Book Name          -  Out of the blue
Author                  - Ekamdeep Singh
Publisher              - Leadstart Publishing
Number of Pages – 96
Publishing Year   – 2015
Edition                  - Paperback
Blurb
Love is understanding, mutual confidence, sharing, and forgiving. Love is invisible. It is a true feeling; it cannot be seen or measured. Sometimes, the voice of the heart is much stronger than all the other sounds and words spoken without feelings.Love leads a person to the path of truth but sometimes, the truth spoken for love can lead us and the life of our love to the never-ending separation and the conclusion is only destruction.

Welcome to ‘Out of the Blue’, an adventurous story of a young lieutenant, Sebastian, who struggles through many hardships for his tormented old father and his lover, Carole. Furthermore, plans, suspense, lust, and jealousy provide a divergence from the loving atmosphere of Paris.

My Review 
I was wondering if I should write the review keeping in mind the age of the author or should I give a generalized review. Well, the book reminded me of classic adventure stories like Gulliver’s Travel.  As a kid, I used to grab tiny book versions of the adventure stories wherein the storyline would be given without much literary embellishments. Out of the blue is one like that. The story is interesting and engaging with lot of surprising twists and turns. I kept on wondering how a fifteen year old boy, could imagine such an intense story. The language of the author is good. His vast reading is evident in the book. The title and book cover is completely in sink with the story.
Again experience and age matters. The lack of embellishments that I mentioned earlier would be because of his lack of experience in life. Lack of Character build up is one of the major flaws. I cannot be judgmental or biased as a reviewer. But I am forced to say that Ekamdeep has done an exemplary job for his age. But to come into the world of literature a little more experience and hard work is needed.
Reviewed for the publisher
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book as a complimentary copy in exchange for a honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

About the author
“I write because one day I will be gone, but my writings will always live on.” Ekamdeep Singh, a student of class 10, at Little Flower Convent Sr. Sec. School Gurdaspur, has contributed to the field of Literature with his novel ‘Out of the Blue.’ He was born in a small town of Punjab, Gurdaspur, on September 4, 2000. The prolific work, intellectuality and deep interest of the author in English has led to the shaping of this book. The author has also written a French- historical novel ‘An Outrageous Vengeance’ in 2013, endeavouring to meet the desires of the initiated readers. Besides novels and novellas, he is also working on his upcoming projects including poetry, plays, and drama. Contact no.: 7087532777, 9914377007 Email: writer.ekam@gmail.com

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Review of Out Of The Blue

Title : Out Of The Blue

Author : Ekamdeep Singh

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Blurb : Love is understanding, mutual confidence, sharing, and forgiving. Love is invisible. It is a true feeling; it cannot be seen or measured. Sometimes, the voice of the heart is much stronger than all the other sounds and words spoken without feelings.

Love leads a person to the path of truth but sometimes, the truth spoken for love can lead us and the life of our love to the never-ending separation and the conclusion is only destruction.

Welcome to ‘Out of the Blue’, an adventurous story of a young lieutenant, Sebastian, who struggles through many hardships for his tormented old father and his lover, Carole. Furthermore, plans, suspense, lust, and jealousy provide a divergence from the loving atmosphere of Paris.

My View : The book holds an adventurous story which is woven around the unexpected events of the protagonist’s life  named Sebestian. The story goes symmetrical along the title; every episode played unexpectedly leaving Sebestian in trauma. The cover of the book already spoke that the readers will get a chance to meet the pirates while tracing the sea journey in their minds. Well it is an attractive cover which will surely set the readers on the reading track in no time.

Author has covered numerous events in this thin book. His father’s secret abduction of which he is totally unknown, his treasure hunt journey, friend’s avaricious and cruel behavior for him, his imprisonment in false case, Carole’s (Wife of Sebestian) adopted son’s meeting with him, his meeting with Margaret, his incomplete amour for carole, the fights with pirates and finally his unexpected death. There is lot more to discover in the book for readers. The story is fast paced. All the events are moving very fast that it would take hardly one minute to feel the switches between those events. The switches occur so often that a reader is welcomed by a new event before the establishment of a healthy connection with the previous one.

The writing style is simple. The narration done by the author is not impressive and was detaching me from the story over and over again. I had found several writings which does not provide any kind of linking with the story. Like protagonist’s childhood friend Catalina expressed her love for him (Sebestian) through a letter which he receives after her death ; this part is unnecessarily mentioned which was not helping the story in any way. Instead of mentioning such worthless parts if author had worked on polishing the important events, then the reading journey would be interesting.

If I see the age of the author, then I must say that he has done well in his book but from the reader’s perspective the book lacks in various ingredients which are very important to make a good story. Author needs to learn a lot for serving the story in an interesting way in-front of readers. I believe that Ekamdeep will surely improve his skills in future. His imaginations are very good but he lacks the art in expressing those imaginations in an effective way.

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