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Book Review: Fade to White - Shreya Dhanwanthary

Fade to White by Shreya Dhanwanthary is a story that gives hope even to those who no longer believe in the feelings or, even less, for a second chance. It is one of those books that, when it ends, you cannot immediately replace it with another. It will make you change your mind and making you understand that, often, we say the word "fine" when, out there, the world is waiting.

This is a story of three individuals who are trying to find out who shape of the past, present and the future. Whose existence, as they recognize it, shatters subsequent to a distressing episode. They endeavor to come across a fresh start with an opening away from their obscurity.

The truth appears to the eyes but has to be discovered with the heart. It is right there when none of us thought it was, in the surrounding world with all its simple element. In fact, if we pause a moment to reflect on this distracted and chaotic life, we understand that everything was done and lived has not brought us here at this very moment. Here we discover that there is a thread, a sense that each of us is brought to life.

Through her sweet narrative, the author wants to tell us what is for her the sense of this world. We go through the discovery of wisdom that contains the whole truth, purity, and immensity. So we enter in a story that takes us back to nature, to silence, to true love, the essence of things that are in the simplicity that surrounds us and we can all draw.

The characters are described to perfection. They are not simple. The three completely different characters has great depth with emotions. They are able to really let yourself get involved who has a number of secrets that will make you want to continue.

The story is very smooth, and certainly knows how to lure you to the reading. It will be impossible to take your eyes off a fluid and flowing narrative. Each chapter always has something that will force you to continue. There are a concise number of pages that makes it a suitable book for those who want to read without necessarily having to cope with volumes of endless stories. Not surprisingly, the story takes place in an instant, to be read with a good cup of tea or a glass of wine.

The structure of the novel is based on transference that bounces from one character to another. In the narrative, the characters perfects their own path to free their psychic energy of all obstacles. It is a strong and deeply psychiatric novel but at the same time marked by the peculiar rhythm of the authors’ pen.

With a style that captures the story in mid-air allowing it to reach the maximum of emotions, the narrative is psychological and deep. The meaningful relationship cements the characters and events of the story. The author has the ability to give a feeling of watching the story as if it were filtered by a moderately loose-knit cotton texture of the cloth.

In this book, there is life. The story is of an immense journey through the thousand trips and the thousand other stories that it has crossed. It gives us the opportunity to wander in the incredible life of the characters and to grasp, through it, an innumerable multitude of meanings.

In conclusion, the great message that the author leaves us includes altogether an inner revolution, which helps us to see the world through our eyes.

Format: Paperback ♥ Publisher: Leadstart ♥ Pages: 268 ♥ Published: April 2016 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-9352015856

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