Book Review: Who Shall I be Today?

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Title: Who Shall I be Today?

Author: Sunita Saldhana

Page:  64 pages

Plot:    Who Shall I Be Today?

A woman can never be “just” a woman. She is a million people in one person.

“Who shall I be today?” is a collection of poems that delves into what makes up a woman. It talks of a mother’s love and fears; a woman’s search for herself; the yearnings of the heart for that someone special. It tells of the hurt and pain that love brings, and the courage to pick up the pieces and start over again.

You will find tears and smiles, pain and pride. You will find fear and courage, nostalgia and anticipation. You will find woman in all her avatars.

“Who shall I be today” by Sunita Saldhana is something written from the heart. It is a celebration of womanhood. It is guaranteed to touch the soul of every woman who reads it.

Thoughts:  “Who Shall I be Today?”  is a collection of 57 poems penned down by Sunita Saldhna. The poems are about the various roles a woman plays in her journey of life. Right from the time when her young love flourished to picking up the broken pieces of her heart, from being a daughter to motherhood, from loosing herself to finding her path.

All the poems come from a space right from the author’s heart. The essence of womanhood is penned down beautifully with each poem being powered with emotions of love, fear, passion, pain, etc. The poems are written in simple language, striking a chord with every woman reader.

My top 3 picks from the collection would be ‘From Cygnet to Swan’, ‘Love Beyond Understanding’ and ‘Don’t Tell Me Not to Love’.

I would recommend this book to every woman out there so they can get be reminded how special is it to be a woman and cherish each aspect of it!

Ratings: 3.5/5

PS: Thanks to the author and The Book Club for sending me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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