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

Blurb-
“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.

Review-
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.
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It is collection of many emotions of human like Heartbreaks, Friendship, Love, Fantasy, etc.
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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.
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Language was good and some poems can be made into songs too.
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°Recommended to every poetry booknerd.°

Ratings-
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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