Of late, I have been trying horror genre and this is the second book from HarperCollins India that hasn’t disappointed me. The book Where do you go in the dark, my love? by Isha Singh has some ingenious stories.

The book has 19 short stories. All the stories are set in the North, especially, Garhwal region. Garhwal area has always been full of mythical tales. Recently we had even heard of the Yeti footprints being found by the Indian army. And that’s what makes this book a wholesome entertainer.

 

 

 

#Qotd – Which is a movie that had the best background score?⁣ ⁣ #aotd – HP for me⁣ ⁣ ♡ #BookReview – Where do you go in the dark, my love? by Isha Singh has some ingenious work in horror genre ⁣ ⁣ Published by @harpercollinsin⁣ ⁣ Of late, I have been trying horror genre and this is the second book from HarperCollins India that hasn’t disappointed me. ⁣ ⁣ The book has 19 short stories. All the stories are set in the North, especially, Garhwal region. Garhwal area has always been full of mythical tales. Recently we had even heard of the Yeti footprints being found by the Indian army. And that’s what makes this book a wholesome entertainer. ⁣ ⁣ Some of the stories were ingenious works, some stories were unpredictable and refreshing, and some stories had a lukewarm effect on me. The language used by the author is comprehensible and gets you involved. The settings have been brought out really well by the author. You can literally feel the chills of the environment because of the lucid descriptions and vivid imagery. What I loved the most was the fact that some stories have characters interwoven and I feel that it is a charming way of keeping the readers engaged. ⁣ ⁣ Rating: 🌟🌟🌟.5⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #Bookstagram #bookstagramindia #mumbaibookstagram #unitedbookstagram #GuardianBooks #notyouraveragebookspam #bionicbookbabes #thebookieclub #booksharks ⁣ #unitedbookstagramindia #bookstagrammer #readingmom #bookstogram #thebookstagram⁣

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Initially I felt that the stories didn’t have the much needed punch but soon the stories unraveled its mystic elements and pulled me into it. Some of the stories were ingenious works, some stories were unpredictable and refreshing, and some stories had a lukewarm effect on me. The language used by the author is comprehensible and gets you involved. The settings have been brought out really well by the author. You can literally feel the chills of the environment because of the lucid descriptions and vivid imagery. What I loved the most was the fact that some stories have characters interwoven and I feel that it is a charming way of keeping the readers engaged.

The stories I loved were The house Billie from Carrie, The black forest of the Himalayas, Scream The night of the full moon, The man-eater of Kumaon. These stories will certainly remain fresh in my mind forever.

Overall, it was a good read and revitalizing at that.


Rating: 🌟🌟🌟.5
Publisher: HarperCollins India
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