Till death do us part,
Said they, and let life fall apart…
Author: Saugata Chakraborty
Publisher: Notion Press
THEY GO TO SLEEP by Saugata Chakraborty is a collection of short stories of a story!. A wonderful story of a young widow who disappeared from Goa. What will happen next?
It’s a book with a wonderful story. The plot of the story is interesting full of twists and turns. The narration of the story is crisp and up to the point. Themes like crime, thriller, mystery, politics are used by the author making the story more appealing.
The language used by the author is simple. One can connect to the story well. The crisp and gripping writing style again made the story engaging keeping the reader hooked throughout.
The characters that the author made are strong and keeps the reader invested in. It’s a short book with some amazing twists. I liked how the author sequenced the events.The cover and the title of the story is impressive.
It’s a wonderful story with an amazing plot, and a quick read too. A book for all the those who love reading mystery. Waiting for more books from the author.
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A young widow of a drug overdose victim disappears from Goa. Three years later, a British National claims to know her whereabouts minutes before departing for London Heathrow. The Police of two states is pressed into a joint manhunt. ‘They Go to Sleep’ is a racy thriller on police procedure and criminal psychology.
In the year 2043, when nobody sends a letter anymore, an unlikely candidate decides to write about his springtime memories that are soon going to be erased. When his identity gets revealed, the impact on several individuals and the society at large assumes epic proportions. ‘A Man of Letters’ is a science fiction with humane emotions at its core.
A promising poet meets his muse on board a train. They share a captivating conversation but forget to ask each other’s name. Will they be able to meet again in an Indian metro? ‘What’s In a Name?’ is a humorous look at everything Bengali: gossip, fish, cutlets and the Kolkata Book Fair.
These three stories are joined by nine equally exhilarating tales of ordinary people and the choices that they make under extraordinary circumstances. The compilation will surely compel the readers to keep their midnight lamps burning.