Gulabi by Pankaj Suneja: A Review

Hi, Folks,

This is one of the books that I have been holding to review for months now. I really wish that I reviewed it earlier, but I had way too many things in my hand.

Title: Gulabi
Language: English
Pages: 76 pages

Stri’s Take On It: What starts as a simple story between Monty and his girlfriend takes a serious, unexpected turn when she leaves him for fun and traveling. He on the other hand, makes his life go miserable. While one might think this is a mere break-up story, this isn’t. This is more deep and dark than what it seems to be. The author handles a sensitive topic of schizophrenia with ease.


  1. The story’s narration was short and crisp. No unwanted drama to extend the pages.
  2. Language and vocabulary were brilliant at places that you could feel the story.


  1. The language wasn’t consistent throughout. At times, it felt like the author just gave up on the language and merely wrote the story. Consistency in writing style was lacking.

Do I recommend? If you prefer to read sad, deep books, YES!

Rating: 3.5/5

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