Book Review: The Moon in the Sun by Sanjay Kumar Singh

The Moon in the Sun: A Novel in Poetry of Love, Life, Soul & Wildlife
Author: Sanjay Kumar Singh
Publishers: Notion Press
Rating: 3/5

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
~Albert Einstein

Nature is said to be the best healer. When the curve of life changes because of the crests and troughs, it is always wise to succumb in the lap of nature and get peace of mind. ‘The Moon in the Sun’ is a poetry collection that is very different from the likes. It has a story weaved through the delicate beads (words) and offers the readers a delightful read.

‘The Moon in the Sun’ is the story of Narayan- the first part of the book deals with his past and the second part narrates his life after 50 years. His attachment to nature and the surroundings is what shapes his life. The emotional connect and the intricate feelings have been portrayed by the author very well. The characterization is fine. Barring a few grammatical errors, the plot is praiseworthy.

However, I feel that the cover design could have been made more intense. Why read this book? Because it will touch your soul and change your perception. This is a new form of poetry for most of the readers and giving it a shot will be worthwhile.

Best Wishes to the author!

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