Half-Naked Reality
Sahil

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Synopsis

A set of nine stories that try exploring the most fascinating of things – human nature. They talk of human freedom, the desire to romanticize, the relentless urge to escape, war and search for peace, the conflicting nature of perspectives, the loneliness of a delusional heart. Each set in a surreal world, where at each step the characters question their existence and the very basis of reality.

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ankita mallick

good work...but i kind of lost my interest in the third story. a lot of people will be able to relate to the second story..we do control our dreams at times..and i think that is how dreams come true..all we need to do is believe in ourselves..

Mar 24 '15
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Niyati Shinde

I loved the first story... The second story was not relatable for me. The third one was decent :-) Good Luck...

Mar 19 '15
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pandustar

Seems like these are abstract stories, maybe it gets better as it progresses? I honestly feel the narrative is good for a live play and not a book.
Good job on your part to start writing the book - and don't give up no matter how negative the comments here.

Jan 29 '15
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Debosmita Nandy

Interesting premise but the stories are too short. The language is unnecessarily verbose but narration is good. Requires some more editing to make the stories taut.

Jan 28 '15
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Aviral Singh

I give 2 stars for the premise of the stories, which were nice. Apart from them nothing could hold my attention. The narrative was as loose as it could be and there was no connection. The ideas were nice but wasted away without writing properly. It seemed very dull while reading and very scattered. Will suggest rethinking and rewriting.

Jan 19 '15
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Sahil

I don't think I would like to change the style of narrative. I think such ideas need to be presented the way they are. Anyhow, thanks a lot for the review.

Jan 19 '15
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