Book Reviews

This Too Shall Pass by Diya Narain – Book Review

  • Author: Diya Narain
  • Genre: Poetry
  • Paperback: 156 pages
  • Publisher: Prowess Publishing; First Edition edition (2019)
  • Language: English

My Review

Quite often we overlook the truths wrapping our existence and even if we try to take a note of them, we do it outside. But, the answers always lie within.

Living is a simple process that is often complicated by our perspective toward it. We are overwhelmed by the setbacks, we are blinded by the darkness that we fail to see light penetrating out of somewhere. This Too Shall Pass by Diya Narain comes to guide you toward that light.

The book is a collection of poems that revolve around love, passion, life, success, failure, dreams, and desires. The author beautifully expresses the struggle before one achieves success, traces the journey of a traveler, highlights the sweetness that lays beneath the hardships. The poems are written in the style of modern poetry which are simple yet the meanings contained in them are effective. The author does make an attempt to acquaint us with the simple but important truths of life. The poems mostly fall back on the idea of never giving up in life. Also, they push us toward reveling in the simple joys of life. This is one thing we are forgetting fast and we should realize before time runs out. The importance of the little things. The delightful imagery of nature painted throughout the book uplifts your spirits. With all the love, friendships, romance, nature, life with its ups and downs make up for a good reading experience.

If you are looking for some simple but engaging poetry specifically to shape your spirit, fill them up with bouts of strength, and involve with a lovely expression of words, do check this book out.


Buy your copy: This Too Shall Pass

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