Minuscules by Priyanka Bhatt | Book Review
Summary:Minuscules is a collection of unique micro tales and short stories that are spread over various themes. From horror to social issues to romance, these tales leave no topic unwritten about, no emotion unexplored. Though told with brevity, the impact of these stories can be more lingering than that of novels. To-the-point, poignant, relatable - this micro fiction book can be read by anyone in today’s time - a teenager and an adult alike. Its varied range of themes is the cherry on the cake.
Minuscules is a book that is sure to bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes – and stay with you for a very long time.
May the stories make a home in your heart!
Release date:January 1st 2018
No. of Pages:Paperback, 150 Pages
The transparency in this book is amazing. Her experiences are real and very common. Too often, we hide away afraid that no one will understand us. The way the author opened her mind/heart and shared the intimate details of her life/past makes her message so authentic and real. A few of the poems brought out tears-- it was kind of nice to feel the portrayal of both pain and beauty at times symultaniously.
With each short story and poem that I read I wanted to keep reading. I would highly recommend this book for anyone that really wants to explore both their own inner self, and the art of poetry. I couldn’t put the book down until I was done reading it all. Looking forward to the next book.