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WHEN JOURNEYS WHIP UP SURPRISES How does a soon to be married couple's fun ride end in an un imaginable mishap? How does a cricketing legend's love for his benefactor results in a series of unexpected events changing everything in life for everyone involved?An ace film director and a long time beggar cross swords in reading each other's mind Can there be a surprise winner at the end?How does a poor auto rickshaw driver learn the value of relationships and love from a passenger in an unusual trip? These and other similar situations from everyday life are dealt with in a humorous yet thought provoking fashion in Palette of Love Ashok Kallarakkal's second collection of short stories in which every story celebrates a different colors of love


10 thoughts on “Palette of Love

  1. says:

    I completed reading Ashok's second book Palette of Love The author has truly brought out the essence of love and human relationships in this book It left me teary eyed and longing for Intelligent and creative story telling great narration again leaves a lingering thought of whether the author truly faced the same situations in real life We all face situations worth narrating in real life but only Ashok can make great stories out of them Couldn't satiate my hunger of knowing the author enough but definitely than the last book Great job once again AshokDefinitely a great read during the Dec holidays I'm going to be handing out copies of Ashok's first book Curiosity kills the KathA at office this week


  2. says:

    My second book 'Palette of Love' is getting released shortly Like 'Curiosity Kills the KatHA' this is also a collection of short stories The stories are highly entertaining and at the same time they leave some lingering points for rumination in the readers' mind As the title suggests each of the stories celebrate a different color of love


  3. says:

    Ashok I finished reading your book Palette of Love I was on a short trip to Pune and this book was so engrossing I could never feel the travel Each story is great crisp especially Are you ready to share my sins or poverty This was touching and I am sure each one would go back to hisher spouse and verify this The story of old woman toiling through life were really touching Great going Ashok


  4. says:

    35 stars


  5. says:

    This is the first book I have read from this author It came as a pleasant surprise There are five stories in the book and each one is good in its own ways All the stories touch an emotional chord somewhere I am not sure whether one can call it love as the author has done with the title The story of the cricketer is pretty disturbing I like the one involving the pompous film director most Author's success seems to be in unearthing touching stories among people whom we know or even better ourselves The suspense in couple of stories are killing and the style easy and lucid A great book no doubt


  6. says:

    Before I start this review I would happily like to state that this book has been my best short story book so far in this year I simply loved all the stories which the author has so beautifully compiled in this short and sweet book Ashok is a senior IT professional currently based in Bangalore who also has to his credit a doctorate degree from IIM BangaloreRead the full review here


  7. says:

    A great collection of short stories that explores different shades of love and relation dynamics Really enjoyed reading all of them The characters are very real and the plots are so varied Kept me intrigued till the last page The best part of the book is that it has all the element that makes it not the typical love story and it breaks the cliches


  8. says:

    Absolutely a palette the final chapter Auto Rickshaw really fills tears in my eyes A love of Amma 'what people would say' than 'what if something had happened to his mother'