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    Solving Puzzles, Finding Love: A Review of ‘A Poet’s Ballad’ by Aditya Banerjee.

    “A Poet’s Ballad” by Aditya Banerjee is like a warm hug on a rainy day—comforting, engaging, and full of surprises. Set in 1980s India, it’s a tale of two strangers, Mahesh and Aarvi, brought together by a mysterious puzzle left behind by the late Professor Devesh Tripathi.

    The story unfolds like a beautifully crafted crossword, with each clue revealing more about Devesh and his hidden truths. As Mahesh and Aarvi dig deeper, they not only unravel a mystery but also find a deep connection with each other.

    What I loved most about this book is its rich portrayal of Indian culture and family dynamics. Mahesh’s struggle to break free from tradition and Aarvi’s journey towards independence are relatable and inspiring.

    The author’s writing is engaging, with vivid descriptions that transport you to the bustling streets of Benares. The characters are well-developed, and their interactions feel genuine and heartfelt.

    A Poet’s Ballad

    by Aditya Banerjee

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    “A Poet’s Ballad” is a charming and heartfelt read that will appeal to fans of mystery and romance. It’s a story about love, loss, and the power of human connection—a true delight from start to finish.

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