Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Pact

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11 comments:

doppelhanger said...

Giving the reader a choice in his/her interaction with the story, you ensure a new experience everytime.
Loved it.
The one who understands.

Nikhil said...

I think if Quentin Tarantino could write a blog or make a movie on a blog, this would be it. Non-linear, and yet linear. In one insufficient word, fundoo!! One finds meaning in every small thing, one also finds it when looked at it as a whole, that's what this particular experiment is all about. For a reader, for a thinker this is feast. Kudos, big big kudos for clearing a difficult experiment with a panache.

mm said...

Supah-cool! :) Never read anything like it... asdoppelhanger said, its cool to let the reader choose not only how to interpret it but also how to read it!

..m

nup said...

WOW!that is the first time i have come across something like this! very interesting.

Niha Khan said...

This is the first time I have come across this style of writing and I found it really cool. Is there a name for this? I read both the ways, and I would say that I liked reading it horizontally 'coz I could read about the guy and the girl together - was more connected when compared to reading it vertically. But hats off to you to write it in such a manner that the reader could make sense of it by reading both the ways. Beautiful piece of work, this.

the mind behind the mindless lampoons said...

Unconventional and refreshing.....nice verses, the visuals augment the thought rather well.

Urmi Chanda Vaz said...

Thanks a ton, guys. This format is obviously something you haven't come across before. When the idea hit me, it was clear as daylight, and I wrote it in almost a flash 1-hour sitting. The encouragement and comments mean a lot. Keep them coming! :)

Sashank said...

Wow! As Nikhil said, non-linear and linear at the same time.

JD said...

Love the format. It's very disturbing, but really well written.

Sulthana said...

This is a stunning format, I love how it works both vertically and horizontally like Niha mentioned above.

The story itself is also brilliant, very haunting and disturbing but told really well.

Rajendra raikwar said...

I will surely come back for more