Top critical review
31 December 2019
Love Letters With Spelling Mistakes revolves around the women lives in a society where they face infinity unvoiced challenges in India. The book did ring out the nuances of their silences throughout. And I loved the way of how did she handle the subtleties of their emotions they hide and confide out of their zones.
Here in this book, The Most of the issues discussed are about Female infanticide, inequality, gender bias and the things that'd often go unrecognised by even the women who involve in our life in names of logic, or at least we claim so. These eight short stories are formatted in different premises that have different climates and consequences. It is a thought-provoking, very well written and fast-paced book.
She has embraced every story as a unique one and made sure to deliver the message to the victims who stick to the social stigma. And she did ring out loud if they were silently slam-dunking the laid norms. While urging the people in our society to act accord to help them identify their value, she substantiated their insecurities. I am sure this book will appeal to the readers who interests in the women empowerment-based.