When the author tells you …. no…. warns you that he has taken a risk and tried to write something much different to his usual comfort zone style – your ‘reviewer’ devilish horns sharpen at the prospect of a kill, right?
Thankfully, I am not a ‘critic’ and I am but a humble reviewer and I will not change that for the world. Coming back to what I love, when I got this ebook I was trying to toss it aside till my mental frame would be ‘normal’. Then I asked myself – Are you ever normal?
So I dig into my Kindle and fish out this ebook “The Samness in a Consistent Change” by Sujay Malik and start reading —
– At the start, the story might make you think what’s the author trying to say? So don’t get grumpy, read a bit more and then you will get into the situation of the story.
– It isn’t philosophical, but there are musings along the way which are not preachy or talking morals. Simple life statements that we encounter everyday.
– The story paints the village scenes like Malgudi Days. However the situation takes you away from it especially considering the way the beginning and the end of this story has been dealt with.
– The language needs enhancement in terms of certain words which could use synopsis rather than being tied down to being repetitive.
*There were a few minor typo errors which I had shared with the author. He has made changes thereafter
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Kavita Singh considers herself to be a blue stocking – a very happily mad bibliophile – who can’t get enough of the books! While her TBR pile is mounting constantly, the smell of books gives her a high. However, her reviews are grounded on the reality of author-led thoughts and reader-led perspectives. You can reach out to her for book reviews on firstname.lastname@example.org