Being a writer myself, I was very disappointed in the quality of writing in this selection of short stories. All the stories in this publication lack either imagination or originality, with the exception of `Prignitz Was An Innocent' which lacks both imagination and originality.
It is clear that the author of this short story has severe handicaps, both mental and physical and that their efforts would better be concentrated on competing in the Paralympics this coming weekend.
Conversely, in my book ' The Adventures of Moliver Mallinson' the heroine is portrayed with unrivalled eloquence and unparalleled literary execution. (also on sale in all good book stores)
In conclusion I think that your eighty pence would be better exchanged for eighty
one-pence-pieces which could be subsequently stuck together with superglue and sat on repeatedly until satisfied.