A story that would be an admission of her misdemeanour. Above all, a story that would be her redemption.

Author: Rajesh M. Iyer
Publisher: Kriscendo Media LLP.
Rating: 4/5

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Spinner Of The Twisted Tale: A wondrous tale of a storyteller’s life is an amazing story of Nalini- a Storyteller. I loved the plot of the story. It’s amazing with lots of twists and turns. The author has beautifully narrated Nalini’s journey and her point of view.

The narration is crisp and engaging till the very end. It’s a bit heavy read in the start, as we proceed it’s a page-turner. One can easily relate to the story. With each chapter, the story keeps building great. There are various themes used by the author. I loved the way the author described each and every emotion.

There are various stories narrated by Nalini which are like life lessons. The characters that the author made are strong and interesting. I loved Nalini’s character the most. The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is lucid and gripping. The narration keeps the reader invested in.

The title and the cover of the book are beautiful. The blurb of the book is apt. Overall. it’s a wonderful read full 0f love, fun and lessons. A strong plot, crisp narration and astounding characters make it an interesting read.

Like reading fiction? Do not miss this book.

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Summary:

Two charred crows, a swatted spider and guilt weighing heavily on the conscience. The signs are evident and Nalini knows that. She needs to tell the story now… So what if it contains an ugly secret. She knows that life, otherwise, won’t ease its strong, claustrophobic clasp.

Coming after a hiatus of ten years, there’s excitement in four generations of family – and friends – spread across the globe. The old storyteller is finally telling a tale. Many are ready to converge on to the village of Govindapuram. Those who grew up on her stories can’t wait to hear another from her. Others who haven’t heard her can’t understand the strange excitement: who’s ever heard of taking leave and crossing seven seas just to listen to a story!

But no one is aware that this is going to be unlike the thousands of stories she had narrated over eight decades. It would be unlike the therapeutic story that saved cousin Vaibhavi’s life, the prophetic story regarding Vaidehi’s marriage or the climax of an incomplete story she told the travelling Italian who had traversed half the planet to listen to that small part.

Nalini often wonders if the stories are mere reflections of life as everyone believes or is it the other way round?

Weaving many stories within the main story, The Spinner of the Twisted Tale is a peep into the enchanting world of a storyteller. Part real, part surreal, it is a story to not just read, but also marvel at and cherish

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