Dif­fer­ent Beads of the String by Su­jay ma­lik

by Su­jay Ma­lik

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside - - Hi­mani Gupta

The cover and the ti­tle of the book is so unique and at­trac­tive that it catches your at­ten­tion and pulls you to buy the book and read it. Ev­ery story de­picts the hu­man na­ture and their char­ac­ter which per­fectly matches with the pic­ture of hu­man brain in the cover. While read­ing the sto­ries, you feel ev­ery emo­tion in the book which could not stop you to pull the book down till you fin­ish it. I just loved each story writ­ten in the book by the Au­thor. Whether a girl is mo­lested by the in­flu­en­tial son or a girl had to face the su­per­sti­tions by her fam­ily, or what mys­ter­ies a strange card taught to a bunch of stu­dents all sto­ries were amaz­ing and as a reader, you en­joyed read­ing it. Out of all the sto­ries my fa­vorite story was “Pushed into the cor­ner”. The way a girl and tack­led the per­son who mo­lested her was sim­ply as­ton­ish­ing. I re­ally en­joyed the writ­ing style of Su­jay Ma­lik. The way he had ex­plained the in­ci­dents in each story clearly de­picts the hu­man char­ac­ters and you could re­late to ev­ery story. As a reader, I could feel the emo­tions in each story which com­pletely touched my heart. All the best Su­jay for a won­der­ful col­lec­tion. I would love to read more from you.

About the Book: A de­light­ful col­lec­tion of sto­ries span­ning the past, the present and the fu­ture, rang­ing from vil­lages to cities, from the mun­dane to the ex­tra­or­di­nary, from ex­ter­nal events and so­ci­etal norms to in­ter­nal con­flicts, con­fronta­tions and catharses of char­ac­ters, Dif­fer­ent Beads of the Same String prom­ises an in­ter­est­ing jour­ney set in con­tem­po­rary In­dian so­ci­ety.

About the Au­thor: A char­tered Ac­coun­tant cou­pled with a de­gree in law and com­merce, Su­jay Ma­lik hails from a fam­ily of le­gal pro­fes­sion­als. With a pas­sion for writ­ing, his in­ter­est lies in short sto­ries, cou­plets, four-lin­ers, and poems. From time to time, he also dab­bles with poems and verses in Hindi. His sto­ries re­flect hu­man char­ac­ter with all it’s con­di­tion­ing, strength, and frail­ties.

Sum­mary: Book: Dif­fer­ent Beads of the String Publisher: No­tion Press

Verdict: ☆☆☆☆ A col­lec­tion of short sto­ries with a very unique ti­tle that at­tracts you to read the book. All sto­ries are so in­ter­est­ing with twists and turns that will surely steal your heart. A must-read book.

In her own words: I am Hi­mani Gupta, By pro­fes­sion, I am an HR Man­ager work­ing in Ben­galuru. Read­ing is my hobby which led me to write re­views for my read­ers. I have read and re­viewed nu­mer­ous books so far. Ro­hit is my fa­vorite writer as far as writ­ing is con­cerned and I wait for his books to read. If you wish to get your book re­viewed, do feel free to con­tact me.

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