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By Lubomír Mikisek

"Main characters within the number of brief tales written via the Czech writer Lubomír Mikisek are particularly traditional humans like us. With turbulent sensitivity and infrequently with scars on their souls, they want to step out in their stereotypes and locate anyone who may comprehend and love them. hope frequently continues to be hidden yet can erupt every now and then. Then, a want emerges too. major characters usually make judgements even if to gain those wants and needs, might be through making merely an undaring flow ahead or anticipating a accident that may convey them happiness, after which even a miniscule episode unexpectedly becomes a deep inner drama. occasionally, sadness arrives; at different occasions, a trip of recent desire opens. those that lend a supporting hand earlier than requested, aren't absent from the tales both.
The deeply mental fiction is written in a readable and gripping variety, delivering certain descriptions and a poetic contact, and surprises with an unforeseen punchline or an open finish. as though the writer used to be telling the reader - it will probably take place to you too. below the canopy of the possible daily fact, it's attainable to quantity a hand out, allow a rose blossom even though it occasionally has thorns.
The author’s fiction is thought-provoking, makes us sympathize with others and infrequently soothes without warning too. it's certainly not anything minor within the modern, most likely heartless and fast-moving world."

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