Book Title: In search of happiness
Author: Sushil Kumar Rana and Shivangi Rawat
Format: Kindle Edition
Total Number of Pages: 44
Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
Publishing Date: July 2017
Printed Price: INR 57
The title of the book ‘In search of happiness’ gives a very easy guess that it might be a inspirational book with added fiction. To read something apart from a regular story with a tinge of positivity is very exciting. The book is co-authored by two new age Indian Authors !
Book Cover :
A very intriguing book cover that complements perfect with the book title showing its a journey.
The advent of virtual world at present is somewhere killing the emotional and sensitive side of a human. Everyone apart from becoming successful in life, is in search of REAL happiness is the main essence of the book. The book is a collection of five stories which depict all the common human emotions ranging from love to empathy. Each story also talks about a person’s struggle, pain, hope and fighting capacity. A reader can somewhere relate to self.
Every character in the book is almost equivalent to a real person in the world. A reader can identify himself.
The narration of all the stories is good.
Language and Vocabulary:
Though there are grammatical errors, ignoring those, this book is a good one to be read and yeah can be added to one’s book collection. Hope the authors would take care about the editing in theor future works.
My Final Verdict—
Its a happy go lucky type book where one can find his own self reading all the stories and yes recommended one and especially for the beginners who recently developed a habit of reading .
Book title: 4/5
Book Cover: 4/5
Language and Vocabulary: 3/5
I personally rate the book 4 out of 5