Sounak's Love Stories by Dr. Kisholoy Roy- Book Review


Sounak's Love Stories by Dr. Kisholoy Roy- Book Review


 Sounak is an ordinary person with a below-average job living an even average life. How would his love life be?

Sounak meets many women at different stages of his life. Every time he thinks tha he will grow old with her but the climax of the brief romantic endeavors would be different. Why would it be so? The author would tell the readers.

The plot seems connected to reality. The author has given an anecdote of even the fleeting flings of the protagonist. The imperfection of the protagonist is the highlight of the book as of late the books are all about the abounding perfection of the protagonists. Notwithstanding the sketch of Sounak's family background, the characters of his family members, friends, and girlfriends are not given ample space to develop.

The style of narration is vernacular and hence there is much ardor and innocence prevalent in the book but the same gives an amateurish shade to the book. The third-person narration could have been in the first person to justify the narrative. One round of developmental editing would make the book two notches higher.

I recommend this book if you are looking for a simple, uncomplicated read which gives you a breeze of positivity.

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