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Raisha Lalwani, a reader by day and a writer by night, is a content homemaker. Her passion for writing started at an early age and has been growing since. After being trained as a singer in classical Hindustani music, she later went on to get a Master’s in International Business. She has lived in Mumbai, Jaipur, Delhi and Dubai. Her need to pen things down has lead to her debut novel, The Diary on the Fifth Floor. A fine line between fact and fiction, this book is a collection of short stories in the form of diary entries.
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The world needs a change, the world needs better humans. It's our choices that defies whether the world will become better or more chaotic. Choose wisely.
The cover of the book is pretty and however it takes courage to pen down the growing issues, the plot could have been written more beautifully
▶️ I loved the concept. Very unique and different plot.
▶️ Loved the way of narration. It’s simple and we can easily connect with language and so with the emotions of the book.
▶️ I liked the way its is written in diary form. That has attracted me a lot.
▶️ Page turner. I finished it in a single day because couldn’t put it down once I started.
▶️ End was unpredictable and very emotional and heart touching. I really loved that part and especially that letter is wonderfully written.
▶️ Mental health is very sensitive issue nowadays and people usually feel shy before visiting psychiatrist so any book related to such topics, should be read and encouraged. That can works as self help and also can spread awareness regarding mental health.
▶️ And at last I loved the every entry/story written in diary. That shows bitter reality of the society and its impact on people. So that part is really touchy.
▶️ Overall I loved it. Recommended!!
The story revolves around a girl named Sairah khan , who has been troubled by the nature of mankind . She had lost hope in every single thing and has taken whole lot of negativity . Though she overcomes some of the negativity , but still isn't ensured about it . .
The best part of a book is , when you feel indulged in changing pages after pages , and they stay too with you . Isn't it ?
This book was like that , it will enforce you to read till the end . And I personally felt that the book was totally emotionally touched . .
The writing was pure , mysterious and makes you feel that ," yes you read something you are not going to forget or you cannot forget " .
The writing was in simple and lucid manner , so that every person can feel the emotions, feeling of sorrow . .
Even the first page made me more happy when it says :- "DO WE LIKE WHAT WE HAVE BECOME? "
By Raisha Lalwani @raishalalwani *Pages: 167
*Price: ₹295 @rupa_publications @vinfluencers *Genre: Fiction
The story is about Savannah who is trying to face her demons; desperately trying to find a way out; trying to save herself from her own dark world.
Her diary has her deepest thoughts which she is scared to share with anyone else.
She does reach out.
Dr. Rama Berry has all the solutions for her.
What does Rama Berry know that the rest of the world does not know what has been written in the diary of Savannah?
Destiny plays a cruel part in the end when the roles of the saviour and the victim gets exchanged.
✔️The writing style is smooth and engaging
✔️Different aspects of life has been portrayed well in the diary entries
✔️The angst one feels towards the so called injustices has been depicted well
✔️The characters especially that of Dr Berry is well built up
✔️Mental health is the main focus which O really appreciate to start with
*Some things not to expect:
❕Not a thriller/mystery theme as is expected from the blurb
❕Somehow the different stories touch different sensitive issues, you might feel totally helpless as in real life while reading some such stories
❕Not a horror story as it seems from the cover
❕The diary as mentioned in the title is relevant though it is not the thread to the main plot.
Overall, this was a good read. *Rating: 4/5🌟