Handwritten Letters In The Bookstore by Rimple | Book Review

How often have you encountered simplicity drawing inspiration from the flowing melodies of reminiscence?

Those songs you’ve grown up with.. those melodies that reminds you of your childhood days. When those memories are served to you in a book, that’s flawlessly reserved only for appreciation. You’re up for a beautiful journey.
As every journey is incomplete without music, so is this book.

The story of Rajvir and his uneventful life, and how a letter he finds in a book while visiting a bookstore changes everything. From a single letter, to a series of them. From just reading these letters, to writing replies to them and eventually getting attached to the person who’s writing them.
The author’s take on decorating the conversations between Rajvir and the mysterious writer can’t get any better. How Rajvir’s monotonous life gets sparks of self-discovery, how he’s creating his own chords of happiness in his life.

The concept is experimental, unique and full of suprises. But the research, dedication that’s behind the concept gets it appreciated from all literary dimensions.

Author: Rimple Sanchla

Publishers: Notion Press, Inc.

Language: English

My rating: 4/5

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