Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
Flares in The Sky by Mayank Nayal is a poetry book. Ohh! Before anything, I must confess, I underrated this book just at the sight of its cover. I didn’t like it at all. I mean, look at that pink shade (awful 😬). But wait ! In my opinion, its content is totally different from the cover. With that I stroke with the live example of the prevailing book quote, “Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover”.
Theme of The Book, Flares in The Sky
A Verse from Flares in The Sky
Indicated by the cover itself, the book is based on Love Theme. Coverage of Nature Theme is an icing on the cake. Even the title is also inspired by the glory of the cosmos. For the rest, a major subject of the poems is Hope as well.
Flares In The Sky is divided into four parts on the basis of the types of poems. The four parts are listed as: Wings of Love, Sky of Hope, The Lost Journey & A Call of Hills. The book is a very short read, starting from the Dedication, keeping up with the About the Book, and ends at the Fourth Part.
Writing Style, Narration and Language
The poet very beautifully maintained the dignity of poets. He gave similes of nature & universe as and when required. His poems are a versed illustration of his love towards nature.
His writing style is magnificent. He managed well while writing alluring and dolly poems. Usage of words is fabulous and are capable of putting a graceful smile on your face.
Mandatory But Not Essentials
There are only two things that I don’t like;
♦ The cover (already mentioned above)
♦ Short length of the book. I wanted to read more 😥
These are little ignorable aspects of the book.
It is a perfect book for recommendations.
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