Name: THE MOTHER OF ALL BOOKS
Author: Rajni Arun Kumar
Publisher: Globen Vision Press
Genre: Fiction, Satire, Humor
Writing style: 4.5/5
About the book: The mother of all books is all about pregnancy. Yes you heard it right. Pregnancy. A not-ready-yet lady (mentally) gets pregnant and it starts. In author’s own words from “Are you throwing up yet?” and “Where is your belly” to “Do you have milk?” and “No leaking” this book covers all the stages of pregnancy with the flavour of humour.
- Way of writing
- Cartoon presentation at the end of each chapter
- Sarcastic answers
- Humor sometimes becomes complicated to understand. If you have newly added humor in your genre this is not the book to read.
- Long under bract sentence are sometimes tedious and slashes the continuity of paragraph.
- English in south Indian accent is horrible.
Abhishek’s view :
I wish I was a girl so that I could read this book in its true spirit. But still I enjoyed it throughout (no, nothing get from here). That has been a wonderful experience, especially the humor potion of book. After a long time I had gone through such a class of humor and sarcasm. The book gain its core with word go. Yes, the very first page of preface will project the writing style and core of humor and you will start liking this book.
Sarcastic answers of the common questions, long humorous dialogues, satire, characters these all are the positives of book. Written on the background of pregnancy this book may fail in covering all age groups and gender, but humorous writing style makes it interesting. Do give it a read if you are a woman, but if you are a guy, still you can read it for the sake of humor.