Finding Utopia is a one act play that revolves around the life of a young girl Jiya who is on the verge of graduating from college. It explores her inner life as she struggles with demons and wrestles with her fears, confusions and insecurities. The play follows her from her graduation party where she meets a young boy, a stranger, Arjun. What happens after that night is a heartwarming tale of how Jiya finds herself and discovers beliefs that make her feel on top of the world. Along the way she falls in love but does everything work out like she wants it to? Has she truly found utopia? Enjoy a deep and profound conversation as together Jiya and Arjun delve into the mysteries of life, the world and the universe. Discover for yourself answers that might just make you feel on top of the world too.
This is a short book so I would keep this review fairly short.
Undeniably love the cover and the blurb – makes me pick this book to start reading. The book deals with glaringly one or two thoughts which Jiya finds through the philosophical and profound conversation with a stranger Arjun in one of the pre-graduation parties.
What does Arjun say that makes Jiya feel alive again is the heart of this small thought-provoking book.
A dramatical version of a conversation so deep with background music that helps Jiya find her long-lasting Shangri-La – Utopia
Only let down is that there are some Hindi phrases in the book that may be a bit bothersome to Non-Hindi readers. If not, this is what I call a cute little book 🙂
Someone once said, a novel is an evolution and a short story is a revelation.
The authors are all storytellers in the best sense writers who know how to echo the truth and make it richer. They use fiction as a mirror to highpoint facets of our own lives. That is the revelation of short stories.
- Publisher: Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Pvt Ltd (2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9386487756
- ISBN-13: 978-9386487759
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