Title: The Full Circle
Author: Namrata Gupta
Publisher: Srishti Publishers
Publishing Date: 10th July 2018
My Rating: 3 stars
Aditya, a traveller who loves exploring different places was in Darjeeling for her next expedition. There he stayed as a pain guest at Mrs. Anita’s residence and that’s where he met Zinnia, a Darjeeling local girl who doesn’t seem to like travellers much.
Aditya has been portrayed as an optimistic character who loves to spread happiness and be cheerful even when there is no one for him to look back. Zinnia, on the other side, was quiet and doesn’t even steps out from her place. Later, they befriended and grew fond of each other. The book afterward explores Zinnia’s past and Aditya’s role in keeping all in check.
The book has a little tinge of mystery which was turning into an exciting read but that part ended too soon. Eventually, it’s a good short light-hearted read.
What wasn’t Good
- The writing is simple and plain but could have been better with detailed narration. The story was far too short limiting only to the conversations and brief explanations. The comprehensive account could have given the aura of a novel.
- The book was hurried in its later part giving an impression of the haste of ending the book in a few pages only.
The book is an easy breezy read with only one twenty-two pages. The book could be read while travelling to shorter places or in the middle of a long book for a change. It’s a quick and short read.
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