BLUE
Remesh

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Synopsis

Blue is the colour of human emotions.

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Geetha Krishnan

Beautiful collection of short stories. Each one is different from the other and have a freshness about them. The language and style are both good

Dec 04 '15
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Aryn

I enjoyed the first story, it was descriptive and hopefully you keep up the good work.

Nov 21 '15
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Shriesh Pabba

I am not a great writer, not even a published author; please keep that in mind when you read my notes.

My review:
You have some serious talent. For me, this book just teases me about the talent you have, but does not unleash the true potential. Yet, I would definitely like to read on and see this book in print.

My likes:
Writing has a punch. Stories have well defined characters, plot, pace and extremely believable dialogues, great openers, great endings... brilliant writing.
Clearly, you can write across genres.

My dislikes:
Your stories are bit like riddles. If I am going to pay money, I don't want to be quizzed -- no, not even slightly or subtly. It works in a novel, wherein I have sufficient information and I have invested significant amount of time in going through the pages. A short story - different mechanics at play. It spoilt the fun of reading a short for me at least.

Oct 06 '15
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Remesh

Thanks a lot for that review Shriesh....

Oct 06 '15
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pandustar

BGB can you put in a half Star? Half Star for effort - an effort to upload something and attach your name to it. There are no positives in this story, no takeaways and I am sorry to say that I have never read such a bad book on BGB for quite sometime now. Hope that this author, either changes his genre or his writing skills.

Sep 07 '15
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Vishal

Disturbing

Jul 27 '15
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Sunita Williams

I couldn't believe that the same guy wrote all three stories. It was the cover that grabbed my attention at first. I don't know from where he got the name 'Blue' . maybe from Blue is the warmest color?
I liked the first one. There was a lot of emotions in it. Sickness was the tale of a sick person indeed. The ghost of Shantaram made me laugh out.

Jul 22 '15
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Remesh

Thnaks for that lovely review sunita

Jul 23 '15
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Nita Damodar

Brilliant!!

Jul 21 '15
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Remesh

Could you comment a bit about the book Nita?

Jul 23 '15
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Ashutosh Sharma

The first one was a bit lengthy. But it has explored a lot of emotions and angles. The second one, I just couldn't understand he protagonist, but the writing style made it dark and the third story was really a dun read. I loved Shantaram!!

Jul 21 '15
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Remesh

Thanks man!

Jul 23 '15
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Suhail Abbas

It was a bumpy ride. The first one gave me a sense of nostalgia. I love train rides.
The second story was more interesting and scary. However it was the third one that made my day. It was funny as hell.

Jul 21 '15
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Remesh

Hey Suhail, thanks a lot.

Jul 23 '15
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Deepak Kaul

The second story was somewhat captivating, but the other two ... well. If these are meant to be stories about emotions, they failed to invoke any.

Jul 21 '15
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