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The Blueberry Miller Files by [Collins, A. Yamina ]
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Length: 111 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 309 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Publisher: DeeBooks Publishing, LLC; Edition number #1 edition (July 11, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 11, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008KAI3KG
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Thanks Yamina for giving me the chance to review a few of the stories. I actually enjoyed the stories. Whenever I started one of the stories, I wanted to read it all the way to the end without a break.....then was disappointed when the story ended as I found myself wanting more at the end. I know they are SHORT stories, but wanted the stories to be longer :- ). They always had an interesting twist at the end as well. Yamina is talented!!! I gave it 4 stars as I didn't get the chance to read all, but most of the stories.---CARLA CHERY
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I'm in the process of reading The Blueberry Miller Files, a collection of short stories by A. Yamina Collins. Since this is a new release, I wanted to briefly share my thoughts on a couple of her stories. So far, I've read "Calling Viola - A Madam Adams Adventure" and "Family". "Calling Viola" was very imaginative and quite a fun read. The heroine, Madam, is a playwright in the midst of drafting a play. We are given a unique perspective of this moment in her life by reading the play as its unfolding, along with experiencing the thoughts, dialogue, and action in her own life. I laughed out loud a couple of times! "Family", which is on the other side of the emotional spectrum, tells the story of an elderly man who's been waiting for the return of his son, long gone since he was a young child. In this one day account, Yamina aptly conveys his accomplishments, regrets, and fears, rendering a strong, solemn, and engaging story. I'm looking forward to reading the remaining stories of her book. Highly recommended!
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I Read through these stories in matter of maybe a week and for someone who is not a big reader that is a huge deal. The Blueberry Miller files pull you in holds your attention through the end of each story. I found myself super eager to find out what was around each corner.Some, if not most, of the characters were extremely caught up in their delusions which, in the case of Madam Adams of Calling Viola and Kyndra of The Disillusioned, were hilarious and quite entertaining. Some of the other stories, however, we're extremely disturbing and even thought provoking. One of which was Safe. A story set in the South during the time of Slavery where Salil Mo who, according to the story, wasn't dark enough to be a Negro, but not white enought to be a true gentleman, was hunted and killed for disrupting a dinner party with a speech. More disturbing than the murder itself though, we're the thoughts and attitudes of the murderers and bystanders. If you are a happy ending kind of person then The Blueberry Miller files may not be for you but if you love a good twistt and a satisfying finale then this is an awesome read.
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By Anthony on August 25, 2012
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This review is based specifically around one of the short stories in the collection, "Calling Viola - A Madam Adams Adventure." I truly enjoyed this short that becomes extremely meta while losing no humor. While reading, I found that the characteristics that the author pokes fun at the Madam for having are the same ones that make her a humanistic (and relatable) character. I haven't read further stories from the book, but look forward to doing so.
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