Book Name : Pandora’s Box
Author : Tushar Sen
Publisher : Frog Books(Leadstart Publishing)
Number of Pages : 165
Publishing Year : 2015
Binding/Edition : Paperback
fiction together to serve to the reader spine chilling narratives and
jaw dropping climaxes. Most of the stories are inspired by real life
incidents and characters – like Saddam Hussein’s CIA connection
, the secret army of the Indian prime minister, Hitler’s biggest mass
murderer, strangest rains where frogs fell from the sky, heroism of
Mold of, terrorist funding in Columbia, NASA’s controversial
landings and so on. Some stories are inspired by characters around
you who touch your lives in so many ways yet go unnoticed. Some
climaxes will urge you to read the story again with a new
perspective. If imagination is more powerful than knowledge
then here is a book that invites you to join the author in the
most powerful imaginative endeavors you may have ever
undertaken till now . . . in a literary environment of course.
Pandora’s box is a short story collection. Author handles a lot of diverse topics. The book is like a fruit salad where unmatched topics are mixed together to give a palatable flavor. Since this is a short story collection, it cannot be classified in a highlight drawback cabin.
About the Author
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book as a complimentary copy from the Author in exchange for a honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.