Book– Figmented Reality
Previous Works– Debut Novel
Publishers– Frog Books( Leadstart Publishing )
Number Of Pages– 162
Buy The Book at– http://amzn.to/2mjz553
Addiction blurs our hold on reality; people say. But what if addiction becomes our reality? Siddharth had a fair few addictions in his wake. The challenge now was to differentiate between the ideal world and the real world. Will Siddharth be able to overcome his addictions and find true love. Or is it just another addiction? This book is not a biography of the author but is written in a way that author is the protagonist.
Most of us are addicted to something in our lives, be it alcohol, drugs, social media, smartphone, television, people etc, same was the case with Siddharth, he was addicted to something that is taboo in our country.
He had his reasons for that and those were rather unfortunate, his addiction led him to a rehab and that’s where he was united with another addiction, her.
She was out of his league due to various inappropriate reasons and still his heart thumped faster around her.
He tried coming closer to her and in the process ruined things with her and along with it lost his sanity as well.
Will Siddharth ever succeed in his love life or will the story be twisted into something more dangerous and malicious?
Read Figmented Reality to find out.
The author has chosen a bold topic to write about and the book would be a great help to anyone who is facing the same trouble in life.
The book is written in very simple and easy to grasp language and that makes it readable for a vast number of readers.
The story is fast paced and well executed, without wasting any pages in providing unnecessary information. The author has kept it on the track.
In addition to the good story, the author provides some life lessons at the start of every chapter and though it is not boring at all, those who find it boring can easily skip to the part as there is no philosophy anywhere else except the first page of a chapter.
Cover- 2 stars
Title- 4 stars
Blurb- 2 stars
Plot- 3.5 stars
Writing and Presentation- 3 stars
Overall rating- 3 out of 5 stars
The book though good in all ways but the things that attract a reader to buy a book are a good cover and a good blurb and sadly speaking, Figmented Reality needs a lot of work on it’s cover to make it eye catching and the blurb doesn’t do justice to the plot.
The book might not be appreciated by those who are not of open minds.
Reviewed By– Banaja Prakashini
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