Book Review No. 13 : “Small Is Big” – Volume 3

TITLE : “Small Is Big” – Volume 3

AUTHOR : Rafaa Dalvi

A Brief Review :

The 3rd volume of “Small Is Big” by Rafaa Dalvi is enriched with the collection of 100 micro-tales & snippets. Alphabetically decorated micro tales are different in nature, precisely explained & a maximum of thirty to forty five minutes read. One can have a read in one go either by sipping a cup of coffee or travelling from one station to another. Microtales are gradually getting the spotlight in today’s scenario of internet & replacing the space between the bulky books & readers. Still, not everyone makes it to the quality contents. But, author Rafaa Dalvi proves to be skilled in this section. From dark humor & deep impact, to simple feeling & plain abstract, this book is a winner to cover every section completely & grab readers’ hearts. Easy vocabulary, adaptive language & rich tales are all those made this book a must read!

The title is in perfect place where the book cover is casual as I suggest it could have been a little bit better!

All together this amazing collection requires a lot of readers’ engage undoubtedly!

My Overall Rating : 4.5/5

~©storytellersuchismita

Author: storytellersuchismita

Hailing from a small city Malda, West Bengal, Suchismita dreams high to touch the sky. She is an avid reader, writer, poet, muser, scribbler, storyteller, published author, blogger, nature lover, social worker & a freelance model. She will soon complete her graduation in Zoology. She has also completed her advanced diploma in Computer Application. Her debut book titled "Fields of Sonnet" will soon be launched.She aspires to become a great author & book reviewer in the future. She is available on her instagram account @storytellersuchismita & her email id - ghoshalsuchismita019@gmail.com

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