Book Reviews

Fitting into Life

Author: Hasina Saiyeda

Language: English

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Publisher: Literatureslight Publishing, 2019

Review by: Williamsji Maveli

Hasina Saiyeda

About Author: Based in Kolkata, Hasina Saiyeda is a 24-years-old, Technical Content Writer who has a knack of telling stories to the world. She has completed her graduation in Computer Science Engineering in 2018 and currently pursuing post graduate diploma in Technical writing in Business Management. She loves writing and contributes her writing to blogs and other online platforms. She even runs her own blog in spare time where she writes about various topics related to writing and reading. Being passionate about writing she took it up as profession after graduation and targets to share her ideas with larger audience through her writings. She writes in simple English so that everyone can read her stories no matter what language they speak. She is a writer of a short story book "Melodies of Life" which was published in January 2019. She is also fond of writing instant quotes. Apart from writing, Collecting and Reading books, writing journal and working on illustrated journals are her hobbies.

Review: When we like everything in the novel, no additional words are required for appreciation and review. When there are controversial points in it or new and alarming possessions, we need something more than an exclamation mark.

The theme of novel titled “Fitting into life” revolves around the story of a 25 year old girl, named Ritabhari who suffers from a mental disorder. One phone call received changes her plan to end her life. This makes the novel for further reading and delight and bliss of its content which is being spread out in 51 pages, divided into three parts and four chapters, structured to a short novel, say a novelette

Novel may be defined as a fictitious prose narrative of book length, typically representing character and action with some degree of realism and imagination clubbed together. It is an invented prose narrative of considerable length and a certain complexity that deals imaginatively with human experience, usually through a connected sequence of events involving a group of persons in a specific mind-set.

Within its broad framework, the genre of the novel has encompassed an extensive range of types and styles, which honorable author Hasina Saiyeda has well performed through the chapters of her first novel titled Fitting into life.

The toughest part of sketching a novel is to make out where to start and how to keep on going to the end. The novelist needs to build an atmospheric setting and decide on a theme. Novellas and novelettes might not be very common, but we often see short stories and novels. Knowing the differences, however, is still important. Although they are all works of fiction, each type has its own purpose.

Diving straight into chapter one, after the bare minimum of planning and working out what happens as the writer proceeds further. Wishing good luck to honorable author Hasina Saiyeda. Happy writings. Stay blessed. Love and Light.

Blurb: Ritabhari, a 25-years-old girl, who suffers from a mental disorder, plans to commit suicide for the sixth time in her life. She was absolutely not interested in living life. She couldn't fit into a normal life like other people around her. She lost friends, love, and job at the same time just because of her disorder. When she was all set to take her life her phone rings. She took it and found out that it was her school friends who called her after eight years. She was surprised. But the actual surprises were yet to come… Find out what happens in her life afterwards. Does she Fits into LIFE once again? What if Fitting into LIFE becomes tougher for her?