The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales

Download The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales PDF by Ndiritu Wahome eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales Although Wahomes fairytales can sometimes be cautionary, he never loses hope for both humanity and its future. The good, even though exposed to a life of poverty, wretchedness, and solitude, end up living happily ever after.. From a story-telling weaver bird to a chiefs son who finds the real value of life, Wahome leads his readers on a captivating journey that deifies time and reality yet remains relevant. Ndiritu captures the innocence of the world through a childs eyes to make strong sta

The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales

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Rating : 4.22 (899 Votes)
Asin : 0692236627
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-04-02
Language : English

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Unlike Anthying I've Ever read I got to preview this book when it was still in the works, and was extremely impressed with the feel of it all. It's a collection of modern fables, short little stories, and reactive wanderings that are unlike anything I have ever read, truly a unique little marvel. It's memorable, unique, and understated, with a twist of the modern and the classic.. "Enjoyed reading it!" according to nijasure. If you enjoy reading inspiring and appealing fairytales then, “The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales” will be a perfect kindle book for you. The author Ndiritu Wahome has written in an innovative and interesting manner that will keep you hooked to the book up to the end. These fairy tales are suitable for all ages and my 1Enjoyed reading it! nijasure If you enjoy reading inspiring and appealing fairytales then, “The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales” will be a perfect kindle book for you. The author Ndiritu Wahome has written in an innovative and interesting manner that will keep you hooked to the book up to the end. These fairy tales are suitable for all ages and my 14 year old son too enjoyed reading them.The most important feature of the book is that its stories will motivate you in your life to try and achieve things that look difficult . year old son too enjoyed reading them.The most important feature of the book is that its stories will motivate you in your life to try and achieve things that look difficult . Mria said A very interesting read!. The Sad Artist and Other Fairytales is a collection of short stories told with realism and creativity. The stories are very interesting, and the one thing that I like about them is that you can have a subtle glimpse of Africa's culture through the realistic dialogues of the characters, whether they are talking animals or not, that are alive and moving in a reader's imagination. Although I find some of them are a bit harsh for children to read, but if the goal of the author is to depict realism in every st

Although Wahome's fairytales can sometimes be cautionary, he never loses hope for both humanity and its future. The good, even though exposed to a life of poverty, wretchedness, and solitude, end up living happily ever after.". From a story-telling weaver bird to a chief's son who finds the real value of life, Wahome leads his readers on a captivating journey that deifies time and reality yet remains relevant. "Ndiritu captures the innocence of the world through a child's eyes to make strong statements about the modern condition." Although the fairytales are set in a mystical version Wahome's native Kenya, they transcend Africa for a global perspective on the realities of li

Ndiritu believes that you can become anything you want on earth, as long as you have the will power, determination, and passion to train the mind. When he is neither reading nor writing, he is actively swimming and lazing on the beach gazing at the meandering blue waves of the ocean. He started writing at the age of thirteen. At 19, immediately after high school, he published a volume of poetry: ‘The Voice from a Young Man under the Burning African Sun.’ As a young writer, he is passionate about the art of writing, and other forms of creative arts. About the Author Ndiritu Wahome was born on September 14, 1987.

He started writing at the age of thirteen. At 19, immediately after high school, he published a volume of poetry: ‘The Voice from a Young Man under the Burning African Sun.’ As a young writer, he is passionate about the art of writing, and other forms of creative arts. When he is neither reading nor writing, he is actively swimming and lazing on the beach gazing

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