Wednesday, 11 February 2015

BOOK REVIEW : RAPESCARS... They never heal by Gaurav Sharma

Review :- 
I m inspired by writer's method for composing and portraying the story 

The creator has conveyed the message obviously 

The ladies can relate it to themselves, the emotions 

Assaults occur in each general public. It is an illness of wiped out mentality. In our general public especially, we comprehend the sex connection to a great extent as sexual connection amongst man and lady. 

"RAPESCARS" is an assault survivor's point of view. Take after an announced instance of assault nearly. You will discover that in our nation getting assault is a lesser experience than battling for the equity. 

The book begins with Akriti, the protagonist, a youthful school young lady, is assaulted and experiences every one of the monstrosities a lady in India experiences in the wake of turning into the casualty of such a shocking wrongdoing. 

Her protest isn't effortlessly acknowledged at the police headquarters. Because of her dad's impact, she gets the opportunity to put an objection and push ahead with therapeutic examination where she is subjected to the shocking 'two finger test'. On the off chance that that wasn't sufficient, her notoriety is scarred in court. At long last, when it is the ideal opportunity for judgment, she asks for a supplication. What is it? Also, why is it made? Is it true that she was fruitful?

On a whole, its a good read.
My Ratings: 4/5

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