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An Emotional Journey of two Dyeing Di-Pole Persons
Sep 11, 2013 10:43 AM 34617 Views
(Updated Sep 11, 2013 01:52 PM)



Hi Friends,

I'm back after so many days, probably I didn't journeyed so much for the last few months. I'd gone for Rakshabandhan and was returning when I bought the novel from Ranchi railway station, just going by the name of "Durjoy Datta", whose "Of course I love you", I had particularly read and reviewed too.

Going by the novel, it's narration is quirky as Durjoy's previous novels, there is love, there is friendships, and complication too, and lots and lots of drugs.

Story: It is the story of two different personalities in the same room in the hospital, Room No. 509, perfectly di-pole, where the boy, named Dushyant Roy, an drug-alcoholic, who hate his life, is suffering from severe kidney failure, and on the other bed is an ever-smiling angel, Pihu, both destined to die, and how their life journey in the room to death is beautifully pictured by Durjoy Datta, who will stun you and surprise you, if you have read his initial books.

The three other important characters is Dr. Armaan, who has a very bad past, which he'd grounded beneath himself. There is Zara, a beautiful intern, working under Armaan, who have been raped at the age of 15, that's why she hates her father, who didn't believed her, and hates man's creed. And there is Kajal, who is lovable, rich, and Dushyant loved her and had broken up with him, and involved with a rich friend.

The story in short is the hate and friendship relation between Dushyant and Pihu, the love relation between Kajal and Dushyant and Zara, the love relation between Pihu and Armaan, and everybody's dark past, which make you to sail through the complete novel without stopping.

Armaan want to save Pihu in any case, while Zara want to save Dushyant in any case. Who save whom? That forms the climax of the novel, that I won't tell, but ask you to read it once.

Beware, you might cry at the end, so be brave while reading the novel.

Narration is fast, although character development have killed few chapters initially, but still it is a very pleasing read.

Read it and enjoy Folks. How was the novel, write me back.

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