Book Review

Book Review: An Autumn Turmoil (It’s all about Love series) by Sourabh Mukherjee


“Detailed observations of human behaviour and the complexity of human relationships…” – The Hindu
Durga Puja is two weeks away and Kolkata is ready to burst into festivities. Abhishek arrives in Kolkata from Australia, along with his wife Atreyee. Shubho, an Engineering student, is his cousin. Atreyee is in desperate search of the passion that is missing in her marriage. Shubho loves his childhood sweetheart Jhimli, but finds the thrill missing in their relationship of years.
When Shubho and Atreyee meet, sparks fly. But what starts off as a secret festival romance soon gives way to jealousy and possessiveness. Will their passionate autumn romance change the lives of Shubho and Atreyee forever?


Cover: 5/5
Title: 4.5/5
Blurb: 4.5/5
Presentation: 5/5
Plot: 5/5

Final Rating: 5/5

The cover looks beautiful. The side image of an female wearing a Bengali Saree and an image of Durga looks perfect, and gives a gist of the story.

The title is perfectly apt for the storyline as the story is based during the autumn season, when the weather is changing.

The blurb of the book describes the story very well, as it is quite interesting.

The storyline is based in Kolkata. It is the story of a boy who is falls for a married woman who has arrived in his neighbourhood. He is already in a relationship but his relation is missing that spark. Such stories are difficult to skip as they are exciting.

The language of the book is good enough to connect with the readers, especially teenage and single boys.

The story very well depicts that the heart wants what it wants.

Looking forward to read the next part of the series.

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