The Green Room (The Broken Kaleidoscope, #4) – S.U. Ramesh

I kept it a secret, but I knew that there would be another installation of The Broken Kaleidoscope series and I have just finished it, what a story!  Kavya’s new place. We meet the main character, Kavya, moving into a new apartment. She has never lived on her own. She has never been this far […]

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The Red Creeper (The Broken Kaleidoscope, #3) – S.U. Ramesh

Ramesh does it again, to have a way with words, is just utterly amazing.  I have now finished the last instalment of the Broken Kaleidoscope series. This short story was very different from the first two.  The grave site.  It begins with a setting in 1898, a colonial India. There were convicts digging a mass […]

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The Flower of Pain (The Broken Kaleidoscope, #2) by S.U. Ramesh

This is a powerful way to express how; one realises their ignorance toward identity, how a person journeys through their life with knowledge but not experience and acceptance for wrong-doing.   Swarali’s paired up with the outcast, Ila, for an English project. The outcome of this is an oddly satisfying friendship is made after the […]

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Starry Night and The Dance of Life (The Broken Kaleidoscope, #1)

Short stories; these were beautifully written and portrayed how we as humans are just human, whether ecstatically happy or severely depressed.  The first of the two stories, ‘Starry Night’ was exceptional in the way Ramesh portrays the wife and how she is feeling. She is troubled and still trying to succeed at life by taking […]

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