Author: Nanda Pavaday
Publisher: The Write Order Publications
•not all stories start with Once Upon a Time…•
Our parents always tell us about their days, the fun they had and how there were limited resources back then.
My mother always shares how they all waited for the show Mahabharata on weekends and how they would never miss a single scene and would wait for the next episode to be aired.
I enjoyed discussing this book with my parents! It’s book 28 of 2023 and is a perfect coffee table book.
Tizistwar nou pays – Tales of Simpler Times by Nanda Pavaday is a collection of 24 short stories that will take you down the memory lane and will remind you of the most precious phase of life, Childhood.
Reading this book has its own experience. With impressive illustrations, it’s a delightful read that brings back many memories and the time when people were happy with what they had, the little things that made difference in their lives and how nothing was at our fingertips like today.
As the blurb says, this book is like the good old charcoal stove of yore around which people gathered to warm up while sharing their stories and thoughts about life.
Interestingly written, with a crisp descriptive narrative, author Nanda Pavadey takes us on an emotional roller coaster ride with these stories. The stories are to the point and one could relate to them so well. It will surely bring that smile on the face of the readers. What I loved most is that the stories feels so real.
The simplicity and richness in his words, his effort to share about the good old days and how life was, the memories people remain attached to, the places, moods, habits, people and the moments in that time.
Candidly narrated, crisp descriptive writing style, author Nanda Pavadey takes us on an emotional roller coaster ride with these stories. The stories are to the point and one could relate to them so well. It will surely bring that smile on the face of the readers. What I loved most is that the stories feel so real. Stories like A mother’s heart, mother’s day, Cyclone warning, The Bus Terminal are my favourite stories from the book.
It’s a light, comforting read that you will love. Must add to your coffee table reads!
The book Tizistwar nou pays is a bit like the good old charcoal stove of yore around which people gathered to warm up, while sharing stories, jokes and thoughts about life. This collection of 24 tizistwars will bring back to you the nostalgic feeling of these memories that have remained attached to people, places, moods and habits of the past, and to moments in time.
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