|Tall man samll shadow|
- Length of the chapters- Short and crisp.
- Good uses of metaphors to explain philosophies of life and its complexities
- A positive note in each chapter- You would wish life was as happy as the characters.
- The cover design and the book name- Enticing and creates mystery
- Multiple narrations. Too confusing. The readers have to guess in the beginning of the chapter, who is narrating. There are first and third person narratives change in every chapter! Sad!
- Slow pace of the story- At times I wished the book had a fast fwd button like a DVD player does.
- Typos and overtly simple language that made it look like a story being narrated by a school child. A novella should have a wise choice of words. Dialogues were silly in many places.
- Characters- Too unrealistic, especially Aalya's parents (such people exist in fiction only) , Seema (a desperate lesbian), strange character of Aalya who is in love with two different gender people at the same time!!