Author: Rishaj Dubey
Publisher: Notion Press
The Voice of Silence by Rishaj Dubey is a story of Nikita and Aarav. Aarav who suffered from PTSD and depression. How his life takes turns as he meets Nikita.
Firstly, I loved the plot of the book. It’s full of twists and turns keeping the reader surprised throughout. The narration of the story is Amazing. I loved how the author narrated each and every situations keeping the reader hooked throughout.
It’s a story of Love, Anxiety, Depression and what all one goes through. I loved how the author described this concept and how the story started. The way he sequenced each and every event is commendable.
The switching plots between past and present make it a bit heavy read. It’s a slow paced story with a smooth flow. Take your own time to connect the dots as it’s a heavy read with an interesting plot.
The characters that the author made are wonderful. Each character has a vital role to play. The way the author developed the characters are appealing, which connects the reader well.
The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is crisp and engaging.
I loved the climax of the book. It’s just amazing. Also, The cover and the title of the book is attractive. Overall, It’s a book with a wonderful storyline, a crisp narration and a wonderful writing style.
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“Bestselling author and a ‘diagnosed psychopath’ Aarav Roy has gone
Four years ago.
Aarav is not a normal college kid. From a blurry, abusive childhood, to his severe anxiety and
the horrible voices in his head, he is fed up with life. Driven by the belief that his past is
everything that defines him, he ended up posting his suicide note online. But, the kind of
silence he fantasized never came true.
Nikita, who suffered from PTSD and depression, sees her own tragic secrets reflected in him,
and she is not going to let the past repeat itself—no matter the cost.
Where is the controversial writer? Who is she? Who does she remind Aarav so much of?
What are the voices in his head? And how much hate can love fuel?
In his debut novel, Rishaj Dubey explores the depths of trauma, corruption, loneliness and
what is it like to suffocate in your own breath.