Book Review – A Phase Unknown – Woman a Tribute

A Phase Unknown – Woman a Tribute

Initiated by Shreyasi Phukon

Edited & Compiled by Sharanya Bhattacharya and Nilesh Gowardhan

Published by – Sanmati Publishers

ON WOMEN’S DAY! By Titiksha Singhal

The poem On Women’s Day is brilliantly written and it certainly sets up the ideal mood for reading a book.

SHE By Raviraj Ramavarapu

It is a short story narrates the tale of a rape victim, I liked reading this story through the eyes of a reviewer. Somehow, I still feel the story could have been better.

My Affair With The Hooker by Mahua Ray

This is an interesting and entertaining story to read. The emotions and opinions were adequately articulated. I would love to read more stories by the author.

WITH LOVE… YOUR MOM By Riitik Babbar

It is certainly one of the best stories of the book.  The USP of the story is writing style. Uniqueness could be seen as narrating a story in a letter form is truly uncommon.  FANTASTIC!

ENDEAVOUR By Ayushi Sharma

This story had the potential that kept me hooked me up till the end. The narration is effortless and the matured selection of words was another point that made me finish the story in one go. The author has brilliantly worked on the story.

THE UNBORN By Saket

A well written poem! Unborn was certainly one of my favorite reads in this book.

MY MOM STRONGEST By Dipti Pathare

The title of the story may sound simple but the content is mesmerizing. It is an absorbing story.  Something different has been initiated through this story! I liked it!

DAUGHTER’S FATE By Pranav Shree

Apt title! Brilliant story line! Superb Narration! Well, the story is undeniably up to the mark. Kudos!

SHE IS WILD By Dr. Sasiprabha PS

It’s an amazing and meaningful story with a striking description! The story of a sweet girl Cheeru, resides in a tribal village, loses her mother groomed by his father in a perfect manner. She gets married and the story takes a U-turn thereafter. The narration of the story is enthralling. This makes a reader turn pages in order to find more.

I can be a devil too – Vinod Pardi.

The narration of the story falls week as it proceeds the end is something that will make you appreciate the writer’s imagination.

BEING WOMAN By Priyanka Choudhury

This story has been written strongly, staging a voice of a female. The story is brilliantly written with a satisfying end.

SHATTERED DREAMS By Nilesh Gowardhan

The formation of the story is very sound. The story targets another vital issue. And it will surely captivate reader’s attention.

HAUNTING… PARANOIA… NEW BEGINNING By Shreyashi R Phukon

This story touched my heart. This story is basically of a rape victim and the Pain and agony is being very well crafted in this story by the author. I would like to appreciate the writing skills of the authoress. A story written with a deep emotional touch.

Wounded Wings, Wailing Women by Devanshu

I liked this poem for its emotional plea. Poet copes up to get the right words to hook up with the hearts of the readers with this work .

What Should I do, I want to live! – Ragini Singh

I didn’t like the way it started. I also felt the story was too fast paced, yet I liked the plot. I feel if the author could work a little more on its narration and the flow, it would be having a much better impact on the readers.

An Indeed Creation – Shweta Kesari

Beautiful Poem! I simply loveeed it… I would read and reread this piece whenever I will feel like cherishing womanhood.

Tribute by Sharanya Bhattacharya

Lastly, Editor of the book has given her own thought for coming up with this project and I honorably loved the core conception behind this book.

Conclusion:

I personally  loved most of the stories and it was overall such a lovely book to read and definitely one to be proud of. I am so proud of all those who contributed to the book as such works are rare to find, as it requires guts and immense creativity as well.

My rating – 4 out of 5

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