REVIEW OF THE BOOK:- CURTAIN CALL

​In general, curtain call occurs at the end of a performance when individuals return to the stage to be recognized by the audience for their performance.

The book is a stage where we have numerous performers performing with their wonderful piece of creativity. INDEED IT’S A CURTAIN CALL. Each and every story has its own twists and tales. Such beautiful stitching of words in each and every story made me feel absolutely dumbstruck.

The book contains all sorts of genres starting from comedy to tragedy, from truth to lie, from thriller to romance, from train journey to space journey.

If I be very precise would rate the book 41/50.

4 starts out of 5:-)

Here goes the detail:-

1. Originality of the stories-8/10

2. Net emotions in the stories- 7/10

3. Usage of words and phrases- 9/10

4. Possible interpretations of the stories- 8/10

5. The net impact- 9/10

On a further note,

I would like to say the first story A CRIMSON AFFAIR was a mind blowing thriller. Both the characters’ Nadira and Durjan were very interestingly plotted by the author.

the story had a great begining,with a twisting end and a lovely body. I loved the piece of work by RAFAA DALVI.

secondly, HIS LEELA brings out the concept of women empowerment through its plot. Very delicately crafted and well framed.

On a disappointing note, have to say the story ANOTHER CHANCE was of a bit dissapointing.The plot looked shallow. And the story can be well predicted beforehand. The characters’ RIYA AND RITAM were not at all organised.

Besides these, I  loved reading each and every bit of the book.

THANK YOU ALL FOR THE LAST CURTAIN CALL OF THE SHOW.
Reviewed by:-

Sayan basak

2nd year btech:-)

Happy reading:-)

2 Replies to “REVIEW OF THE BOOK:- CURTAIN CALL”

  1. Curtain Call looks interesting even for the people who dont have patience for anthologies like me… Your precise review made me say, “would love to grab a copy”.Good review sayan (y)

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