And Then The Light Turned Green by Mehar Luthra | Book Review
Summary:Picture this: 5 people screeching to an unwilling stop at a mundane red light, all seemingly unaware of the shocking tremors their lives are about to experience.
An established author suddenly receives a text that will change her life; a middle-aged woman sees an oddly familiar face out the window and a crashing realization and sense of vindication dawns; an affluent social butterfly contemplating which designer handbag to purchase next when her son 5-year-old son makes a startling and soul-crushing confession...
In this here little book of short stories, you'll find naked hopes, dreams, passions and the mundane pettiness that makes life vastly entertaining. Nicely tieing in together, all these 5 stories have one thing in common - the ending to each is identical - 'And then the light turned green…'
Here's hoping you find these stories gently illuminating, ruggedly funny and crisp as a potato chip!
Release date:November 18th 2018
No. of Pages:Kindle Edition, 23 Pages
The book has around 30 pages which is the collection of 5 short stories. This work is fresh, unique and imaginative. I really enjoyed this stories. The characters are well developed, the setting is believable, and there are no spelling or grammatical errors I can find. In short, it's a great collection of short stories.