On Eshal, a review:
Clarissa Dalloway meets the twitchy witchy girl in the often confused, often endearing narrative following the misadventures of one Eshal Saleem. Freedom songs, flights of fancy and foolhardy notions preoccupy the minds of this (self-proclaimed) ‘prodigal’ pastel prima donna, as she attempts to versify the mundane into the extraordinary.
Her illicit tryst with a pen and paper lead to her (more often than not) falling flat on her face, though.
Recommended for pure guilty pleasure and a sometimes absorbing read.
Three stars out of five.
Rated PG-13 for inappropriate material.