Friday, November 7, 2014

Broken Sky by Saurav Dutt {Book Review}

This book had many layers to it, with stories inside stories, and connections that could not be foretold. It's a story of amnesia and how it affects different people. The characters themselves may be injured in their mind, but does not mean they do not lack substance and depth.

There are characters that are mysterious and I couldn't quite figure out what their purpose was to the overall story, but the anticipation kept things exciting and eventually everything is revealed. Strangers are connected in ways that I could never have imagined.

I never broke concentration from this book, and almost read it cover to cover over the course a single day. The book kept me hooked and I was constantly intrigued in what the next page would contain.

The only thing I found confusing was the occasional overload of dialogue or information. At times there were characters who were speaking all at once, and I found it a bit difficult to figure out where they were, who was speaking, and what was going on. Even after re-reading a few times, it still didn't all fit together. Overall the story was complete and made sense. I would rate it at a 5/5.

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