Friday, 31 July 2015

Review : Fantastic 40 - A Collection of 40 Micro Stories

Fantastic 40 - A Collection of 40 Micro Stories
by Reetwika Banerjee 

[Special thanks to Reetwika for sending me a free review copy(e-book).]


Bored of reading long stories? Grab the copy of Fantastic 40 and dive into the world of 40 beautifully crafted micro stories.


My Opinion:

Positives:

All the stores are knitted around simple incidents of life that are ignored by us in our busy schedules, which we mistook as life. But this story will take you to the depths of each and every human emotion, be it love humor, sadness, grieve, loss and what not. With simple and easy to understand narration, each and every page you unfold will bring a smile on your face, leave a tear in your eyes or will let you think deeply into your own self. The stories are so gripping that you will not be able to stop yourself from finishing the book in one-go. Also, the book cover and book title goes perfect with the content present in the book.



Shortcomings:

Though some of the stories will make you fall in love with the book, there are some which I found a bit ‘not-connecting’. Also, some minute grammatical errors leave a bit of negative impact on the readers.

Best stories:

A Night in Solitude
Clumsy Old Lady
Titli’s Mom
Even In Baby show
Met Him By Chance
Tsimasham
Handicap
Last Time With My Boyfriend

Final Comment:

With captivating literature and wonderful story telling skills, Reetwika Banerjee has given life to each and every character one will read about in the story. A must read, indeed.

Final Rating:

Book Cover: 4/5
Language 3/5
Literature: 3/5
Final Rating: 3.25/5



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2 comments:

  1. Thanks Mani for such a detailed review. :)

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    1. Your welcome :)
      keep Smiling Keep shining!!

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