Book Review: The Diary on the fifth floor @raishalalwani @rupa_publications @vinfluencers
Very light read and some stories are very nice.
This book is compliation of real life incidents of a 25 year old girl Savannah Khanna which she wrote in a diary on daily basis.Savannah thinks that why people not care for anyone and she adopt their sadness in her life and always thought about these incidences and then she met a psychatric Dr Berry who helps her in understanding things going around in this world give her a new perspective to publish your diary….there are so many incident like
A woman leaves her infant at home but finds her on a busy street in an unexpected turn of events.
Another woman wakes up in a flight hours later, befuddled, in the strangest circumstance.
A fascinating tale of a twenty-five-year-old woman that takes hold of us from the moment she enters the fifth floor of a hospital;
As the novel progresses, we are drawn into characters and stories that are toe-curling, strange and haunting in their raw intensity. What is the story of this woman? What secrets lie in the pages of her diary? And most importantly, what happens on the fifth floor?
The end is bit tragic but overall lighthearted.
About the Author
Raisha Lalwani, a reader by day and a writer by night, is a content homemaker. Her passion for writing started at an early age and has been growing since. After being trained as a singer in classical Hindustani music, she later went on to get a Master’s in International Business. She has lived in Mumbai, Jaipur, Delhi and Dubai. Her need to pen things down has lead to her debut novel, The Diary on the Fifth Floor. A fine line between fact and fiction, this book is a collection of short stories in the form of diary entries.