Highly recommended – “Clean slate” by Preeti refers to a “fresh beginning”. Characters of this collection of stories are stuck in the dilemma of their ordeals looking to start afresh. Some succeed and some don’t.
All of them made some choices in their lives that sooner or later came face to face at an unexpected time – A common man who considered his honesty as his biggest asset, a woman who aborted her unborn girl child knowingly, A father who en-cashed an unexpected opportunity at the cost of his only daughter’s injury, A professor who got insulted by a wealthy and unruly student openly.
Some stories are light-hearted like “my tech-savvy father” where a son wants his father to be upgraded with emerging technologies. In “Unfaithful partner” two friends are preparing for their revenge from a single person but with different motives. “Reincarnation” brings out a hidden face of society. Also, there is a horror story “Haunted house” running in the background of a broken love story.
These stories will open your mind to strange things that could happen. Although not all of them are true, some are lies as well. For instance when “Raghu” finds out why the stuff from his apartment was getting disappeared day by day. A few characters and their stories are relatable like “Hari” who got graduated with flying colours but could not grab a decent job no matter how hard he tried. On top of that, he struggles with a nagging father.
This collection of fictional stories shows distinct shades of lives and situations. While reading it, you live a dozen times. Its aroma will linger in your conscious long after you close the book. You will yearn to know a bit more.
In total, this book will satiate your appetite for a good read.
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“There are a few stories that are bound to stay with you for the rest of your life. Maybe not because of their storyline but actually because of the values it imparts. Clean Slate is a collection of such short stories that are bound to make the reader fall in love with them. It contains stories from various genres and every story has some value to be imparted. I picked up this book because of its unusual title and recently, I have been pretty obsessed with short stories.” – Avnish V – on of the reader of the Book.
Preeti RajputAuthor-Clean Slate
Preeti Rajput is an India native and lives in the Noida city. An IT expert by profession and a storyteller by heart, she is a travel enthusiast and a voracious reader. Instagram:http://instagram.com/inertiaspeaks