Touch of Mist Paperback – 10 Oct 2013
About the Author
A blogger and an avid trekker. Deepika Muthusamy enthralls us with her debut novel, Touch of Mist as she captivates her readers by delineating human emotions at its depth. Charming and versatile, she is set out to elucidate her theory of life through her novel. To know more about her, Visit her novel A blogger and an avid trekker. Deepika Muthusamy enthralls us with her debut novel, Touch of Mist as she captivates her readers by delineating human emotions at its depth. Charming and versatile, she is set out to elucidate her theory of life through her novel.
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The story is a sincere depiction of a reality. The main highlight of the story is an attempt to convey the message for the mass with suicidal tendency. Suicide is not the solution for anything. Another highlight is the unbiased character portrayal. She made sure that the positives and negatives of both protagonists are portrayed. I was frankly getting tired lately, due the perfect fairy tale love stories where the lovers are separated by accidents or natural calamities. The relation between Reena and Gautham seems so real. Each and every incident of love and fights are effortlessly rendered. Great care have been given in character build up. Seeing the current trend the story has a potential to become a bestseller if re worked a bit more.
If you are also looking for a realistic love story apart from the perfect lovers' paradise, you will love this book.
I have been following Deepika's blog lately and I feel that she did not use her full potential in the book. A thorough proofreading could have added a star.
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The Chinese could show it as evidence that Indians’ knowledge of English is less than theirs.
Read this book only if you are semi-literate or want to reformat your knowledge of English.
Grade four teachers could possibly use it to ask students to find the maximum number of errors.
The publisher is Cyberwit.net, which has also published the blooper-loaded meandering “Tall man Short Shadow” by Vipin Behari Goyal.
It begins with “I GONNA QUIT”, which should warn you to quit.
The book has “bed-room” and “un-employed” (hyphenated but why?), followed by “wooden, framed photograph” (meaning photo with wooden expressions or photo of blockheads?).
Then comes “She got recruited by one of the top most Multi National Company soon after her graduation.”
On reading “…observed her egg-shaped eye”, I decided this is the story of a one-eyed blockhead with an egg-shaped eye, a tale extruded but not checked, the ideal weapon to kill the British by murdering their language.
I would like to repeat my comment given for The Sixth Gear by Lalith Jain: If there is a single page without errors, it is not due to lack of effort by the author or the editor.
If this book has received any good reviews, I have no comments about those reviewers.