“Still loved…Still missed! The myriad hues of souls” is a collection of 14 short stories and a poem. These stories span characters and emotional states with canny details that touch the depths of your soul. Picturing the complexities of love, misery and mystery, the stories try to gnaw your heart like never before.
• What does a flower teach us we often fail to see?
• “The belly is an ungrateful wretch.” Is it true?
• Once Tasha obtains a treasure in her garden, what happens next?
• Ever wondered about the sparseness and illusions in life?
• Does death put an end to true love?
• Have all the ascetics won over their emotions?
With the power of simple language, this book transports the readers to a world scarcely thought of in our bustling lives. The allegories maintain an intense rhythm of life prompting the readers to perceive things from a unique angle.
“A whole bookful to make you think, cry, think again and move on.”
Cover- 5 stars
Title- 4 stars
Blurb- 3 stars
Narration: 5 Stars
Plot- 4 stars
Characters: 4 Stars
Writing and Presentation- 5 Stars
Final Rating- 4 Stars
The cover is so beautiful to see. It has that Royal Classic Look which every reader wishes to keep in his/ her collection.
The title may seem very positive. But most of the Stories talk about the Dark side of Life. This is one of its kind type of novel.
The blurb talks about some intriguing question about life, which inspires a reader to pick this novel.
This book is kind of an anthology of 14 short stories and a poem.
The way this book talks about things is different. It’s such a relatively new perspective. All the stories were gripping and engaging. I was so engrossed in the book, that I ended up reading all the stories in a single sitting.
The stories were not only amusing, but very wittily tried to answer a lot of curious questions which all of us has thought about atleast once.
The language used is really standard, the vocabulary and grammar used was really good.
I would love to read his work in Future. Looking forward to her Next Novel. And I hope she publishes soon.