Sunday, 2 March 2014

BOOK REVIEW: Emotions Unplugged by Vishal Anand

The first story “ A DAY BEFORE MY DIVORCE” :  The story as the name propose spins around Vikram and Disha are on skirt of getting divorce yet destiny has chosen something else.A sweet sentimental read and decent ending,as it unquestionably adds a pleasant begin to the book. 
The second story “LET’S TURN OLDIES”:  The story is about and old person instructing lesson to youngster.It has pleasant idea to it however I felt the story was too short felt somewhat less of feelings. 

The third story “THEFT”:  As the name propose the story is about a young lady who takes cash, yet there is a bend in end.Though the story is exceptionally pleasant I discovered it an extremely unexpected consummation and couple of things were left hanging. 
The fourth story “GRANNY’S LAST GIFT OF LOVE” :  It's an account of a person who is approached to join his uncle for the treatment of his Granny.It's a wonderful touching story thus far my faviourite.A story totally loaded with feelings. 
The fifth story “THE FIRST LOVE” : The story spins around a person who began to look all starry eyed at in school and modest person who couldn't have the guts to propose the young lady he adores yet destiny has something unique put away for them.It is a delicate charming bubbly romantic tale with a decent closure 
The sixth story “THE IMPOSSIBLE TRUTH”: The story spins around Madhu and his past.The story could make anticipation however I didn't loved its ending.I needed to realize what occurred after reality got delighted. 
The seventh story “A COUNTRY WITH 27 OTHER COUNTRIES” :  The story is about an outsider and his visit to India and what all does he discover here.It has a message in the story. 

The eighth story “AFTER COLLEGE” : It's an anecdote about a young lady who gets hitched and about her obligations and what all progressions she needed to experience after her college.The story is exceptionally decent, pleasant feelings summoned. 
The ninth story “ONE WILD NIGHT” :  The story helps me to remember Hindi Proverb 'Jaise ke saath taisa' .I completely adored it,it's amusing It will influence you to snicker .  .
The tenth story “AND GOD SAID YES!”: It's an anecdote about couple who is expecting their first tyke and the young ladies mother being casteist.I adored the story yet i was disillusioned as my book had half page print missing. 

The eleventh story “THE VEILED GIRL”:The story spins around a person who is infatuated with a young lady whose eyes can just been seen.It's a sweet sentimental story I adored the mystery and the closure. 

The twelfth story “THE GROOM”: The story spins around a young lady who has quite recently given her last year graduation exam and her family needs to wed her off abandoning her ambitions.The story demonstrates the old Indian mentality.Overall a decent read. 
The thirteenth story “THE MISUNDERSTANDING”: Its an account of two companion where one wishes birthday to other and the reacts inconsiderately and afterward comes sepration.It is a story to think, and has message that at whatever point you get into battle with your companions leave your go aside and get out the misconception. 
The fourteenth story “FLOWERS OF HOPE”: The story is about a young lady who goes over a child and what she needs to go through.Its a heart touching story. 

The fifteenth story “KARMA RETURNS”:  Its an account of a rich spoilt whelp who wind up doing an awful deed and after that Karma returns.Its a decent tension story.A pleasant read however. 

this is the first book of author, Vishal has possessed the capacity to advance every one of the feelings required in this book.I have adored the first , fourth , fifth ,ninth and 14th.The best piece of the book is he has gathered some wonderful musings of various individuals, which are well-suited for each story. My most loved lines 
“Sometimes I drop my spoon” said the little boy.
“I do that too,” said the old man.
The little boy whispered, “I wet my pants”.
“I do that too,” laughed the little old man.
“I often cry” said the little boy.
The old man nodded. “So do I”
“But the worst of all” said the boy.
“It seems grownups don’t pay attention to me.”
And he felt the warmth of a wrinkled old hand.
“I know what you mean,” said the little old man.
The Downpart of the book was the stories in the first-half had a bigger number of feelings than in other.Then the tenth story had a half page absent and two little short story separated from that a decent read.
Ratings: 3/5

1 comment:

  1. What's up with the copying? Asshole!