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3 thoughts on “Canvas of a Storyteller

  1. Subhajit Das Subhajit Das says:

    Book Name Canvas of a Storyteller Author Name Aniruddha PathakFormat KindleNo of Pages 156Publisher Aniruddha Pathak 2nd Edition Blurb In this rapidly changing world we come across many people around us These people have many shades some brightsome dark They might want to let their feelings out but they find it difficult to do so – and we term them different from the population The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder what is hidden under their veil? They show a happy face while hiding an agony beneath their expression Some want to scream with happiness but their voices are suppressed even before they could speak about it Stand by the people who mention their sorrows happiness pains agonies and much You could relate to it and find them talking to you Peep into people's diaries their midnight loneliness find them doing weird stuffs read their confessions hear to the conversations that they hold with me and see them either rise up touching the sky or fall down to the ground The people Their stories One storytellerCover The front cover of the book is not only eye catching but the outstanding illustration Leonid Afremov has given the book an enigmatic look Superb concept by Divyam Kaushik Pixel R8 Studios As the cover is complementing the title perfectly hence I consider this appropriate Title Title of the book is catchy and it will surely tempt a book reader to opt for this book instantly The moment I first heard the title then there I decided to read this one next because different shades of human nature always attract me After reading the book I can say that the title is aptly justifying the substance of the book Language narration Language is lucid and simple enough to comprehend easily by any kind of reader and I’d like to say the choice of some specific words impressed me indeed Uses of a little hindi languages are there at places and narrator’s own perception or opinions are being highlighted by writing them in italic font The narration of the stories are flawlessly maintained the same rhythm in each stories and because of the narrator Ani author’s alter ego and his way interacting with the reader directly made it easiest to visualize So I can undoubtedly say that clear visualizing narration will help the reader to live the journey of the stories Plot The base plot of the book has been crafted wisely and uniuely rather; because the idea of bring a storyteller in front of the readers and let him share his stories while living his daily life accordingly makes the sense of putting realistic essence in the book Characterization Characterization of the stories is well portrayed and most importantly all of them are significant to their roles according to the need of the respective stories The base narrator of the book Ani is related to the other protagonists of the stories in a way or the other and this helps to enter the flow of the story easily Name of some characters in different stories are Viddhi Sharma Kavita Mrs Mehta Avni Mr Shastri Rohan Sahil Bhatia Nanditha Hariharan Aviraj Ananya Ashiya Richa Mishra Priyanka Shivani Shah Abhinav Piyali Sandeep Ritesh Darshita Riya Sumit Archana Suyogit Jatin Ritika Renuka Vrushika Mahin Meenal Anurag Tiya Sanjana Manish Uncle Theme Exploring the hidden emotions and different shades of human nature; complete amalgamation of friendship love feelings dilemmas heartaches family reveries Story in a nutshell My Verdict This book is consists of some short stories 14 to be specific that will help us to realize the other variant shades of human nature and their relations It brings out the hidden sides of person that has been kept under the veil for some reason either unheard or ignored by circumstances The narrator of the book Ani alter ego of the author himself and it’s a fictional character as well as the protagonists of the other stories are The short stories are based on experiences of people their joy sorrows and every other emotion that a human being can held within The stories are based on real lives of people surrounding us yet tagged as fictional because stories are imaginary as a result of the interaction and observations of people around the author These 14 stories have different journeys to go through and all of them are entirely emotional roller coaster ride for the readers Most of the times it happened that we knowingly or unknowingly missed to notice the hidden pain or grief or actual changes in behavior or the people of our surroundings we just somehow don’t understand what they actually are trying to convey Wellwhat we fail to look out this book is all about bringing them out of the closet Sometimes situations could have been different if their screams would not been unheard or their tears would not been unnoticed This is what the key point to realize human emotions and their feelings be it any relationship This book contains stories of a little baby broken friendship personal demise virtual relationship heartbreaks confession of a daughter one sided love bro sis bonding love broken relationship forceful pressure psycho love etc Personally the story touched me the most is “She is my star” I was literally crying while going through this Another story “The Resurrection” has a line stating ‘see; now I am marrying you daily’the depth of this line pierced through my heart Cutest story is the baby’s story “No It’s Not Okay” Lastly I just want to mention a thing the story “Me A Writer; She my reader” is something that I feel personally related to me I mean the accurate similarities and while going through this I was going through an old phase of my life that I buried in the past Every other story has their own significance and I will let you explore it by yourself It has been really a soulful effort by the author to write about such sensitive issues to put front for readers The message conveying the stories are very truthful and necessary nowadays to realize and that’s what I love about the book the most A daughter’s confession to her father a son’s craving for his motherall touched my heart and it’s like so lively happening in front of eyes I will cherish some of the stories in future too All the best to the author and thanks for penning down these stories Recommendation I would definitely recommend this book to everyone and they won’t be disappointed I think for sureRating Overall 55 Stars


