The loneliness Remains !
Author: Sindhu Rajasekaran
Publisher: Vanguard Press
So I Let It Be by Sindhu Rajasekaran is a story of Khayal, Mehr, Suggi and Kalki. It’s about their journey of love, loss and more. Witness these beautiful stories by Sindhu.
These are the Short stories that revolve around the lives of Khayal, Mehr, Suggi and Kalki. I loved how the stories started. One can relate to the book from the very first page. The plot of each story is different and amazingly full of twists.
The stories revolve around themes like love, loss, friendship, suspense. The events sequenced by the author are simply outstanding. Out of all the stories, Khayal’s story is my favourite. The narration of the stories is crisp and relatable.
The language used by the author is simple and relatable. The writing style of the author is Lucid and gripping. One can relate to everything from this book. The way the author portrayed stories is strong and commendable. The way the characters are developed is just amazing.
It’s a bit heavy read and a slow-paced book with lots of emotions. The strong characters have a vital impact on the reader. Each story has its own depth keeping the reader hooked throughout. The suspense elements that are wonderful.
The cover of the book could have been much better. The Summary of the book is impressive.
Overall, It’s a good book full of mystery, suspense and Love.
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Kayal is a young girl on the cusp of womanhood. She moves to a new neighbourhood in her small village. She meets and befriends the mysterious and unconventional Damini, who turns her world upside down.
Mehr is a conventional woman, married to Ahmed who cares for her but cannot communicate with her. Mehr’s life changes after a short trip to Paris. What is the price we pay for freedom and what is freedom, when we get it?
Suggi is sentenced to burn for witchcraft but she does not know that the evil Kadru has no intention of going anywhere.
Computer technician Kaliki has come to America from India to escape the clutches of her culture and all its expectations. Yet is she any different from the computers she programmes?
In this short story collection, the themes of love, loss of individuality, madness, and an overwhelmingly poignant and profound sense of saudade are explored. Where do you go to find yourself if everything you are is a product of something else?