Loss Angeles – Book Review

Loss Angeles is a novel by Mathieu Cailler, who writes prose and poetry. Despite the young age, the writer has achieved international recognition as his work has been published in several literary journals. Before pursuing writing as a career, Cailler was a teacher at an elementary school in Los Angeles. He graduated from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, where he got the Short Story America Prize for Short Fiction and a Shakespeare Award for Poetry. Loss Angeles is the first full length book by the author, and according to him, he loves to write about the day to day life of people of Los Angeles. He says that his novel, Loss Angeles, is very diverse and has been written in a way which makes it easier for people to relate to it.

Loss Angeles is a book that comprises of several short stories, all of which revolve around the theme of loss. Cailler has written the book in such a way that it makes the reader feel connected to the emotions that are being discussed in the book. The book discusses things like despair, heartbreak, loneliness, lost and recovered relationships, and redemption. It has fifteen short stories that will make the readers feel bewildered, sad and will help them in learning about hope that a human being has after experiencing a loss.

Loss Angeles has received countless positive reviews, it is a book that focuses on everyday life of people who are affected by things like love, loss, lack of choices, and obsession. Cailler is an author who writes rich stories, which helps the people in feeling empathy towards the characters that are mentioned in his books.

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