Quick Book Review on Invisible White Lines by Kavita Dharamvir


Sometimes when we are looking from a distance we might never know what are the real challenges one is dealing unless we take a close look.

I recently read a novel that tells one such story of a life lived. The life that seems beautiful and fulfilling. The book is called “Invisible White Lines” by Kavita Dharamvir. In today’s Book Blog I have a Book Review talking about one such book. Blogging for books is always something exciting as I can share my thoughts about the books and let people decide if they wish to read this book for themselves or not.

So, without further delay let’s begin!

INVISIBLE WHITE LINES BY
KAVITA DHARAMVIR

This book is a memoir of a woman who is married to an IAS officer posted in Ferozepur a town located at the borders of India- Pakistan. Memoirs are always a great reading experience as they tell you about the unknown through the lens of a human who encountered those circumstances that we might not be able to comprehend in our dreams sometimes.

  • A memoir (/ˈmɛmwɑːr/; from French: mémoire: memoria, meaning memory or reminiscence) is any nonfiction narrative writing based in the author’s personal memories. The assertions made in the work are thus understood to be factual.
INVISIBLE WHITE LINES

It’s all about those circumstances that one might have to confront living on the border areas. Especially if the area isn’t much developed and you have just shifted from a city like Chandigarh (In India)

She has even conveyed in some stories about the lives of people living there and how it can be hard for them when situations between the countries aren’t going good and there is a high chance of war anytime.

There are all kinds of anecdotes from the border outpost and the life of the author, her experience in various conditions. It is fast book to read and simple to grasp because the wording is very easy. The tales are nice and it can be a good book if you want to read something light and warming.

For somebody who wishes to start reading as a habit and want to browse easy-going book for reading, this will do well.


Keep reading! Why is reading important? Reading Benefits have been known to us from ages. Read the fun facts about reading below.

FUN FACT ABOUT READING

When children have a home library, as little as 20 books of their own, they achieve 3 more years of schooling than children who don’t have any books at home.

(taken from weareteachers.com)

Want to read more such fun facts about reading? Click the link to read more.


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