DeAttached by Ram Joshi | Book Review


Olivia, a traveler blog writer, left shaken when she returned back from her Europe trip. 

Olivia's mother, Meera claimed she lied all these years about the death of Olivia's father, Rahil. 

Dazed with all the new information Meera revealed, Olivia failed to distinguish if it was true or just an illusion of Meera's ill mind - as doctors indicated the possibility that a person with Alzheimer's might have hallucinations. 

To find out the truth was as crucial for Olivia as for Meera's treatment. 

DeAttached - Two tales at the same point in time unfolds the story of a woman who failed in her relations, happiness in marriage that last long, eternal freedom of a man who never did fly out of his cage, and a journey to live a life of purpose."


Ram Joshi


Notion Press

Release date:

January 1st 2017

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 216 Pages

The title is appropriate for the content and creates a curiousity about the book. The blurb is okay and further discloses about the content of the book. The language of the book is simple and easy to understand. The characters are amazingly described, the more you understand the you want to be in story.

The storyline of the book is unique and it serves a fresh story. Plot construction is gripping and forces you to read the book. I got gravitated towards it after seeing the title and after that couldnt put it down. There were some aspects which could have been better, like story-wise. 


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