Fossils of Memory

In the small beautiful village of Avina lived Rhiana Fosters Rhiana has everything that a girl could wish for Still life is dark and suffocated for her She gets strange dreams about people and places that are unknown to her Insurmountable problems with mysterious events and strange accidents engulf her life Why is this happening to her Does it mean anything Is someoIn the small beautiful village of Avina lived Rhiana Fosters Rhiana has everything that a girl could wish for Still life is dark and suffocated for her She gets strange dreams about people and places that are unknown to her Insurmountable problems with mysterious events and strange accidents engulf her life Why is this happening to her Does it mean anything Is someone trying to give her a message Rhiana makes the journey towards finding the answers to these questions But DANGER awaits her Will Rhiana free herself from these mysterious happenings or is she destined to be locked in it FOREVER.
Fossils of Memory In the small beautiful village of Avina lived Rhiana Fosters Rhiana has everything that a girl could wish for Still life is dark and suffocated for her She gets strange dreams about people and places

  • Title: Fossils of Memory
  • Author: Kruti Mehta Himanshi Shah
  • ISBN: 9788182534490
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Kruti Mehta Himanshi Shah

    I had an inclination for writing and the arts since school I had been a contributor and then editor of the school magazine Rendezvous , by the time I was in 8th grade I had completed Arangetaram the program upon graduation of training in the Indian classical dance form Bharatnatyam and was also an avid artist doing canvass painting With this background, I was also an academic achiever I ended up pursuing the Science like most others in India.Delving into Chemistry, I enjoyed it but it did not move me To do I kept up with writing and painting and joined YUVA a NGO working with underprivileged children The premise of this organization was to mobilize youth of India to contribute through giving their time for a few hours a week It is here that I first became aware of the power of communication media The work that I did and others do in enabling the downtrodden was greatly enabled through the communication approach, message and methods This left and impact and I knew that is where I wanted to build a career I have completed my masters in Mass Communication from University of Pune along with an MBA in broadcast journalism Through this course I have developed skills in written, oral and multimedia expression.You can follow her blog on 10eveningflowers.wordpress

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    • D.K. Powell said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      Mehta's first foray into the world of the supernatural is a brave attempt in the English language. While this Indian author still needs to work on developing her style as a storyteller and her book needs a little more editing to flow naturally, nevertheless, her story progresses well enough and the English is acceptable enough not to disturb the mood of the work as a whole.This would be an ideal book for the non-native English speaker who wants to improve their English reading skills but wants t [...]

    • Abhinav Yata said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      I got to know about this book through a friend of mine and I ordered it online. The moment I started reading I couldn’t keep it down. Horror and thriller have been my favorite genres and this book served me well. Every chapter of the book ends with a poetry and I loved this style of writing. Her soul is pureBut the past hauntsSome truth buriedBeneath the soilI loved this poem in the entire book. Rhiana’s emotions are clearly described in it. Also I loved the part where she struggles with her [...]

    • Krupal Gandhi said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      I got this book from the author, in exchange of an honest review from my side which I'm thrilled to share!Fossils of Memory have been a wonderful journey from start till the end. All the three female characters have been portrayed beautifully. Ruben's story touched me. As a first time author this is a wonderful job done by Kruti. I loved her way of writing and describing the characters and places. Also the language is simple and easy to understand which is indeed a benefit. Rhiana's journey towa [...]

    • Lane Vill said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      Fossils of Memory breathtaking, I love how the story flows, the first part of the book brings chill to my bone. It made me feel I am haunting by the mystery of the story. Every chapter is well written, the author brings the characters well. The reader will be able to feel emotions that brought out from the story. It digs your imagination, the different flavor on it thrilled me Fossils of Memory

    • Devang Dave said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      Fossils of Memory came was accidental but I am glad I picked it up. It's a small story with creative writing. Loved the poems. Each and every character is explained in detail and it helps the readers imagination catch the story properly. Another beautiful part of this book is that the language is highly simple. One does not need to open dictionary every now and then which happens with a lot of other books I've read. I loved Monica's character. I won't discuss more about it because I don't want t [...]

    • Harshit said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      This book was well written, interesting, tasteful, and informative. It seems like the author really did her research. must read!!! Kruti Mehta

    • Reshma said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

      a great debut by the writer. any girl can relate to the story in a milder extent!

    • Kruti Mehta said:
      Sep 21, 2018 - 23:06 PM

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