Happiness is all around you. You just need to open your eyes, and tune your mind to perceive it. This collection of short stories demonstrates how a random stranger, a grumpy boss and even a beggar can make you happy. One thing is assured, after reading these stories there will be a smile on your face, warmth in your heart and you will feel good.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR :
Mahesh Sowani is a writer, poet, book reviewer, speaker and a legal professional. He holds masters degrees in Law and Management. He was a faculty member for Master of Laws course at University of Mumbai. He has keen interest in yoga, meditation, English literature and financial management.
Many of his writings have been published in leading English and Marathi publications like Hindustan Times, Outlook Traveller, Maharashtra Times, Yuva Sakaal, Kalnirnay etc. He writes on his blog http://maheshsowani.blogspot.in/ He is contributing author of the books Defiant Dreams, Winged Hearts, Love Stories Around Us, Friendship Bonds Beyond Time and Unbound trajectories that changed course of life.
MY REVIEW :
Heart Of The Matter is a collection of short stories by Mahesh Sowani. The first story Baby’s Day Out is a cute story where a little boy along with her aunt and friends goes to watch Amitabh Bachan movie. The second story, ” Naughty At Forty” made me laugh a lot. How the person things of culprit being someone else and the real culprit is someone else. “Airport” is the third story and I totally loved it.
When the person is all about confused and feel ashamed to ask his queries but then ask his best friend only. “Stronger are the forces” is the story which will make you teach one of the lessons of life. The story, “My First Teacher” made me remind of mine first class teacher.”Beggars have a choice” is a story I liked reading. Last but not the least, the story ” Blessings” was one of those beautiful written story. I loved each and every story compiled in this book. The book was well edited and the language used was quite easy to understand. Overall, the book proves to be an amazing tea time read.
RATING : 4/5