•If you have a dream, never say that you CANNOT do it because you are heartbroken or whatever the hell your excuse is. Just CHOOSE to do it.•
@abhimanyu_jamwal_ Abimanyu Jamwal’s Saat is a collection of 7 short stories that will leave you stunned.
The stories dance on a thin line between reality and fantasy, based on various themes, it’s a perfect blend of drama, mystery, adventures and a CHOICE.
I loved the theme of each story. Each story has a mind-blowing plot, an unexpected twist and a lesson to learn. Crisply narrated with a gripping writing style, Abhimanyu with words takes readers to the world of CHOICES! Yes you read it right!
Each story is based on the theme of making a Choice.
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From attending an open mic with a stranger to kaal giving the power to go back to time to Jatayu who wanted a Pigeon who lived in a bunker, to a girl who got a lucrative offer and with other brilliant stories, this book is perfect for all those who enjoy reading dark, mysterious stories.
Each story has a perfect blend, an unexpected climax and surprising twists for the readers. It’s a bit slow-paced and a heavy read but it’s worth it.
One could relate to the characters and the situations of each story. The stories are perfect and to the point leaving readers with a strange feeling. A hundred Fathoms above and The opener are my favourite stories.
With an intriguing narrative and entertaining writing style, it’s an amazing read that you must not skip especially if you love reading dense stories.
SAAT is a collection of 7 short stories. Stories that dance on the thin line between reality and fantasy. Stories that will leave a strange taste in your mouth. Strange taste with question mark as one of the flavours. 1. What if you could go back in time, but you only had 2 minutes? What would you do? 2. What if a pigeon could resolve the Kashmir issue? 3. What if you needed blood on your hands to write a best seller? 4. What if your sibling took everything you liked; your toys, your food, your lover? 5. What if in 2040 dreams come true and the truth, is nothing but a dream? 6. What if your life was a poem? Will it be a happy one? 7. What if there was such a thing as the perfect breakup?
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