Book Review: God's Table: Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti, Sandeep Huilgol



God's Table: The Last Supper by Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti, and Dr. Sandeep Huilgol stages, with awareness and maturity, the lives of two couples, whose stories are intertwined by chance disconcerted by the societal, ethical, economic and anthropological issues plaguing our nation these days.

Meet Amrita and Robert, a duo who will converse on behalf of you as you observe their every day parley on problems you think are worth talking about from education, medication, elections, corruption, honour killing, child marriage, social media to find an answer to each issue.

With a dry and realistic style, incisive like a razor, the authors tell a story of twinge, confirming a writer can read deeply into the human soul as reading this book engages you and make you passionate. The authors deal with current and serious sensitive issues with pleasant and light writing, which addresses issues of the society.

This book can be considered good if it makes you reflect on the condition of our society today as you understand that the authors has threw it all in a blender and out came the book, so to define stories that perhaps taken individually, would could create interesting work, but mixed together the result is a result of too much.

The pages run faster and occasionally require pauses for reflection. The theme of the complex and fragile balance of the couple's relationship is as timely as ever, and the writer shows a deep ability to analyze the dynamics of couple presenting situations with great candour. Our society today is often faced with superficiality and is immediately put to the test by new values or better from the objectives that life imposes on us, touching a bit all of us, men and women indiscriminately.

Overall it is a good book and despite the clear difficulties from the psychological point of view the couple does not lose the compass and remains united even in the storm. Beautiful, in one breath with the themes are, unfortunately, still very timely as the main subject is very delicate with the authors manages to engage the reader and is allowed to participate in the narrative, making them continually holding their breath until the last page.

The narrative style is fluid and makes it look like the facts narrated belonging to our daily reality. The story that would, in the intentions, telling different, but parallel unhappiness of two couples, is very contrived and looking for a paradigm that does not raise any identification or emotional attachment of the reader towards the characters.

You will reach a dramatic turn without no previous history justifies that, psychologically, the event. The tragedy, which would perhaps, in the author's intentions, jumped back over some events to the attention of the chronicles, is rather unpleasant in its banality.

Thanks to the smooth and pleasant writing, you can rediscover the hardships with which a couple faces major union, as the first pages emerge the reasons for the increasing number of cracks and the relative isolation in itself of every person addicted to hold within themselves their own pain, their own weaknesses with the fear and uncertainty to face each other.



Format: Paperback ♥ Publisher: CreateSpace ♥ Pages: 76 ♥ Published: April 2015 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-1511961677