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Well done, Tanaya. It has the irreverence of a chick-lit with the pacing of a thriller. Definitely want to read more.
Superbly written with thoughts and feelings that resonate my own deepest insecurities and frustrations. A few additional examples may help illustrate these points better. The language flows smoothly and is the pages pass by quickly. Very well done.
Thanks a lot Rajesh for the encouraging review
The prologue is just brilliant and had me rushing through the pages. The main chapters seemed to slacken a bit but still very well written. Good luck.
Thanks for your review, Rajesh. Good luck for your book too.
This book raises extremely pertinent questions and makes us pause and ponder on the lives we are leading. The extremely readable style makes it a breeze and a pleasure to read through.
It is written well - a journey that no one wants to go on but yet can happen to anyone, anytime. Want to know how the fight is. It also reads like a journal whereas we want to see the human aspect. How people change when they know we have cancer - for example the fat lady on the bench is a standout moment and would like to see more such examples.
Thank you so much :)
The story really picks up from the time the girls jump into the balloon. It is a wonderful adventure from there on with lovely imagery. It keeps you wondering whether the girls will ever get back home. Reminded me of "Wind in the Willows".
Thanks. I am left speechless with the comparison to a timeless classic.
Superb atmosphere and Narration, Shantesh. Story 3 is a stand out though all are highly readable. Well done.
Thank you Rajesh, glad you liked it.
Saurabh, the stories are engaging and heart-felt. Gentle tales that leaves you thinking. Good work.
Inderjit - Rust was heart-breaking and I really wished it ended otherwise. It is just fiction and yet... Green was beautiful and very authentic, taking me truly into Mombasa. Wonderful work and look forward to the rest.
Beautifully narrated, Niyati. A smooth flow which kept me hooked till the end. Can't wait to read the rest of the collection.
Thank you Rajesh :-)