The Conflict of Desires

The Conflict of Desires: A New Rhythm in the Tangle by [DASH, JAYAJIT]

Before Ramesh Sahay stepped foot in the furthest corner of Odisha, he never would have considered a different kind of life. Then he met Peter whose demeanor and very existence nagged at him. They do not like each other. However, count on fate to bring these two together in the most unpredictable of ways as Ramesh turns over a new leaf.

The Conflict of Desires: A New Rhythm in the Tangle presents a crisis of conscience everyone has every once in a while. The writer has done a great job of letting the weight of that crisis shine through. I found this book to be very enlightening with regards to difficult life choices and well needed changes in life direction. The writer has a good command of vocabulary and effectively utilizes simple but powerful prose. The dialogue between different characters is sufficiently entertaining, and occasionally engrossing, throughout this short story.

I thought that the book could have flowed better form scene to scene. And I would have appreciated more clarity during the abduction scene.

Otherwise, this is an enjoyable short story that dissects the choices one makes in life and shows the effects it has on life. Very entertaining!

Pages: 30 | ASIN:  B07TZW2396

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Posted on September 5, 2019, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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