Thursday, 19 September 2013

Book Review—‘ The Silent Howl of Demise’ by Jyotirmoy Mazumdar

‘The Silent Howl of Demise’ by Jyotirmoy Mazumdar

An intresting story about adversities of life, wrongs deed of the people, love and bonding of young GENEREATION. … "
This is the novel by Jyotirmoy Mazumdar … The story revolves around the brutal picture of Guwahati and the raging fire of some anti-national sources. How the peace and harmony of the city is disrupted time and again and how the common people live under a constant fear of terrorists and terrorism. ‘Harsh’ the hero of story and his family due to destiny faces the rage of terrorist activity. The intensity of the subject which is Assam and its terrorism makes the reader to continue till end without giving it a break indeed it is a pleasure to read.  
The story starts with the news of Rimi's death and the journey of Harsh to seek justice for his sister and the people of Assam. When we face a loss of our loved due to the harsh conditions of other human misdeed that lead to the beginning of revenge in our mind and soul. Harsh, along with his friends, try to find out the truth behind those hideous act of mankind, to find the truth behind the death of his sister, but it wasn’t as passive as they thought it to be. They happen to face the ugly face of reality.
Different stories of people who suffer after an effect of terrorist activities is something which will leave you render speechless. Harsh's project against terrorism is the vital theme of the book. Love of Harsh and Piyali is also another important magnetism in the story. Diverse twists and turns in story of  various secrets and sacrifices which holds on to readers interest. An abrupt and unexpected end to the story keeps the curiosity of the readers alive.

Now my Positive viewpoints:

The concept and climax is good, on each and every page it will teach you a lesson. The struggle and achievement of a young generation and their significance in the current socio-eco-political era have been narrated well. The topic covered in the book is really critical and crucial as well; indeed this story will quake you, whip up your emotions and make you feeling the strong urge of going out there and do something for our fellow innocent human beings. You need to go through the book to understand the intensity of story.

Some suggestive points:
Overall the book is really good and very well expressed; I would like to suggest that a little stringent editing was required as there are some typing errors in the book. The only drawback of the book is the too much explanation of Piyali’s story and the love chemistry between Harsh & Piyali. It could have been better if it was cut short.
Final words:
Overall if asked I would say...this is a good job done by Author… (Jyotirmoy Mazumdar) I would give 3.5 stars to this book.

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