An interesting little story that moves along nicely, well-written, but with a sudden, somewhat unfulfilling ending. 7/10
A strange French story about a special marble lost across space that reads like a cross between Mr Men, Red Dwarf and Tiny Planets. The translation was very good, it was a pleasing enough read, almost a gentle comedy, but slightly too childish and crazy for my liking.
An agreeable read, but rather like an absurd 1950s episode of The Twilight Zone.
Very short, but quite jolly all the same. The Kindle version I downloaded had a typo on the cover, which didn't bode well, but the story is fine.
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