Review of ‘Colours of Life’

Blurb: Rishi is a fun – loving, happy – go – lucky guy with no particular ambition. The professional college changes many things. He gets into all those habits which are perceived negatively by society. He goes so deep into those activities that it starts affecting not only his health but also his studies. During the course he is also acquiring the skill sets which may be useful to him in future. In his bad times he needed the support of his family, friends and girlfriend. The question is …..Does Rishi come out of all that? Does he find any support from family and friends? Does he find the girl of his dream? Does he really learn anything in all those years of highs and lows? Life is going to teach many lessons to him…



It is quoted that with good writing even a bad story can be made presentable and compelling. When I went through the blurb, I prayed for the book to be one of them, but was left rather disappointed. It was a short and mechanical read. After a few pages, I decided to quit any remainder of anticipation with which I commenced my read, and turned pages after pages with increasing monotony. I found the writing to be insipid. It was plain, direct, and devoid of any animation to engage the reader. And the dialogues too were written in a very amateurish way, and lacked realism.

Publisher: Leadstart Publishing

Publication year: 2013

ISBN 13:  9789383562015

ISBN 10: 9383562013

Number of Pages: 107

Stars: 2/5 


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