  2. Rahul Vishnoi Rahul Vishnoi says:

    An elaborate canvas Not a review postCanvas of a storyteller by Aniruddha Pathak😊Aniruddha is a blogger and a graphic designer too designs the book covers as well So this other day we were chatting and his book came up I showed my interest in it but he surprisingly asked me not to read it I asked him why and he very honestly said the book is aimed at 'Teens and preteens' and that I wouldn't like it Well this was an unprecedented example of honesty So I told him that let me just grab the book and I will try and read it the way I would have done 22 years ago sigh😂 Hence guys this isn't a review post 'Canvas of a storyteller' takes you to a world of tiny stories interlinked by a narrator that happens to be the author Apart from casually dropping the fact that the creative writing isn't something his family wants him to pursue the narration has some heart touching moments The stories are simple and drama free Two of them especially stand out 1 A new girl in a school soon drives a wedge between two old time friends all girls This has happened I am sure with a lot of people and it made me give faces to the characters2 A boy is managing hard to study what his parents think is best for himMost of the stories are simple and to an extent stereotypicalPick it up for someone who is beginning to read in lifeAvailable as an e copy on and KU


  3. Karishma Sewani Karishma Sewani says:

    This book is perfect for you if you get bored easily because it's totally unputdownable It is a good read added assortment of stories from different genres The author has beautifully penned every character's dilemma with all the necessary details that fill in the gaps between imagination and wordsI enjoyed reading it once and now I reread it at times when I feel lost honestly


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Canvas of a Storyteller ➳ [Reading] ➶ Canvas of a Storyteller By Aniruddha Pathak ➩ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In this rapidly changing world we come across many people around us These people have many shades some brightsome dark They might want to let their feelings out but they find it difficult to do so – In this rapidly changing world we come across many people around us These people have many shades some brightsome dark They might want to let their feelings out but they find it difficult to do so – and we term them different from the population The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder what is hidden under their veil Canvas of PDF/EPUB ² They show a happy face while hiding an agony beneath their expression Some want to scream with happiness but their voices are suppressed even before they could speak about it Stand by the people who mention their sorrows happiness pains agonies and much You could relate to it and find them talking to you Peep into people's diaries their midnight loneliness find them doing weird stuffs read their confessions hear to the conversations that they hold with me and see them either rise up touching the sky or fall down to the ground The people Their stories One storyteller.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 160 pages
  • Canvas of a Storyteller
  • Aniruddha Pathak
  • English
  • 13 March 2016

