Author: Nikita Singh | Genre: Short Stories | Pages: 268
A young couple decides to die together when they are old, but when it’s time, one of them isn’t done living. A child fosters plants in a month-long challenge. A woman makes a desperate attempt to rescue her brother from his demons. A groom-to-be meets a green-eyed fairy the night before the wedding. A son vows to connect with his father after his mother’s death. In this dazzling collection of short fiction, bestselling author Nikita Singh explores the secret inner lives of her characters as they grapple with love, loss, grief and mental health.
Written in an engaging style, and in a simple language, these short stories are life snippets of fictionalized people in different scenarios of life. The author has explored the secret inner lives of her characters as they grapple with love, loss, grief and mental health
We all are two different people and this fact couldn’t have been better portrayed. These stories tug at your heart with their simplicity and spark. They talk about these little secret nuances of one’s character with a cleverness that is rare.
These stories stay with you, because at some level you will relate with the characters, and you will be left feeling them your own long after you’re done reading the book. These are no outstanding tales or extraordinary out of the box, but still manage to probe you, and help you get to know yourself a little better.
‘What Do You See When You Look In The Mirror’ is a light read that can lift your mood on a rough day. Worth a try for any age group of readers.
P.S: I received a review copy from the publisher but the review remains unbiased.
Happy reading till we meet next. Until then, carpe diem!