Lila, Lila

Lila, Lila

February 19, 2017 Novel

Leela, Leela is a novel inside a novel. In the anotation to this book is said that Leela, Leela “is a book about love, loyalty, betrayal and death, the book is touching and human. And really, everything is true, there are love and loyalty and betrayal, but a little death, it is not needed here. The book is about a young man who finds a manuscript of a novel and says that it is his own. But one have to pay for his actions, and the price can be high. It can therefore be concluded that in the relations of loving people there is no place for deception. The writer managed, in my opinion, to evoke the reader’s love for the protagonist, although he does not deserve this. He works in a restaurant, but he dreams of more, luck turns to him and further the narrative of the book revolves around the publication of the book, and also it is told about the love of the main hero to the girl. From the middle of the book an intriguing moment appears that awakens the reader who has already fallen asleep after the first part of the book. Personally, when I read this work I made certain conclusions for myself, of course the book did not reveal anything new for me, but made me remember the simple truths of life. I was very pleased with the end of the book, which gives us the prerequisites for a little dreaming.

The book is interesting, the plot is unusual, it is easily and simply to read it. Despite the fact that there are no secret meanings, philosophical ideas and wise statements, it is very unusual, interesting, sometimes predictable and sad. It was interesting to watch the fall of the protagonist, who can not show willpower and say “no” to life’s circumstances, who swims with the flow, and then gets what he deserved.

The novel is really worthy to be called psychological, the characters are prescribed well, the reader on an intuitive level can feel the pain, pride or falsity of this or that hero. In our world it is worth to appreciate such characters. The author also makes it clear that it is impossible to build anything on lie, no matter how trite it may sound. In general, the story is good and predictable, there are no unreal moments. The reader seems to be allowed to see a certain piece of people’s lives and a book that influenced this life. I expected that the book would be worse, so my apologies to the author for deceived expectations. In general, it was nice.


About the author

Gebbert Friedrich: