Frozen By Choice by Shreya Jain | Book Review
How simple it is to dictate your choices to others while how strenuous is the effort to fill in their shoes and comprehend to relate with those in pain. In place full of free advisors and opinion givers our heart still search for the ones who could lend us their ears to hear the miseries of a throbbing heart without judging our inner self. This poetic series consist verses of 60 such unheard agonies, residing in every soul that has once suffered or is still singing the songs of melancholy but has kept them digged within. Dive deep in the sea of distressed emotions you have buried since long. Feel your yearning cries for real, let them out and cleanse your soul. Now it's time rejuvenate. For a homeless soul doesn't need a shelter but it craves for peace to never wander. I hear you, you read me!!!
January 1st 2017
No. of Pages:
Paperback, 136 pages
The writing is simple. It was not hard to understand. The author tried to connect with the readers during each stage by showcasing the true feelings. It gives the reader a peek into the thoughts and emotions the author felt while writing them.
Each word gives meaning to the issue or incidence, she has described or illustrated. You can imagine and feel what she poetically pours.
For me, this book was definitely an ideal start to reading poetry. I'm looking forward to reading more by the author.