The vibrant colour and the inverted commas go well with the title and the concept of the book. The language used is very subtle, clear and easy to understand. Very vivid arena of topics is chosen which will keep the reader entertained throughout. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes but these are compensated by the story put forward by Kumar Ganesan. Words of different languages are used in between to give the stories more regional and personalized feel. “Make up and Made up” and “Real Men Cry” were two stories which struck out of the entire lot for me. It is a quick read so you can cuddle with it on a lazy Sunday morning and be done with it in two hours or so. Storywallah, as the title suggests, is a collection of short stories. Every story demonstrates a different aspect of life very closely related to real incidences. These stories range from taboo-breaking, women empowerment, inspirations and travelogue. Read Storywallah for entertainment broken down in various tales.