Book Review | Life in different colours | Pratik P Sharda

“Book Description”

If one can safely assume something, many of us who love reading are unable to do so due to lack of time to read a full novel running into a number of pages.
Life in Different Colours offers the readers short and captivating stories, which focus on some facets of life as seen by the author, woven into a world of fiction. Each story in this book can be read within a maximum of thirty to forty minutes.
But that is not all. The author hopes that, through his imagination captured in these stories, these stories will not only make for a good read but also help the readers in some manner.


If life is a canvas then emotions, dreams, passion, opinions, values, lessons, drama, perception, phases are its colours and all these colours makes life meaningful.

“Life in Different Colours” is the collection of 12 short stories, each one true to its title deals with different aspects and phases of life. Each one different and meaningful in its own way. It is a portrait of our human fragility and emotions.
▶️The book is held together by delicate simplicity that author tells with light touch and lots of heart. Between psychology, opinions, passions, family drama, romance, lessons, values there are multiple threads here. It’s a feel good, exciting, enjoyable with a moving charisma. Of course not all stories are convincing but on the whole, it’s an interesting and comforting book.

Author did a great job in keeping the tone resolutely optimistic and inspirational, yes there is grief but it never gets grim. Bottling up many stories in one book is a difficult task but author did it with grace and compassion.
The author creates the cocktail of life colours and celebrates it with sheer honesty and simplicity.

It’s exciting, colourful, emotions and 100% more enjoyable!

Ratings :- 3.5/5

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