5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I've thoroughly enjoyed "Strangers on the 16:02". The train journey is an exciting read. It's captivating as the characters' backgrounds slowly unfold through a change of perspectives. Suspense is maintained until the very last page, so, as a "quick read", you do not want to put the book down before you have finished reading it. Finally - as always - it is a pleasure becoming immersed in Priya Basil's use of language.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
"Remembering is a disease I suffer from" - As this quote already implies, Priya Basil's novel "The Obscure Logic of The Heart"
is about a relationship which is not that easy. This is nothing new or special, a love story with a complicated plot?
Well, complicated love is a topic mankind has liked to write, sing, talk about since Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet",
as it has always remained a modern problem. Priya Basil choses a new path, "The Obscure Logic of the Heart" is being
presented with an unconventional structure: The main plot is about a Muslim girl who falls in love with a Sikh boy from
a rich family. This thread takes turns… Read more