Loves Lost by Sourabh Mukherjee (Book Review #23)

Kindle Version of the Book

Henry Van Dyke has rightly quoted, “Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity.”

All of us has once fallen in love hard in our lives and it is a well-known fact that love isn’t invariably about the happy-good gooey feeling. Plus, it doesn’t necessarily mean to never feel angry, disappointed, hurt or jealous. But are you convinced that Love is all that it takes?

This feeling demands a lot to be put on the table and based on this very feeling is the book Loves Lost by Sourabh Mukherjee which is a collection of five short stories about Love. The titles of the short stories in the book are ‘My Summers with Nargis’, ‘Mine Forever’, ‘Memories of Another Day’, ‘The Lies We Tell Ourselves’ and ‘Love Came Calling Again.’ These titles are evident in themselves of the gist of the emotions connected to love in terms of betrayals, unrequited love, second chances and the connections lost.

Loves Lost being a book comprising short stories, it becomes easier for the readers to read it cover to cover in just one sitting and to be engrossed as the topic itself is universally likeable. Although the book seemed intriguing by the looks of it but in my opinion, it was quite the opposite. The narrative was straightforward and predictable.

I would like to give a 3-star rating out of 5 for this one.

You could check out and grab your copy of the book on Amazon (Kindle Version).

You could also read my review on Goodreads and Amazon.

Please share your thoughts, if any in the comments section below.

Thank you very much for your presence here. 🙂

A lot more thoughts & words are on their way and you shall read them soon.

PS: I would like to thank the entire team of WritersMelon for giving me this opportunity. A big and a cheerful Thank you to all of you! 🙂

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