Quick Book Review: The Little Washer of Sorrows by Katherine Fawcett

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The Little Washer of Sorrows was an excellent collection of hilariously crafted tales.

This book is a compilation of many funny stories. This world of fiction is written in such a way that you do not see the ending of each story coming. I loved not knowing what was going to happen, and seeing the hilarious spin Katherine Fawcett puts on these funny stories.

Some of these stories are better than others, but they all left me feeling amused and impressed. Quite often it is easy to see an ending coming, but Katherine took me by surprise every time. Even when I thought I guessed the least likely scenario to happen, this wonderful author managed to twist the ending in a completely different angle.

This playful book was fabulous. I can’t think up one negative thing about this book. Each story is just the perfect length and doesn’t seem to be lacking any information. These stories also aren’t to long – they are the perfect length to keep the reader interested.

The stories do not seem to connect, so if you want to skip around the different stories you can.

I would definitely suggest this book to others! Especially to those who want a good, comedic read that doesn’t need much commitment!

Five out of five stars!

I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

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