in life, or provoke their laughter at the eccentricities of life, or just enjoy the weird characters like Jeff Jondawski and his wife, Shelley.
These stories are crafted in a unique style and it is important to note that readers won’t be following a well-defined conflict, and the plot doesn’t follow the traditional pattern which introduces a crisis and builds up to a climax, having characters work for a denouement. No, the stories are created to be thought-provoking or to just arouse the reader’s sense of humor. Some lines are witty and insightful. For instance, here is a statement that offers a serious thought about nation-building: “Individuals need to feel a part of something greater than themselves but, at the same time, need to feel that their abilities contribute to, and are needed by, the community at large, a validation of their self-worth.” William Baga’s writing is as bold as it is unique and I enjoyed the fact that the author allows his stories to come out freely. Think.Laugh.Cry. in 100 Pages was mostly an enjoyable read for me. The drama was lovely!