LoFi - Mash-Ups by Amit - Book Marathon Book 2

Travelling is a delightful experience for voyage lovers. We go through bumps, curves, her music, have random conversations and have come unexpected events in between. Love mashup is a book that gives you similar ecstasy. It is a 122-page long pure delight.


This is primarily a book of musings, the majority are poetries. The author speaks his heart out through the books. The poems are his medium of conversing about everything. What impressed me the most is the feministic ideology of a male. He talks uninhibitedly about the societal judgements faced by a woman, who is in love, who is working, who is opinionated and what not.



The book has an unconventional structure. For someone who indulgence in the reading experience provided by the book, this is indeed a bumpy ride. The random conversations in the book should be adapted into quotes. Sharing two of them for my readers.
                             

The conversation between the cactus and the butterfly is beautiful and one of my favourite ones. There are a few Hindi poems but for the ease of the readers, the author has given the translated version as well. The frame of the book gives an impression of a diary. I see it as journey of  life as the author deals with many social issues as well. A few illustrations in the book are breathtakingly well put together.

Comments

  1. feministic ideology of a male---- This line I liked the most. Aside you know how beautifully you describe a book in nutshell

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  2. Is there any symbolic or hidden meaning in that conversation between the cactus and butterfly? It seems very interesting.

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  3. Thank you for providing snippets of his work.. Gave an insight.

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  4. The conversation between cactus and the butterfly is intriguing... would like to read this book to know more about it

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  5. I'm not a fan of poetries but this poems are really amazing. Mainly the idea behind the book

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  6. Really loved the idea of this book, sych an unique writing.

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  7. I am trying to read the poetry genre so I think this might be a good read for me. Great post RakhiπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ’–.

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  8. I love reading poetry book so gonna read this one and the conversation between butterfly and cactus is interesting.

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  9. I love reading poetry book so gonna read this one and the conversation between butterfly and cactus is interesting.

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  10. Such a lovely insights you have shared. It has become so easy now to read this book.

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  11. Such a lovely insight on this book..woul love to have a read

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  12. I am not in to poetry much .. but would love to have a read ❤️

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  13. I am not a big fan of reading random musings, prefer fiction and definite stories. However the conversation between the cactus and the butterfly definitely caught my fancy.

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  14. I didn't hear about this book! But it seems interesting. The conversation between the cactus and the butterfly: I just found this line cute and adorable idk why!

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  15. I need to read this after reading your reviews...I am big poetry person would love to read as well as write☺️πŸ˜€

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  16. This book looks intriguing . Feminist ideology of a male and conversation between cactus and butterfly makes it an interesting read for sure.

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  17. I really liked the concept of book marathon. and it is great that you are sharing different interesting books with this series. though I am not much in poetry books reading but this one sounds really interesting.

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  18. This seems like a book I'll definitely enjoy. I'm curious what a cactus and butterfly would talk about! Feminist ideologies of a male would be interesting to read.

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  19. Thanks for sharing about this book. Would like to explore more. Like this idea of a book marathon.

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  20. Interesting idea. I haven't read a book that's part musing and part poetry, but with me in a reading challenge right now.. I could try this.

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  21. From your review, this book sounds like an interesting read. Though I am not a very big fan of poetries I like reading books that connects to traveling. Thanks for sharing about this book.

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  22. I have not read much of poetry but these insights into these set of poetries is so wonderful. Love how interestingly it is portrayed between the cactus and butterfly.

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  23. You have inspired me to read this one in detail. The idea of reviewing through snapshot is great.
    - Ujjwal Mishra MywordsMywisdom

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  24. very interesting..'Self awareness is the journey i like" has lots of depth to it. Thank you for sharing this review. i am not much into poetry reading but this sure sounds interesting gping by your review.

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  25. Looks like a different yet interesting read. I enjoy reading such musings. So will definitely check this one out.

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  26. This book looks interesting. I am a fan of hindi poetry and reading them with the metaphors is going to be fun . Reading author experience in different writing forms will give us a n entire idea of the author's perspective.

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  27. This book looks so intresting and now I am also curious to read the conversation between the cactus and butterfly!!

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  28. This year I'm planning to read some books on poetry and thanks to your recommendation I now have a book to read.

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  29. Woah! I am really tempted to try this book now. It's format sounds really intriguing. Thanks for sharing your views about it.

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  30. Such an interesting snippet. I was glued till the end and tempted to get my hands on this one. The butterfly and the cactus story was compelling but i need to know more about it

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  31. Although I am not much into poetry, this books sounds interesting and I would surely give it a read. The mention of cactus and butterflies sound quite different.

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  32. Musings sounds interesting. I liked the play of words in the snippet you shared. .
    Cactus and butterfly, just the name makes it sound intriguing.

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  33. Seems to be an intriguing read. I am curious to know what Cactus and Butterfly have been conversing about in this book.

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  34. Conversation between cactus and butterfly... seems interesting, would like to know more about book❤️

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  35. Feminist ideology of a male! Seems like an interesting read. I am definitely going ahead to buy this out. Interesting review

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  36. Such a interesting blog it is. I am not a fan of poetry, but thia blog post changed my view about it. Interesting review and would love to know more.

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  37. Wow...after long time I came across such a beautiful piece of poetry.. cactus and butterfly sounds interesting..loved it.@blisslife

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  38. Wow this seems an interesting book... I like poetry so I will definitely read this. Thanks for this amazing book review

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  39. Conversation between cactus and butterfly... seems interesting, would like to know more about book❤️

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  40. Interesting idea. Would love to read. As I am into love novels n books. M sure this is my kind of book....thanks for sharing

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