The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems, but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect.

Author: Smit Kapila
Publishers: Srishti Publishers
Rating: 3/5

Review:Vidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewerVidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewer

65 Colours of Rainbow is Collection of Sixty five short stories based on work-related Incidents. It’s a Light and witty read. The plot of each and every story is different which Interests the reader. The narration of the stories is crisp and appealing. The author has shared some wonderful stories which will make your day.

There are so many funny incidents which will make you laugh.  The caricatures based on real life, work-related incidents makes this read more Interesting. The common theme of Workplace with many different incidents, experiences presented in a humorous way.

The chip, The Accident, The April Fool and The Printout story are my favourite stories from this book. There are certain stories which will make you laugh while some are boring.

Use of Simple language and engaging writing style of the author keeps the reader Hooked. The length of the stories is short, which makes the reader pick this book. Each story is fast Paced which keeps the reader Invested in. The flow of the story is smooth. The cover is good but could have been much better. The title of the story is apt. The blurb of the story is good.

Overall, It’s a quick collection of stories, a quick read.

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Summary

There is a wonderful saying: “The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems, but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect.” In this highly competitive world, life of corporate work-force is full of all kinds of strain and stress. There is no way we can escape from our jobs and its work pressure, but we can certainly counter it by enriching the fun and laughter quotient at work. 65 Colours of Rainbow is a collection of sixty-five short stories and caricatures based on real life, work-related incidents. This pleasingly warm collection writes with terrifying compassion about the things that matter most. The distinctive narrative caricatures demonstrate how extraordinary the ordinary can be!!

20 Comments

  1. Hey, never heard about this book and glad that you have brought to the forefront by reviewing it. Will try to check if there is a kindly copy 🙂

  2. Have out this book on my TBR. Hardly has anyone ever tried to write something about the corporate world, so I am surely going to read this one

  3. That sure seems like a happy read. I think short stories can be read on the go when you get a break of 10-15 minutes and this must be one such book.

  4. Adding this book to my reading list. never heard of it before. but looks interesting.

  5. Any particular reason why you have rated the book 3/5? Also, would love to know what kind of stories feature in the book – maybe read 4-5 reviews of your favourite ones out of the 65 featured in the book. Looking forward to reading more. #MyFriendAlexa #MayuraReads

  6. pooja budhiraja Reply

    short and sweet. enjoyed reading

    #myfriendalexa #poseinstylereads

  7. I love the quote that you have shared. I will definitely check the book

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