Sunday, August 14, 2016

Book Review: The Last Bloom - Poulomi Sengupta

The Last Bloom Poulomi Sengupta

The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta written in creative tones, is filled with passion, sentimentality, fantastic descriptions and the lyricism of the characters. The idyllic atmosphere of the story has characteristics of extraordinary beauty through poetic metaphors and similes that invests the emotions in the mind of the reader through the message it wants to convey.


Priya’s youthful thoughts and aspirations struggle to fit into her new-fangled academy life and its political opinions as all her visions of audacious rock climbing trips, extensive night frescoes with bosom friends, class bunking in lieu of film shows, tasting scrumptious street side delicacies with classmates, would now open out to a new world before her!

In an atmosphere as contrasting to that of school, Priya gets out in the open to a learning structure, which is inhibited by political unions. Priya has to endure as she is wedged between the college hero Suvo's charismatic style and her unpleasant tussles with high and mighty college loafer Vivek.

Over and over again despoiled by the playful Shweta and saved by the frank seditious Aashi, Priya has to recognize her associates and stand up for them in opposition to severe antagonism.

The plot is divided into an aesthetic trend in which stands out the originality of the finale, which is touching and moving but then that is where the touch of the brilliant narrative that overturns all the reader's beliefs and the same basic plot.

A fairy tale that despite its brevity has made me fall in love right away, because I love to find in the books poetic language and full of sensitivity with a plot almost pervaded with emotions that make a young lady, who is the key character and it does put herself in the surrounding nature and the protagonist of this story.

I was very surprised with the very sweet and refined style of writing with its pensive side will push all kinds the reader not to give up reading a wonderful novel, which can teach us a lot. I found the finish really deep and authentic with a sliding style with detailed and sharp descriptions that will get you into the characters, whom we meet in every chapter and know more and more.

This book is an intriguing read, charming and engaging in a feminine style for a truly exemplary and unforgettable pen with a story of various shades of pink and yellow that enters the soul of readers and remains indelible and unique in its kind.

The plot is so exciting that it can be made as a movie, so I hope that there is a transposition to the movies because it really deserves.



Format: Paperback ♥ Publisher: Leadstart ♥ Pages: 394 ♥ Published: February 2016 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-9352015474
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Poulomi said...

Thank you very much for your review. I am glad you liked the novel. The feedback inspires me to write more!