[Review] Harables Short Stories 2 by Haidji

Book Review (HST2) Photo - New


Disclosure: I get this book for free in exchange for my honest review from the author itself. The book is in a paperback format which the author give directly to me. I would like to have this opportunity to thank the author on letting me review her book. Thank you, Ms. Haidji.

Hello, Feaders!

Happy Weekends!

Coffee is really a life saver. Good morning from this side of the world to all you, folks.

So today, I decided to review Harables Short Stories 2 which another collection of Haidji. If you will remember, I did review the first one in this collection and it is here. I like short stories and Haidji’s is one of them – my fave.



Haidji, author of SG Suicide Game, Life into Mist, Fancy & Adriaan, Harables – Short Stories 1 and Ines’ Words now brings us Harables – Short Stories 2, with fifteen new stories.

Each story showcases Haidji’s unique voice and imagery, including “The Gondola Walker,” “Lob’s Castle,” “The Blue Spot,” “Final Destination” and “Candles.”

True to Haidji’s form, this book is beautiful and magical. You’ll want to read each story more than once, to uncover all Haidji’s meanings. Entering Haidji’s world, you will find hope, love and wonderful mysteries.



This is another charming and enchanted book full of stories about life, love, friendship, dreams and as everything, you can relate of. The sweet narration in the collection of insightful stories is very good and beautifully crafted as each can give you a moral in life. Thus, it is truly a well-done book I have ever read, a modern generation of tell-tale stories.

In the fifteen stories told, I love the first one – Final Destination. It is something I can observe in my usual life. Might be in myself or in others. The thing is, it is always true that whether we take a different path in life, our last destination will never be changed – we will still arrive there in the end. It is on our hand how to choose the way through it. How adventurous, active, simple or normal it can be. It will be on us.

Between the peace of waiting for the elevator and the adventure of taking the stairs, what do you prefer?

Haidji is really one of my favorites poet and author I’ve encountered that every work of hers are full of magical and artistic skills. I will never stop reading her books. She is a great creator of vivid imagery and as a painter, her stroke is the best to draw in your imagination. Thank you, Ms. Haidji for this another book of yours.

If you have time which I’m sure we do have, read this all day and you will feel good the next morning. I recommend this if you love to read some short stories and Haidji’s Harables Short Stories is the best to start.



About Author             


Her interest in art began at the age of four when she got a blackboard for Christmas.

She then started to draw objects around the house: chairs, tables, and so on.

As she was 12 she started to write her stories and poems. Handwritten and hand painted books for family and friends.

Her University education was at the University of Applied Science at Idar-Oberstein, Germany, where she obtained a Diploma (equivalent to a Master’s Degree) in Jewelry and Precious Stones Design, and Painting. She is also a qualified Goldsmith.

Haidji is a talented and creative artist who produces abstract work that resonates with warmth and life.

Her stories create images in the reader’s mind, as would a word be a brushstroke painting inside your imagination.

More at www.haidji.blogspot.com and her Twitter, @Haidji.

Thank you for reading!


Check Me Out Here                                     

mini goodreads

mini instagram1

mini twitter

mini facebook


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s