The Kiss 😘 of Life
Random Thoughts !
Even if I get one reader a day , it makes my day !
My book now part of 130 libraries in India , 3 libraries in USA , 17 countries . Enters Parliament Library in New Delhi & Institute which imparts training to IAS personnel in Mussorie .
Ever since I published my first Book on short stories : Journey from Guwahati to Machhiwara in March 2015 , when so many Bloggers reviewed my Book , I find it’s my duty to review books of fellow Author ,especially if it’s the Authors first Book . I have never met the Author . The only thing I know about her is that she is from South India & is presently living abroad with her husband .
She has dedicated the book to her husband : a good sign . Only the Author can tell whether the book has a real plot .
The Book : Fancy Punctures is an interesting read . I was confused initially by the name of the book . But as the tale of ‘ inter twined story ‘ unfolds , the various characters enter the story . The characters are a Psychology Professor , student Avanthika , her friend Vedhika , Govind , Vijay , Devang , Kashyap , Bhumika , Vinayak ! All these characters have some part to play in unfolding of this simple love story .
Please don’t expect a traditional love story in the book , which took almost 4 years for the Author to turn her dream into reality .
What could have been better ?
A bit of melodrama could have added to the spice of book .
Tactical Details : Cover page , font size and quality of printing of book :
Thumbs Up .
Overall verdict : A Good Read . Since it’s the maiden attempt of the Author at a young age : It’s a great work for people who love to dream & then get that dream into reality .
Book available from Amazon
Great Review of my Book by a Blogger Kiran from an unknown city .
Book details :
Name – Journey from Guwahati to Macchiwara
Author – Rajiv Bakshi
Publisher – Notion Press
Year of Publishing –2015
If you’re thinking that this book is a travelogue then you’re under a wrong notion,bug it definitely speaks of a very interesting journey.
I don’t think there is anyone out there who haven’t dreamt of telling exciting stories(after getting old) from his experience and flabbergast the younger generations. Rajiv Bakshi, after getting retired from his 9 to 7 job, has done the same thing —with a twist. Rather than sitting in an old armchair amidst a circle of grandchildren, he thought of writing a book which treasured his life’s experiences.
‘Journey from Guwahati to Macchiwara’ is the author’s memoir of 35 years and brings out the journey of a young lad, who starts his first job at bank (with a meagre income)…
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