Rolling in the dark: Pooja Upadhyaya Mishra – Book Review

You have to learn to create a balance.

Author: Pooja Upadhaya Mishra
Publisher: Notion Press
Rating: 3/5

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Rolling in the Dark by Pooja Upadhaya Mishra is a story of Meera, who struggle for her Daughter, for her dreams. The story is Based in the small town of Bihar Dholakpur and Vemali. The story of Meera who’s life has completely changed after her marriage.

The book celebrated  Motherhood, Struggle and Dreams. The plot of the story is simple and Interesting. The way the author described each and every emotion is commendable. The simple narration and engaging writing style make it a good read.

The story is fast-paced with a smooth flow which keeps the reader hooked to the story. One can totally relate to the story from the very first page.  The author expressed each and every event in detail. The way she sequenced each and every event is excellent. The story strongly emphasizes on the spirit of never giving up.

From Meera’s childhood to her daughter’s childhood, the journey is described in a brilliant way. The theme of love, desire, loss, a relationship is set well with the beautiful backdrop of Bihar. The characters of the story are strong and appealing. I loved Ira’s Meera, and Diya’s characters the most. They are strong and played a vital role in the story.

The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is Lucid. The sequence of the events was pleasant.  the cover and the title of the book is apt. There’s a lot of drama and Dialogue with keeps the reader invested in. It’s like a complete Bollywood movie. I loved the mother-daughter bond.

A crisp writing style, interesting plot, strong characters makes it a wonderful read.

It’s a quick and light read that you can finish it in a few hours.

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Summary:

Trapped in the vicious circle of life, the small town ambitious girl let brutality rain on her for days and years. What made her endure all of it without a word? Love? Society? Values? No. She had seen an alluring road at the end of the deleterious tunnel – her daughter.

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  1. Desmond Senagupta

    It’s a beautiful book of a journey of a woman who is caught in a vicious cycle of life for her existence from being a pampered daughter to a housewife of a Wimpy husband

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