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Reviewed in India on 10 October 2017
Its my first book of Durjoy Datta and to be honest the book is a gripping one.
There are hints at the beginning itself showing the voidness and suicidal tendancies in the protoganist, they are indeed major social issues. The story moves through Raghus eyes and he is a 90's kid, brilliant and aloof until he meets same of his genere bhrami.
The aurhor was careful enough to protray their affair to be eternal and was almost successful in surpassing them as mere teenage infatuation. This was the most entertaining phase of the book. The author is convinced in portrayal of maa baba dada baudi gangulys bhattacharyas mittals tauji taiji vedants who constitute the society as a whole responsible for the run away from life. However fails in his attempt to analyse what creates the void that makes the book a little shallow.
The mood created is dragging and depressive towards the end.
Overall it was a nice book to read with its simple language and way of narration.
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