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Reviewed by Rich Follett for Readers' Favorite
The Seven Shades by Ravi Ranjan Goswami is a charming and educational collection of short stories reflecting Indian ideals of moral character. A fascinating cast of characters including mischievous monkeys, a morally bankrupt young man about to cheat on an exam, a married couple who have lost the spark of Valentine’s Day, star-crossed lovers whose marriage crumbles in the face of human failings, a suspicious Nepalese watchman who only seems to be a friend to his community, a hardworking husband struggling with addiction, and a host of other supporting players inhabit these fascinating tales, which educate the reader about Indian life and culture as they entertain and edify.https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/44201
Author tries to tell interesting stories in a simple language.His writings are entertaining and engaging for all.He is from Jhansi and lives in Kochi,India.
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by Karen A Wyle
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by Colin Garrow
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