Book Review

Book Review: Small is Big (Volume 2) by Rafaa Dalvi

BLURB

After the success of Small is Big – Volume 1, Rafaa Dalvi is back with Small is Big – Volume 2, a potpourri of 100 more micro tales. There’s a story for everyone, including YOU! If you’re a romantic at heart, this micro tale is for you- How frail are our hearts and bodies to be stirred up by one glass, one glance, one smile, one voice and one touch. If you ever had a tough time fitting in, this micro tale is for you- I saw a girl reading a book titled “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.” So I bought a telescope to find out which planet I was from. And if you like thrillers, this micro tale is for you- She bid farewell to her sister and left the graveyard, holding the hand of her brother-in-law. Identity theft was child’s play for twins. In fact, there are 100 such small tales that will have a big impact on you.

REVIEW

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

Final Rating: 4.5/5

The cover is beautifully designed with the shade of green colour. There is a pawn which sees itself as the king in the mirror.

The title seems interesting. It is written in continuation of the first part of the Novel (Small is Big-Volume 1)

The blurb is interesting and creates an interest in the mind of the reader.

The book has 100 micro tales, which are so well written that when you will feel that The Last Story was better than the previous one, the author will prove you wrong. The stories just keep on getting better and better. ore breath-taking and better than the other.

Each and every micro tale has been written in a lucid language and simple manner.

I would like to recommend every reader to read a Few Stories and decide for themselves.

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