This is a collection of 15 stories. some mediocre but some lovely written stories. It contains everything, from science fiction to romance. I did love some stories like Vinashak, Mandriod, The Burning Torch Of Truth etc. The best part of this book is the writing style and the alluring Cover. Avishek is definitely a great story teller that even a 5th grade student can easily understand. This book could have been better if the author could play with words a bit more. Some short story endings seemed too obvious and pretty pale.
The book is a collection of 15 soul touching stories. From bits of bollywood masalas to pure magical story telling, these short stories never ceased to amaze me. A fast paced read with sprinkled emotions- touching our day today lives.
Right from the amazing cover to the details of the character, author did a splendid job of narration with keeping the language very simple. It is not simple to keep a story simple.
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