Wednesday, 5 July 2017

REVIEW OF KILOL BRUGES EXPRESS

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No of pages : 138


Distributed by : Power -Publishers .com


Published on : April 2017


Genre : Youth Adult Contemporary Fiction


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Blurb


Mrs. Kumar, an award winning film director, is being interviewed! She shares the vivid colours of Chikki's journey and how that retarded journey which commenced with sheer wilderness accelerated into top gear, as the sinusoidal wave of life questioned even the absolute existence of her. Is this for real, is it happening too quickly, is she able to come out of the maze or the monstrous wave of life strikes time? Even if you have dreamt of a little something then fasten your seatbelt for this enthralling journey where the pattern of life will unfold, so very magnificently!

Kilol-Bruges Express:The Fading Nomad is the story of Chikki,  a teen age girl from the village of Kilol 60 Kms away from Delhi.who has lost her father when she was very  young. Her mother dies due to TB . At that time she has finished her board exams and joined a college in Delhi to study Bachelors in English. There she joins Cafe Coffee Day . Radha , an Mukti  her colleages at the CCD join her and they rent a small apartment near their college There she meets Rahul and they get married. Their married life starts at Florida .So goes the story.

About the author



Ackshat Deoli is a freelance writer whose only passion is writing fiction. He has written for many illustrious clients as well as services and has already published a short story 'Murder in Orange County'. From a very small age, Ackshat was driven to books like a moth to a flame but he never knew that he wanted to be a writer until he wrote a short story and really loved the process of framing a story. Ackshat believes that a book is dead when he completes it and thus, doesn't necessarily cherishes the end product! He likes the climb, the beginning, the struggles and finally, light at the end of tunnel. Kilol Bruges Express: The Fading Nomad is pretty close to his heart, as Ackshat feels that writing this book has really changed his outlook towards life. (less)

My review

Kilol-Bruges Express:The Fading Nomad is the story of Chikki,  a teenage girl from the village of Kilol 60 Kms away from Delhi.who has lost her father when she was very  young. Her mother dies due to TB . At that time she has finished her board exams and joined a college in Delhi to study Bachelors in English. There she joins Cafe Coffee Day . Radha , an Mukti  her colleagues at the CCD join her and they rent a small apartment near their college There she meets Rahul and they get married. Their married life starts at Florida .So goes the story.

Ackshat Deoli  has penned this story with a lot of elan and enthusiasm  which fact reflects in the whole book. it is a story of Chikki an orphan and her precocious achievements against all the odds.  The author has made it an enjoyable read by his rhetoric of prose  and  a strong plot with drama and suspense.Yes, there are so many deplorable and stressful situations and circumstances in Chikki's life. But she handles them with a lot of maturity ,wit and wisdom.

The author has given so much attention  to not only  Chikki's actions but also to her thoughts. He has projected her as a self -made celebrity.Her aim is to become a great author like Agatha Christie, H.W.Longfellow or Ruskin Bond.She becomes a manager in the Cafe coffee day  and she wins second prize from an entry she has sent to the Brussels Literature fest. There is a poem given in the page no 88 and it is nice.


The book carries all the elements of youth fiction like romance,  love,  lust,betrayal, adultery , pain and success. The language is so superb which keeps me  hooked and it serves as a page turner .The conversations are lively and lovely  You would feel the story is happening  in front of you as a tale. 


Mrs Kumar (Chikki) tells the story    in an interview by Sahni . for English speaking audience .Overall the book is a fantastic read for all . I recommend this book to all fiction lovers.


My rating: 4/5


Disclaimer: I have received the book from the author  in exchange of my honest and unbiased review 

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