There are some lovely references to Egypt through out and a lot of other aspects that, while this is a book comprised as a collection of short stories tied every one of them together to create something that resmbles (in my opinion) the network of a community. Each story – or poem, at that – combines terms and slightly adds on to others while not meaning too.
The language is beautifully written and, the sometimes dark, humour is hilarious! I saved a quote of my favourite little part that always gives me a warm humorous feeling inside.
Generally the stories are very truthful and aren’t plodding around the point. If there is a sad end to a story it will come, it isn’t exaggerated, it isn’t over looked: it is truthful; which is exactly what I like and why I love neurotic eighties movies so much.
So, you don’t like Egypt, you don’t like honest endings and you don’t like the humour; why should you buy this book at Smashwords or Amazon? Apart from the fact that it’s only ninety-nine cents and you shouldn’t ever pass up a bargain that amazing?
There are lots of cats. From the How the Icle of Cats Got Its Name to the poem My Cat Is Not Like Other Cats. There are even sheep (as quoted above), genies and Gods personified. What I’m trying to get across is how absolutely wonderful I found this book. It literally had me laughing out loud at parts, the twists are great and well thought out and the humour is intelligent and modern (which was somewhat surprising)! So, at least give it a try and read some of the free content.