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    A review of The Line Reader by Agni Tripathi

    Just finished reading the book a fortnight back, seeing its growing popularity on different pages, I felt I'll pen down my thoughts on the book too. The best thing about the book is; and it is an important measure for me to gauge a short story book, is how well the stories grip you and compel you to go from one to the next, without much of a heave or sigh from the strain of finishing one story. Short stories are, well, just that. They are meant to entertain immensely in the short time that they have with the reader’s limited attention span of one continuous read. The author Agni Tripathi very well knows these nuances of a good short story, the mix of varied story lines in one story after the other, kept me interested all throughout and finished reading it in no time!Its 'the' book to have on a long boring train ride or a quiet weekend evening at home nuzzling your coffee. The first read maybe fast and short for you...give some time, and the book again, I am sure some of the stories this time will have more of an impact on you, when you discover some of them have more deeper fabrics of messages and thought processes by the author than it met the eye when you read it first. My favorites in the book are- "the Killer", "the line reader", " Bongai local" "Fasting to liberation" to name a few.....
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