Book Review

BOOK REVIEW: ASIAN WINDS BY SAURABH PANT

BOOK REVIEW:

Cover: 3/5
Title: 4.5/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5
Poems: 4.5/5
Thought-Process: 5/5

Final Rating: 4/5

The cover of the book is really simple for the topics and subjects this book talks about. Its too Simple, infact.

The title is perfect as per the thought process and the emotion, the poems and what the author went through while researching and talking about the subjects.

The blurb is exciting, and thoughtful, yet intrigues one about the nations’ within Aisa.

The poems are creatively written. This book consists of poems, related to 10 different subjects and Nations, and about 5 other poems to begin with the overall Thought-Process, which depicts the journey from one nation to another, beginning with China and completing circle with Japan.

While reading this Book, You will find yourself thinking about various nations, their situations, and the Hope. I felt something soulful while reading this.

I found all the poems to be constructively profound, yet some poems manage to ignite hope. “Shivering Hopes” and Poems related to Afghanistan were such poems.

I would recommend it to people who like to read well constructive poetry. This Book is for you.

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