Tick Tock

“Don’t watch the clock; do what it does. Keep Going.”

#blurb: “Good or bad. Simple or complicated Ultimately, life just goes on. Here’s a story of a writer watch that closely depicts the chaos of our own lives. Told only through images, this immersive tale holds a profound message.

Author: Rahul P Bhandare

Publisher: Wordit CDE

Pages: 27

My Review: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

It is a comic book which depicts the life story of a watch through pictures and illustrations. The pages of the book may be less but the meaning it conveys is deep which many books with more than even hundred pages fail to deliver. The journey of the watch from a life full of hardships to at last achieving something big gives out an important lesson to the mankind. In our life we have to go through several difficult situations but instead of being heartbroken we should keep going because at the end our perseverance will lead us to success and maybe an extraordinary one. Β A person should not be judged because of his current situation as everything comes to us at the right time. Many people will come and go, some will use us some will break us but instead of relying on others we should push ourselves on the path life takes us because we don’t die if we fall in water but we die only if we don’t swim. Great things take time and so we should never give up.

Kudos to the author for coming up with such a beautiful and unique book. It is a simple, refreshing and thought provoking read. The illustrations are captivating and the concept is praiseworthy. The book makes you feel optimistic which is absolutely essential for winning and accomplishing your goals. I highly recommend this book to everyone out there.

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