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Book Review: Abyss by Sabarna Roy

Life always beckons with reality and truth however it is seen through the tinted glasses. Every day becomes a challenge in finding the real meaning of life. From his first book, the author has presented all the human-related things and emotions in his five books very intrinsically. In a perfect mixture of fiction and facts, feelings and emotions the concept of life presented by the author seem so true even though some are fictitious.

In the book Abyss, the author pragmatically used a format of storytelling in the form of plays. Abyss is a full-length play in two acts with an interval. It is a crime suspense thriller. The author has presented the characters in a very pleasing manner and holds the grip of the reader’s mind.

What I like:

The interlacing of the scenes and the narration is done in an excellent way.
The way the author has presented about life and various emotions will move the readers.

Characters:

Every character in the story is plotted very well with interesting narration and characterizations.

Narration:

The narration of the story is engaging and interesting.

Language & Grammar:

Flawless language and good grammar are found in the story.

My Final Verdict:

A thought-provoking book with facts of life that move the reader’s mind and leave them with a great experience. The book is apt for all ages and all groups of readers.


Book Title: Abyss
Author: Sabarna Roy
Format: Paperback
Pages: 120
Review by: Swapna Peri
Book Title: 4/5
Book Cover: 3/5
Plot: 4/5
Characters: 4/5
Narration: 3/5
Language & Grammar: 3/5
Final Rating: 4/5

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