Addiction blurs our hold on reality; people say. But what if addiction becomes our reality? Siddharth had a fair few addictions in his wake. The challenge now was to differentiate between the ideal world and the real world. Will Siddharth be able to overcome his addictions and find true love? Or is it just another addiction? This book is not a biography of the author but is written in a way that author is the protagonist.


Figmented Reality by Zuko explores the darker shades of a person; the grave factors of human psychology. The protagonist falls prey to traumatic incidences in his childhood which prompts him to be out of normal equation with addictions in life and leads him to the spheres of darkness. I don’t want to disclose much about the story since its beauty in the suspense it holds.

The book cover and the name creates interest for the readers. The author indeed pulled out a very daring theme for the story and it makes it stand out of the crowd well. The perks of human mind and the psychological factors are blended well enough for the framing of the story. The writing style is bold and refreshing. It holds a great content in between the lines and it takes patience to figure out its depth.

I found the character framework of Veena inconsistent. The blurb and about the author given in sites have grammatical and even spelling errors; i think even the word figmented is wrong. There was a lot going on that was forced to be woven together; it made it a little messy.

If you are into reading deep and forward content this is your pick. I will rate this 3/5 🙂 .

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About the Author

Siddharth Sabari is a blogger and writer from Chennai. Born in Mumbai and he spent half of his schooling days in Mumbai and half in Chennai. As a child, he was dignosed with dyslexia and found it difficult to cope with language in his early years. In spite of his difficulties, and with the support of his mother, he passed out from Vellore Institute of Technology in 2013 as a Mechanical Engineer with specialization with Energy and worked for a public limited company for two years before joining the business with his father in Chennai. He was awarded the First Indian Dyslexic Writer by K L University Vijayawada. He can be contacted at or at