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|Number of Pages||176 Pages|
Ultimate! The book, especially the longest story ‘Revolver’ squeezed out my emotions. Hats off to the writer Chandan Pandey, who had caught all the emotions in a love story, that too so minutely. No body can expect such thrill in any love story, especially in its written form. It is possible only on silver screen. Interestingly, as we proceed with the story every thing seems real which actually happens in normal life, around us. Rather, he has brought all those things we neglect normally, and had created fantastic stories. Also, there is story 'City public school' which really is admirable, with its unique language and weaving which has some newness in it.
I think Chandan Pandey’s all stories should be published in English too, so that the people can get a taste of his stories in English as well.
This collection is a must read, if one has interest in literature… It will show various angle love- affairs with ups and downs, down falls of values and conflicts of human lives.…
Undermining self is also a temptation particularly when you are planing to give your thought upon something marvelous.
This is a book which is not like reading rather it is like 'talking to self' about one thing. strongly... While I was reading it... everything else was secondary for me... Phone calls, SMS, work... driving back home.
Hindi cannot be replaced by any other language to portray what Chandan did in this book. It leaves you with many questions to which you desperately wanted to know from the very beginning of the stories but when it actually ends in the middle... you realize that answer of all those questions are no longer worthy...
You will not even compel yourself to seek those answers... Niky, Megha... Neelu... what happened to them.... where are they now? are they alive? Read it only to realize how worthless these questions are!