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Twigs Entwined ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Twigs Entwined By Pooja Subramanian ✸ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Twigs Entwined is an unusual work of fiction that will take you down the alleys of passion, life and selfrealisation It takes you through the thoughts of the protagonist who is trapped in a place whic Twigs Entwined is an unusual work of fiction that will take you down the alleys of passion, life and selfrealisation Twigs Entwined eBook ↠ It takes you through the thoughts of the protagonist who is trapped in a place which is dark and beyond her understanding She tries to understand what little she can and makes herself believe that she is trapped in some place within a rainforest Her stream of consciousness, how she reflects back on them, her dreams and life in there form the essence of this book It ends with the revelation of a suspense that is sure to leave you with an everlasting smile The author makes use of philosophy and poetry to connect and engage the readers with the character.

    Twigs Entwined eBook ↠ Twigs Entwined eBook a rainforest Her stream of consciousness, how she reflects back on them, her dreams and life in there form the essence of this book It ends with the revelation of a suspense that is sure to leave you with an everlasting smile The author makes use of philosophy and poetry to connect and engage the readers with the character."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 97 pages
  • Twigs Entwined
  • Pooja Subramanian
  • English
  • 09 July 2018

About the Author: Pooja Subramanian

Pooja Subramanian was brought up in Kerala better known as God's Own Country, in India She did her Engineering from Twigs Entwined eBook ↠ Government Engineering College Thrissur, and her Masters in Management from the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow She finished writing her first book Twigs Entwined in , and it was published by Partridge Singapore in May, She loves to travel, read, write, day d.



10 thoughts on “Twigs Entwined

  1. Candice Candice says:

    With little exposition, rising action that plateaus after the first chapter, and a turning point that leads to a dead end, this narrative doesn't deliver on substance.

    Summary-  Twigs Entwined explores the idea of lost time and identity. When we meet the unnamed narrator, we are introduced to her knowing that she has awoken in a space that is confined, dark, and foreboding. She feels the anxiety of being trapped and the fear of whether or not she will ever get rescued. Throughout the story, the narrator explores the value of her life, relationships, and she delves deep into the confines of sorrow. In every hero's journey, the plighted character is a mirror to the world and forever changed. As in most plots where protagonist pain is paramount, to quote Khalil Gibran’s, The Prophet, “The deeper sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain.” However, there is not much joy contained in this novella by Pooja Subramanian. With the noticeable influence of Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis, the reader anxiously awaits a grand revelation that the plot never fully delivers. 
     
    Aside from a compelling synopsis, much interest is lost less than half-way through the novella. There were elements that were underdeveloped, and as a reader, I felt deprived of Subramanian's potential.
     
    Character Development- To the detriment of this story, there is only one character. With a thin plot, Twigs Entwined does not have enough muscle to support the development of that character. The unnamed protagonist lay confined in a small space, likes to write, and cycles through two emotions: despair and anger. 
     
    Flow- The language of the story reads forced. At times I was lost in a sea of adjectives that did very little in describing anything. Several sentences felt choppy due to linguistically lazy word choice and an overuse of the thesaurus. Sentences like The nanometer seems to have under-graduated to picometer now read both technical and misplaced. Overall, poor word choice negatively impacted the novellas flat tone.  
     
    Best audience- Fans of experimental poetry and self-improvement will enjoy this non-conventional conversation piece.
     
    Overall- I really wanted to like this! That synopsis grabbed me, and I was sold! I applaud her attempt to develop a personal story about transformation, but there is no transformation found in the novella.
     
    Strength: Though this story fails to capture the type of timelessness or poetic structure the author has been influenced by, the concept was unique. 
    Weakness: Twigs Entwined reads false, overworked, and underdeveloped. A story that should have been a celebration, unfortunately, is redundant and difficult to read. 

  2. Pooja Subramanian Pooja Subramanian says:

    Twigs Entwined is about those little nuances of life that get obscured by oversight. Growing up, we all nurture within us the instinct to look at almost everything from our own perspective, rather than from someone else’s. A lot of strong emotions we feel in life is also as a result of this. Twigs Entwined is about trying to understand our special journey of life from a new perspective.

    The only character in this book comes across as someone who loves science, poetry, is modern and broad minded. The narrative style used is “stream of consciousness”. So keep your mind open and free to enjoy this entire piece through the senses, thoughts and mannerisms of the protagonist.

    It owns a storyline which has not been touched upon before, in the world of literature. Everything that happens in the book is for a reason, even the sequence of events. You will definitely be able to place all the pieces of the puzzle right, by the time you finish reading. Please feel free to contact me for any discussions after reading the book.

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