“keep yo cash cuz we all need that change.” (7)
This is a collection of short stories with a dose of perspective.
In “Never Just Black and White,” a colorful character named PO tries to forget his demons and fight for survival. Gruff in nature, this one was a bit hard to understand.
In “The Flying Dragon,” a little girl’s imagination soars to the extremes.
The dialogue was certainly rough around the edges, and the overall writing had a certain urban eccentric style—it was almost like street poetry, which was odd but kind of cool at the same time. I had a hard time understanding some of the details, which I guess didn’t allow me to appreciate it fully.
Overall, this was a good effort, but I wasn’t too impressed with the stories.
My rating: 2.5 stars