Book review 5 – “26 Words -A to Z of short stories” – by Smita Pal Sinha #BlogChatterEbookCarnival


I am reviewing the following book:

“26 WORDS – A to Z of Short Stories” by Ms.Smita Pal Sinha

About the Book:

This book is a collection of 26 short stories on topics of  various social issues..Each story revolves around a word which starts with a letter of the alphabet and a social issue which also begins with the same letter.

About the Author:

Ms.Smita Pal Sinha is a working mother who loves to write, cook, paint, read and do a lot many other things…

She blogs at

My thoughts on this book:

I would first like to congratulate the author for writing these stories about different social issues and also making it very much interesting to read..

I liked all the stories and it was not boring and not preachy in nature..The message about awareness on social causes are depicted very clearly along with the story line  and I feel that the writing style of the author is brilliant..

I liked the following stories in no particular order – About education, Dowry, Child abuse, domestic violence,female foeticide, gender discrimination, sexual harassment at work place, Infertility, Child labour, Maternity leave, kid’s pressure,story of a survivor,story of an orphan child, story of an unequal pay, story about Judgement, story on racial discrimination and story of unmatched zodiacs…

Overall, I personally feel that this Ebook is awesome to read and I  would also recommend the same to others as I totally enjoyed reading the same.


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