Book Review: Knots by Deblina Bhattacharya

Title- Knots
Author- Deblina Bhattacharya
Genre- Fiction ( Poetry )
Publication date- 27 May 2019
Language- English
Pages- 141
Format- Kindle Edition

“These knots that do bind
Make thee one of a kind”

Knots is a collection of poetry and prose about love and heartbreak, tragedy and grief, survival and loss. It’s a journey through the numerous knots that we tie in life, and the ones we tangle and untangle with. It explores the realities of mental illness & suicide, social taboos & violence against women, pain & darkness, self love & healing in all its naked glory. The rhythm of Knots resonates directly with the poet’s heart, conveying to the readers that there is a way to untangle every knot in life, but sometimes, some of these knots are what we are made of.

Knots is debut book of poems by Deblina Bhattacharya.
Cover of book is black and minimalistic which I always love. And so is the title of book.
It is collection of many emotions of human like Heartbreaks, Friendship, Love, Fantasy, etc.
While reading poems I felt the all my emotions which I already experienced in my life.
Some personal favourite of mine were A sister’s love, Dreams, and love.
Love specially is not what we just see in today’s generation like a relationship of boy and girl but, love of family for mother, father, and sister.
Poems were simple to understand covering many topics including some society issues too.
Language was good and some poems can be made into songs too.
°Recommended to every poetry booknerd.°

Title- 4/5 stars
Cover- 4/5 stars
Blurb- 4/5 stars
Plot- 4/5 stars
Writing and presentation- 4/5 stars
Overall rating- 4/5 stars

Reviewed By-
Sudarshan Jagtap

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