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In this rapidly changing world, we come across many people around us. These people have many shades, some bright...some dark. They might want to let their feelings out, but they find it difficult to do so - and we term them different from the population. The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder, what is hidden under their veil? They show a happy face, while hidinIn this rapidly changing world, we come across many people around us. These people have many shades, some bright...some dark. They might want to let their feelings out, but they find it difficult to do so - and we term them different from the population. The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder, what is hidden under their veil? They show a happy face, while hiding an agony beneath their expression. Some want to scream with happiness, but their voices are suppressed even before they could speak about it. Stand by the people who mention their sorrows, happiness, pains, agonies, and much more. You could relate to it, and find them talking to you. Peep into people's diaries, their midnight loneliness, find them doing weird stuffs, read their confessions, hear to the conversations that they hold with me, and see them either rise up touching the sky or fall down to the ground. The people. Their stories. One storyteller....

Title : Canvas of a Storyteller
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ISBN : 9781618134097
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 158 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Canvas of a Storyteller Reviews

  • Shivani Agrawal
    2018-11-05 01:16

    Have you ever observed your locality? I personally love observing people! This is one reason I love travelling via metro apart from checking out the daily fashion. Have you ever looked into the eyes of the person sitting next to you? Each one of us has a story to tell. If we don’t speak our eyes do that for us. Come let me take you to a journey which will engross you till the very end. A book which will be cherished by you for life!Blurb front-495x792In this rapidly changing world, we come across many people around us. These people have many shades, some bright…some dark. They might want to let their feelings out, but they find it difficult to do so – and we term them different from the population. The diverse personalities sometimes make us wonder, what is hidden under their veil? They show a happy face, while hiding an agony beneath their expression. Some want to scream with happiness, but their voices are suppressed even before they could speak about it. Stand by the people who mention their sorrows, happiness, pains, agonies, and much more. You could relate to it, and find them talking to you. Peep into people’s diaries, their midnight loneliness, find them doing weird stuffs, read their confessions, hear to the conversations that they hold with me, and see them either rise up touching the sky or fall down to the ground. The people. Their stories. One storytellerHIGHLIGHTSNo it’s not okay! A tale of innocence! how we become a kid when we see a kid. I still remember those days when my bhaiya’s son used to come at our place. I am still very fond of him. My kiddo bhanu! JDistant dreams a tale which I suppose most of the teenage girls must have faced in their real live. I loved this tale for the realistic factor!She is my star a heart wrenching tale of the love, warmth which no one can replace in your life! The brightest star in the sky twinkles just for him, the breeze that flows in the heat is just for him. She is here, he knows ….she isMe a writer! She my reader! A beautiful depiction of modern day love! There a thin line between falling in love and falling for the idea of love! I just hope that people understand what love truly means! It gives you a reason to be happy! Makes you feel special.A princess diary! I could totally relate to this story! It brought tears to my eyes! Maybe I am a bit biased when it comes to father daughter relation! My dad is my hero! Since childhood, I have always dreamt of a man like my dad!One Direction one sided love has its own beauty but is way too painful! I loved how the tale progressed!Tom and Jerry! A story of every household. This is not just between a bro and sis it can be between siblings in general! Me and my sis we used to fight to the extent that my mom and dad had to become refrees

  • Pritha Halder
    2018-11-21 01:31

    The lingering essence of our own stories has been well portrayed in this book. The writing style and the connecting emotions are indeed the reasons that it is a ‘page turner’. From the very first story till the end it has made the reader to sit and complete the whole book in one go. The proper grammar and the perfect diction, the unique style of writing and the use of rhetoric, the hard work and the potential to be a really good writer is arrayed in every single line. I would say, this book is worth reading if one feels that they are alone and single of their own kind, trust me these stories will definitely clear out all your confusion and lonesomeness, because it’s none other than your own story.

  • Cheshta Arora
    2018-10-23 02:18

    When i got this novel, I was very excited about the novel name! Well this book, 'Canvas of a Storyteller' has 14 short stories that one young can without much of a stretch identifies with. Each section, each story has who knows what to tell and the best part, between each story the Author himself has something to tell. Like me, a peruser will feel as though the Author is recounting the story as well as demonstrating the truth that we confront in our everyday life. As you read further you will numerous such stories, portraying all may make this survey a long one. So let me cut it off. My most loved of the considerable number of stories was, 'The Resurrection'. This story may make you bit enthusiastic. So get prepared for a few cries and tears. One all the more thing I might want to incorporate. There are two stories, 'A Princess' Diary' and 'A Princess' Diary-Reprise'. Both the story talks about Father-Daughter relationship; still, both are direct inverse to each other. The Author must be respected for utilizing the same words yet composing two distinct stories. Every last character in the book either lives around you or is to some degree like you. Their stories we may have heard a huge number of times, however, have never at any point paid consideration on it. These are known stories of obscure individuals that we simply disregard. These are our stories! Each connection and feeling are depicted extremely well. It was engaging to the point that I couldn't put the book down... Adored the intelligent portrayal and everything about the book The subject was noteworthy and the utilization of vocabulary is astonishing. It is an unquestionable requirement read. Simply give this book a shot and I am certain that you will love it. The composition style is point by point and expressive which felt excessively much in a few spots and effective and simply right in a few; perhaps the written work style could have been changed by the plot to be displayed giving a new viewpoint to peruse on. The book spread outline could have been exceptional as it is the thing that that makes the early introduction; let it be known or not ... individuals do judge a book by its spread! The book gives a chance to run over the exceptional brain research of human relations, to experience the seemingly insignificant details that are real of awesome significance in our excursion of life and the profoundly touching uncommon beneficial encounters. I adore it

  • Jesal Jani
    2018-10-21 07:19

    All the stories are completely relatable and this is a book you'll find yourself going to for comfort when things are not running smoothly in your life. The book will make you laugh, it'll make you cry, it would make you hope and everything in between as you have a sneakpeek in the lives of the characters. Ani, I didn't say this but gosh, 'Frosted affection' is enough to give nightmares*shudder*I loved and related with 'Distant dreams' and 'Me, a Writer; She, My Reader'. 'The Resurrection' made me cry.These are all everyday stories, things we see around us everyday and each of us will find a story which would resonate with us or speaks with us on a deeper level and you'd feel the author knows your very soul. I'd recommend it as a must read for all ages.

  • Santosh Panda
    2018-11-20 02:27

    We all know that the sun doesn’t move, it is the earth that revolves round the sun. There are many such things which happen in our day to day life. How if someone writes a book narrating those small little things? Good, no? Well this book, ‘Canvas of a Storyteller’ has 14 short stories that one teenage can easily relate to. Every chapter, every story has something or other to tell and the best part, between every story the Author himself has something to tell. Like me, a reader will feel as if the Author is not just telling the story but showing the reality that we face in our day to day life. Mr. Aniruddha did a Grandmomma here!To read my detailed review, click here:http://sp-fadinghues.blogspot.com/201...