HAPPIMESS by Biswajit Banerji  


Author: Biswajit Banerji  

Publisher: Locksley Hall Publishing  

Language: English  

Genre: Fiction/Humour/Satire  

Humour isn’t my usual go-to genre when it comes to reading, but now and then, a good book comes my way, leaving me asking for more in this delightful genre. “Happimess” by Biswajit Banerji is one such book. This collection of short stories had me chuckling from start to finish, thanks to its witty satire and clever take on everyday life.  

Banerji has a knack for turning mundane situations into laugh-out-loud moments. Whether it’s an office colleague with a bizarre “disease” or an electric iron with a mind of its own, the stories in Happimess feel both clever and amusing.   

Banerji’s writing style is sharp and engaging, with each story flowing seamlessly from one scene to the next. His characters are well-etched and full of quirks, equipping the stories with extra layers of hilarity. And while the book aims to entertain, the subtle undercurrent of thought-provoking satire doesn’t go unnoticed. Banerjee offers rib-tickling comedy with a side dish of thought-provoking satire, making the meal hearty as well as delish.   

The light-hearted read is sure to put a smile on your face! Banerji’s clever wit and tongue-in-cheek humour would leave you wanting more. 

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