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Te3n falls short of being a satisfying suspense!

At what pace a story wants to unravel is entirely the storyteller’s prerogative –some narratives speak in poetic pauses and cryptic musings; others succeed on a throbbing tempo. In Ribhu Dasgupta’s Te3n, the leisurely movement isn’t so much to examine … Continue reading

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