The book is innovative in the sense that it comes up with very new standpoints from the perspective of these female characters which the author hopes will be given a thought by readers.
The language of the book is easy to follow, neither too ornate nor too crisp.
Multitalented, chirpy and driven, Saudamini is an internationally acclaimed painter now turned author. Her paintings largely fall within the ambit of hyper realism. Her paintings are mainly soul paintings that showcase the inner turmoils, emotions and journey of the soul. Complex as it sounds, her artistic sense grew out of an epiphanic discovery of having a hand at it.
The Disappointing 5 is bound to make the teens realize their misconceptions about growing up.
The book is worth reading word by word, page by page and definitely more than once, because of its clever use of climaxes and gripping plots.
“Beena’s Summer” is at once light-hearted and humorous while being fast-paced and spellbinding. The novel is a must-read for both young and old, though more appropriate for ages 10 and above.
On the whole, “Dear Mr. Bachchan: A Bollywood Novel” is conceptually new and makes for an engaging read. It will especially appeal to lovers of the Indian film industry, young adults, Amitabh Bachchan fans, and those who enjoy stories with a plot twist.
One Monsoon in Mumbai is a lengthy and time-consuming read that will appeal to those who enjoy reading thrillers, detective novels regarding big shots and crime fictions. It is a page turner for those who enjoy romantic novels with thrilling twists.
Birth of a Duo is a short but good read for those interested in crime fiction, detective stories and plots surrounding private investigators. There is a good balance of all things put together. Nothing has been taken overboard. It is this balance that keeps things together in a fast-paced and edgy story.
At a moderate pace, Technically I Love You is a good three-hour read. The book is an honest attempt at presenting a beautiful story. Despite the fact that the story and characterisation is a bit cliched, yet it is the style of presentation that makes the book interesting with a happy ending.
With a mild blend of humour and a lot of twists, Diluted is a tale of the untold dilemmas when it comes to matters of the heart. Set at a little over 3 hours, Diluted is a serious test of patience for the reader who has to go through unnecessary details before they get to the main points.
As exquisite as the book cover looks, this sci-fi book is a must read for all lovers of science fiction, futuristic novels, investigative plots and all those who enjoy reading in general. The language of PORT717 is fabulous and brilliantly clean just like the plot. There are no spelling errors what so ever.