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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Reviews On "Her Resurrection"


Review Point: 4 out of 5
Publisher: Gargi Publishers
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9789384382087
Page Count: 260

Platform:
Narration is done about the journey of Maya from childhood to her late twenties, failure to success,  happiness to sorrow and patience to struggle. As being the part of village filled with narrow minded people, she faces adverse conditions since childhood. Her own family specially father shows disrespect for her. Time changes and she finds herself all alone and fighting for the survival in the crowd of unknown people and with absence of destiny. Lets come and feel her joy and sorrow with this book "Her Resurrection" and know what would happen with her in journey of better survival.

Strength Of The Book:
An amazing and ignored part of the Indian culture and society is taken which directly involves the presence of women and their survival. Natural appearance is given to the novel by depicting each and every factor very keenly and beautifully. To keep readers away from confusion in prologue-epilogue and story, nice writing technique is used. The line "every saint has a past and every sinner has a future" from the novel is completely justified in the story. Depicted emotions seem very real and make readers to feel the visualization in front. Good ending is given to the book.

Weakness Of The Book:
Story has much fluctuation of interest. At many points, it goes down and does not meet with the originality. The actual turbine doesn't appear with the flow of story. Sometimes it seems story is stretched with unnecessary incidences happened with the main characters. In the second half of the novel, typos appear after every couple of pages. 

Conclusion:
By revealing emotions with very deep feeling, author has presented an awesome book for readers. This book promises best entertainment. Touching the heart of readers, "Her Resurrection" is a platform to communicate with the presence of those women who are really forgotten in the absence of help. It makes readers cry and secures respect in their heart for writer Soumyadeep Koley. Cover page and title completely suits to the narration. If you are seeking to have it as a blend of love story and lust, it will disappoint you.

Reviewing Point:
4 out of 5

Review By:
- Kamal Paneru

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