March 8, 2014 by Khamneithang Vaiphei  (TOP 500 REVIEWER) on Amazon | 4 out of 5 stars

This review is from: he & She (Kindle Edition)

he & She by Wayne Clark is a thoughtful, deep, intense and sensual portrayal of a man holding onto life in the midst of disastrous affairs and a growing sense of loneliness. he & She is a book that will leave you conjecturing about life’s experiences, and if they have any meaning at all. And for many, living in the present never really gives the best position to view life unfolding.

Wayne Clark deserves much kudos for crafting a story that is both fascinating and insightful. It makes you feel come alive inside, with your senses bubbling with enthusiasm and keenness as if they have been dead all along. Kit Cayman’s role as the lead character in this subtle, swift and imaginative story is both delectable and haunting. You have the feeling that you’ve come face to face with someone you’ve known all along, deeply and closely. It feels like your alter ego. But at times you have the strong feeling that you need to wake him up from his deep stupor, transform him and plant him elsewhere.

he & She is a genuinely penetrating book, a book that will force you to look deep inside. It is a story you would want to keep on reading and sad to come to see it end. It is masterful story of self-exploration. In fine, I’m drawn to books for a number of reasons – storyline, blurb, cover and title. I was immediately drawn to this book by the beautiful cover and the title. What’s inside is as beautiful as what was outside. I really enjoyed the book.

Wayne is a Montreal based writer, editor and translator.

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