Sunday, 28 May 2017

#BookReview: Deattached Shades Of Time by Ram Joshi

"Not everyone is meant to walk together, but true love always leads to the path of freedom and timeless bliss."

Deattached The Shades of Time is the debut book by author Ram Joshi. The book was published on 1st June 2017 by Notion The cover page of the book is very simple having an image of a man sitting on a bench. The colours black, yellow and light green have made the cover very soothing and catchy to eyes.

Deattached Shades of Time is a very refreshing story about Olivia, a travel blogger who was left shaken up when she returned from her Europe trip after listening to her mother, Meera who claimed that she lied about her father's death and Olivia failed to distinguish whether it was true or an illusion of Meera's ill mind as doctor indicated the possibility of Alzheimer's.

Deattached Shades of Time is a very heartwarming read written in a very easy and a  simple language. The way the past unfolds in the present is amazing. The author has displayed the myriad of human emotions in a very beautiful way and the characters are very well described. There are various quotes used which have a very deep meaning. Some instances in the book are very heart touching and the author has displayed them very beautifully. A very different love story which changed  my  perspective to see life.  

Overall, a fast paced story having elements of hope and inspiration. It can be easily finished in one sitting. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

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Quotes from the book 

"Sometimes it is just a matter of how you see things" 

"Self-belief is the wing for flying."

"On the stage of life, we are nothing but merely puppets of time"

"Life never brings us to where we want to be. It brings us to where we are meant to be." 

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Born and bought up in Mandvi, a small town of Gujarat, Ram Joshi has vivid childhood memories of hot and cold experiences, which played a crucial role to shape his thought process and the way he writes stories from a completely unique point of view.
Experienced and inspired, Ram believes that a good story helps to touch the human heart and change their lives in a better way.
When he is not around stories, and not watching the sun rise or sun set from his balcony, he likes to visit new places, and play with his son.He is an IT graduate, currently living in the city of Vadodara with his family. He is also working on his next enthralling and thought-provoking story.

*I received a signed copy of the book from the author in exchange of an honest and an unbiased review.

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Monday, 15 May 2017

After a month

Hello Bookworms! 
How are you all? Well this is not any book review. This is a random blog post about why I didn't reviewed any book. So the reason was I was stuck with my exams so was a bit away from reading. But I took out time to read on World Book Day. My exams are going to end and I will resume my reading. I even got some books from my parents. You all also recommend which new book should I start reading. This year I planned to read 50 books and I have already read 20 and I think I am going to cross my challenge of 50 books.

Till then just go and check out my Bookstagram

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