3 thoughts on “Canvas of a Storyteller

  1. Subhajit Das Subhajit Das says:

    Book Name Canvas of a Storyteller Author Name Aniruddha PathakFormat KindleNo of Pages 156Publisher Aniruddha Pathak 2nd Edition Blurb In this rapidly changing world we come across many people around us These people have many shades some brightsome dark They might want to let their feelings out but they find it difficult to do so – and we term them different from the population The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder what is hidden under their veil? They show a happy face while hiding an agony beneath their expression Some want to scream with happiness but their voices are suppressed even before they could speak about it Stand by the people who mention their sorrows happiness pains agonies and much You could relate to it and find them talking to you Peep into people's diaries their midnight loneliness find them doing weird stuffs read their confessions hear to the conversations that they hold with me and see them either rise up touching the sky or fall down to the ground The people Their stories One storytellerCover The front cover of the book is not only eye catching but the outstanding illustration Leonid Afremov has given the book an enigmatic look Superb concept by Divyam Kaushik Pixel R8 Studios As the cover is complementing the title perfectly hence I consider this appropriate Title Title of the book is catchy and it will surely tempt a book reader to opt for this book instantly The moment I first heard the title then there I decided to read this one next because different shades of human nature always attract me After reading the book I can say that the title is aptly justifying the substance of the book Language narration Language is lucid and simple enough to comprehend easily by any kind of reader and I’d like to say the choice of some specific words impressed me indeed Uses of a little hindi languages are there at places and narrator’s own perception or opinions are being highlighted by writing them in italic font The narration of the stories are flawlessly maintained the same rhythm in each stories and because of the narrator Ani author’s alter ego and his way interacting with the reader directly made it easiest to visualize So I can undoubtedly say that clear visualizing narration will help the reader to live the journey of the stories Plot The base plot of the book has been crafted wisely and uniuely rather; because the idea of bring a storyteller in front of the readers and let him share his stories while living his daily life accordingly makes the sense of putting realistic essence in the book Characterization Characterization of the stories is well portrayed and most importantly all of them are significant to their roles according to the need of the respective stories The base narrator of the book Ani is related to the other protagonists of the stories in a way or the other and this helps to enter the flow of the story easily Name of some characters in different stories are Viddhi Sharma Kavita Mrs Mehta Avni Mr Shastri Rohan Sahil Bhatia Nanditha Hariharan Aviraj Ananya Ashiya Richa Mishra Priyanka Shivani Shah Abhinav Piyali Sandeep Ritesh Darshita Riya Sumit Archana Suyogit Jatin Ritika Renuka Vrushika Mahin Meenal Anurag Tiya Sanjana Manish Uncle Theme Exploring the hidden emotions and different shades of human nature; complete amalgamation of friendship love feelings dilemmas heartaches family reveries Story in a nutshell My Verdict This book is consists of some short stories 14 to be specific that will help us to realize the other variant shades of human nature and their relations It brings out the hidden sides of person that has been kept under the veil for some reason either unheard or ignored by circumstances The narrator of the book Ani alter ego of the author himself and it’s a fictional character as well as the protagonists of the other stories are The short stories are based on experiences of people their joy sorrows and every other emotion that a human being can held within The stories are based on real lives of people surrounding us yet tagged as fictional because stories are imaginary as a result of the interaction and observations of people around the author These 14 stories have different journeys to go through and all of them are entirely emotional roller coaster ride for the readers Most of the times it happened that we knowingly or unknowingly missed to notice the hidden pain or grief or actual changes in behavior or the people of our surroundings we just somehow don’t understand what they actually are trying to convey Wellwhat we fail to look out this book is all about bringing them out of the closet Sometimes situations could have been different if their screams would not been unheard or their tears would not been unnoticed This is what the key point to realize human emotions and their feelings be it any relationship This book contains stories of a little baby broken friendship personal demise virtual relationship heartbreaks confession of a daughter one sided love bro sis bonding love broken relationship forceful pressure psycho love etc Personally the story touched me the most is “She is my star” I was literally crying while going through this Another story “The Resurrection” has a line stating ‘see; now I am marrying you daily’the depth of this line pierced through my heart Cutest story is the baby’s story “No It’s Not Okay” Lastly I just want to mention a thing the story “Me A Writer; She my reader” is something that I feel personally related to me I mean the accurate similarities and while going through this I was going through an old phase of my life that I buried in the past Every other story has their own significance and I will let you explore it by yourself It has been really a soulful effort by the author to write about such sensitive issues to put front for readers The message conveying the stories are very truthful and necessary nowadays to realize and that’s what I love about the book the most A daughter’s confession to her father a son’s craving for his motherall touched my heart and it’s like so lively happening in front of eyes I will cherish some of the stories in future too All the best to the author and thanks for penning down these stories Recommendation I would definitely recommend this book to everyone and they won’t be disappointed I think for sureRating Overall 55 Stars

  2. Rahul Vishnoi Rahul Vishnoi says:

    An elaborate canvas Not a review postCanvas of a storyteller by Aniruddha Pathak😊Aniruddha is a blogger and a graphic designer too designs the book covers as well So this other day we were chatting and his book came up I showed my interest in it but he surprisingly asked me not to read it I asked him why and he very honestly said the book is aimed at 'Teens and preteens' and that I wouldn't like it Well this was an unprecedented example of honesty So I told him that let me just grab the book and I will try and read it the way I would have done 22 years ago sigh😂 Hence guys this isn't a review post 'Canvas of a storyteller' takes you to a world of tiny stories interlinked by a narrator that happens to be the author Apart from casually dropping the fact that the creative writing isn't something his family wants him to pursue the narration has some heart touching moments The stories are simple and drama free Two of them especially stand out 1 A new girl in a school soon drives a wedge between two old time friends all girls This has happened I am sure with a lot of people and it made me give faces to the characters2 A boy is managing hard to study what his parents think is best for himMost of the stories are simple and to an extent stereotypicalPick it up for someone who is beginning to read in lifeAvailable as an e copy on and KU

  3. Karishma Sewani Karishma Sewani says:

    This book is perfect for you if you get bored easily because it's totally unputdownable It is a good read added assortment of stories from different genres The author has beautifully penned every character's dilemma with all the necessary details that fill in the gaps between imagination and wordsI enjoyed reading it once and now I reread it at times when I feel lost honestly

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