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Starlings

Well, the only reason why it didn’t work for me is that none of the stories was truly making me feel something. It combines a lot of mythic elements, and a mythology. As well as religion.

But I just cannot feel anything for them at all. Or the characters. Something about all the stories just lacked when it came to me, maybe it was the focus, and sometimes it was the characters, but most of the time it just didn’t do well with me.

And I just didn’t manage to grasp what it was telling. I prefer stories that make me think, and this doesn’t because I simply don’t even know what is the objective of them.

But I did like some of them for the unique way they were written, despite flying over all my head. So, maybe consider checking this out if you like stories about myths, which this is truly all about.

Rating: 1.5 out of 5

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