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Fiction with a tinge of reality – The Urban Elgff – Book Review

Author: The Urban Elfff
Publisher: Writer’s Pocket

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Summary

The stories that the author shared must have been part of our lives or we must have all witnessed them in some way. Each of them is relatable and up to the point. All the stories are smooth-paced with simple language and a gripping writing style. I loved how the author beautifully expressed the emotions.

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A collection of short stories that will make you think about making decisions. Yes, a cocktail of hopes and errors, this book will teach you to not settle for anything less than you deserve. It will teach you to fight for the right thing, will teach you to never lose hope, to never give up and most importantly to respect every relationship in your life.

I loved how each story has something to teach. From an intriguing plot and engaging narration, each story conveys an important message. The way the author shared the learnings from each story at the end is commendable.

The stories that the author shared must have been part of our lives or we must have all witnessed them in some way. Each of them is relatable and up to the point. All the stories are smooth-paced with simple language and a gripping writing style. I loved how the author beautifully expressed the emotions.

Unrealistic Boundaries, Leisurely Misery, no more birthday cakes are my favourite stories. Not to forget Love always, mom was my favourite part of the book. Not to forget the interesting title and cover. A simple, light and intriguing book that you must pick up.

Summary:

The short stories are a cocktail of human errors, hardihood & belief. Every story is inspired by the choices and compromises made by humans across generations. The theme revolves around layered preferences, defective taboos, leisurely misery, unrealistic boundaries, certain impermanence, deglobalisation & more.

The ultimate goal of mankind is to be happy, the book insists you to not settle for anything less than that.

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