Review- Turbulence by David Sazalay

Title- Turbulence

Author- David Sazalay

Genre- Fiction, novella

Publisher- Jonathan Cape

Pages- 144

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Rating- 4/5

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This book is poingnant and painful. It is short story but very heavy in its contents. It is masterful work by an excellent writer.

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Author has talent of making a whirlpool of emotions with use of very few words and simple language.
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Story shows world is interconnected and our destinies are are intertwined that it is impossible to untangle and escape from reality.
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It shows that everybody has to face pain thrown by life and it is not always in our hands whatever unfolds and climbs over us.
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Book is so short but still so wide that it made me wonder how number of words don’t bind a story.
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It shows loss of dear ones, betrayal, shattering of hopes, breech of faith, worse luck, multiple lives, migration and superficial nature of human dealings in modern world.
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Only part where book relents is golf session between two brothers from India. Otherwise book never loosens grip our brain and heart of the reader.
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It starts with a phase of turbulence during plane travel and sucks in the reader.

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I had just peeked into it but ended up reading it in one sitting.
Highly recommend to fiction and novella readers looking for different type of story.
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Thanks to edelweissplus and author for e Review copy for an honest review.

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