Backpack Chronicle: The Perspective by Adam Que - Book Review

Book Description:

This is a short story collection of contemporary-literary fiction. Each story examines the way the characters look at things and perceive the world around them. And how each character differs in doing that, or so they think? Because despite their differences the characters learn from and experience with one another. As well as sharing similarities in their personalities. Simply put, they share their humanity and they share their rawest emotions even at their most vulnerable.

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Author Bio: 
(This picture was very kindly provided by the author, so thank you!)
Adam Que was born (August 19,1988) and raised in New Jersey. Now living in Jersey City, Nj he is a contemporary fiction writer who's stories are very introspective. May they sometimes be comical, sarcastic, or in your face by nature they usually tell a truth, are heartfelt, and life-examining. Besides story telling he is an engaging poet, which is shown in his self published poetry book called P.L.E.A.S.E. Also an athlete who has competed in many sports including amateur MMA, he notes the fact that competing and working hard in athletics has helped him become a more disciplined and passionate writer. Even though fairly young and in the beginning of his writing career, Adam Que wants to share his artistry, and his authentic point of view.

Book Review by Carmen:
This is a collection of short stories, most of them I enjoyed. They range from somber, to lighthearted through to action packed; a selection for a wide range of readers. This was a relatively quick read for me. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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