Name of the novel – Almond
Author – Sohn Won-pyung
Genre – Fiction
Almond: The Novel Book Review
Meet Yunjae, a kid whose almonds (amygdalae) don’t function admirably: he doesn’t encounter feelings since his almonds don’t convey the right messages to his mind. His story is not difficult to peruse and follow regardless of his being unique. It seems like he is presenting his defense without attempting to: he’s simply portraying what’s typical to him and actually like that he appears to be ordinary to us perusers.
There is a major differentiation between the existences of Yunjae and Gon: one grows up getting loads of adoration and care while the other is as a rule passed on to his own gadgets. Nature versus sustain. Individuals around you matter, particularly their eagerness to allow you an opportunity and their true expect you to thrive. Almond book is tied in with being distinctive yet at the same time making a big deal about your existence with the help of others.
Won-pyung Sohn composed a contacting story. Particularly the part where the primary person ventures out towards Gon is delightful. Their discussions are the most intriguing piece of the book. What the fundamental person needs feeling, you as a peruser compensate for by feeling for him. He is a far-off storyteller. Yet the manner in which he questions himself and considers what he ought to do makes him similarly as brimming with life as any other individual. He is more mindful of himself and appears to be more seasoned than he is. Life is difficult, however, he is doing okay.
I truly loved Almond book, particularly the principal half of the book. However, it loses its solidarity and streams in the second piece of the book. Dora, a young lady from school, shows up all of a sudden and appears to exist exclusively. In the event that the creator would have zeroed in additional on Yunjae and Gon, it would have been a more unpretentious and more profound story. Their relationship and discussions might have turned commonly more extraordinary… it had potential. However, that should be the YA kind of impact. the second 50% of the book feels a lot lighter and not as contacting. It by one way or another transforms into a secondary school show.
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