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Saturday, 23 March 2019
Book Name- Ghoomophiro
Author Name- Himadri Garg
Publication- Kalamos Literary Services LLP
Published Year- 2019
Genre- Fiction
Page Count- 195
Full of photographs, souvenirs and trinkets from around the world, the Kumar house was nothing short of a mini-museum of the flavours from the world. There were preserve-me glow balls from places that no longer existed- like the great barrier reef or the Hawaiian Islands, along with memory-cubes, that contained snap-shot holograms of places that the residents had been to and wanted to revisit virtually anytime they wanted. Happy photographs of family members, still framed, instead of the now common digital screen-shots that kept changing as per calendar events, awards and certificates for varied accomplishments, both professional and personal and signs of a well-read occupant were all visible. The house, to say the least, had character and spoke for itself, even though, ironically, most of its members did not as much.
Ghoomophiro is the story of two sisters Nitika and Kritika and their exciting much-awaited trip with their family. Both of them are travelers and during this trip, family discusses everything about their travel tales.
With its vivid descriptions, uplifting adventures, Ghoomophiro is a journey that everyone can live with and can relate to and can inspire anyone to pack the bags to explore.
My Review
Ghoomophiro is a travel account of two sister's, Nikita and Kritika who loves travelling even after hitting fifties. The book is fast paced in future where we are equipped with AI. Book begins with sister's going concern about their children and their addiction towards gadgets. The two planned way out to break them from this monotonous lifestyle.
The book consists of various travel accounts from the author's life. The places she has visited and her thrilling experience to great places.
The book excessively long, less paragraph break somewhere makes the book less appealing. On contrary I enjoyed description of places mentioned in the book.
The portion I enjoyed how the two wanderlust sister's come together with whole family to celebrate their travel journey.
The book cover could have been better, the narration was slow whereas writing style and language was decent.
The book can be picked on Sunday's. The overall the book was decent.
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Reviewed by Aditi Srivastava