Seven Sixes are Forty Three by Kiran Nagarkar- Review


Book Name          - Seven Sixes are Forty Three
 Author                 - Kiran Nagarkar
 Publisher              - HarperPerennial
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Review

To portray the deepest human emotions is the toughest job for a writer. Kiran Nagarkar proved to be the master of the art through the book 7643. 

The plot unravels with a suicide. The first chapter sets a deep impact of a mystery thriller but later transforms for a literary fiction. The story of Kushank Purandare will stay with the readers forever. The pain of reality is sure to mark the name of the author in golden letters in the history of literature.

The book and the characters are above time and demographics. The relationships and how they develop is relatable in any era. The volatile narration hooks the readers to the book. It is brutally honest and painfully soothing. The characterization is the highlight of the book. Each character is crafted such that the authenticity is preserved throughout. 

The plot is unconventional and classic. It takes us through differences incidents and experiences in the life of Kushank. How he deals with different situations differently makes the book a quintessential literary fiction and the detail analysis of the book makes it more or less a philosophical fiction.

The book is definitely not an easy read. One should take time to actually sit down and read the book. 

Verdict

Scenario:   4.5 /5
Narration    :  4.5 /5
Character   :   4.5/5
Entertainment Quotient: 4.5/5

This review is in return of a free book from the publisher  



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