Three Stories About Children Who Die
Thethree stories presented within this book, per say, contain what you would expect them to as based upon the title, Three Stories About Children Who Die. Within each, a child is met with varying situations, but one in which they all share: Death.
Beginning with a tale of a Stone-Pairgirl who kills her father to gain freedom from a gruel obsessed peoples, only to find herself on the mysterious gruel island, inhabited by a few blubbery ritualistic/religious creatures;
followed by aboy who finds himself encountered by personifications of deadly sins in an underground entrapment, one in which his love for burning things becomes quite useful;
and lastly, you will meet an overly sympathetic (and magical) girl, who after trying to commit suicide is pressed unto a world where her sensibilities are the undoing of various unfortunate meetings (paired with anextremely intrusive author: Yet, dull, dimwitted readers beware, as these are not tales for those possessed by affectations. No, if one does read the writings within these walls, let them go forth and understand sensibility from sympathy, and that of from empathy. Then and so forth, to and fro, to forever understand that life is but a cruel joke, and not a gift.)