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Making the moment, permanent

Priyank Saxena

For the english usage and editing, many reviews had already been pointed out, so don't want to repeat again. Talking of the philosophy presented, it is amateurish and vague. It looks like individual exploration which is in a way good for oneself, but if presented in a book, it should be more precise and clear, moreover with proper insight and understanding of the subject.
Well, how many times the word "This book" is used in 'this book'.

May 27 '16
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Find Me Now

Priyank Saxena

Though the usage of English is good but the story is missing. Found lengthy and directionless descriptions/conversations similar to KJo's movies stuff. But yes, author has shown a good strength in phrasing the sentences and selecting the words. Wishing a good luck to the writer.

May 25 '16
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Old Monk and Vodka

Priyank Saxena

Not well plotted. Hope it will not be the case in the complete book.

Jul 15 '15
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Nirvana In A Corporate Suit--Magical Memoir Of A Nameless Corporate Guy

Priyank Saxena

Quite a nice piece in terms of narration, imagination and the use of language. But found a bit of imbalance between the way the enchanted place and events were depicted with the thoughts/philosophy they tried to convey.

Jul 08 '15
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Runjhun Noopur

Thanks a lot Priyank for your kind review. I agree with you on the imbalance part and I am glad that you noticed it.. There is indeed an imbalance and it is a deliberate narrative choice. It serves the dual purpose of (a) setting up a visual internal v. external contrast (b) shocking the protagonist and in turn the reader out of complacence that might set in when dealing with the more gentle ideas and philosophies.

Jul 08 '15
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Life's Status: it's Complicated!!!

Priyank Saxena

Jul 07 '15
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