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Review : The Wedding Trousseau and Other Short Stories

Posted on the 21 June 2015 by Ankuranand
Why do we review? Does the formed and stamped opinion in authority matters so much? May be not. We review things to let people know what that particular things have a bearing on our thoughts so that if you feel connected you can look out for that. You may think that’s kind of promotional review but in any sense that should be unbiased and that is what I’m trying to do with writing the review of “The Wedding Trousseau and Other Short Stories” by Ankita Sharma.
One line review if you seek –“The book is written in a tone of irony and is portrays various social psych in a very engrossing way with a touch of humor.”
What keep me glued to all those all stories is the usage of the plain-simple English to describe the scenes and detailed attentions to the very common things and the soul of book i.e. content which converses with you because each short story symbolizes of a social touches in our lives that you feel must have happened around or with you still breathing a fresh identity into each story.
The Wedding Trousseau and Other Short Stories
So a nice work from a debut writer. What you think about this book. Here is a custom rating just for this book may be you can rate it so that other might find it useful.
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