The book Literature
of Law reveals the minute legal distinctions embedded in law literature. People
are not even aware of the differences among the terms sign, signature and
initials. Similarly, the meaning of ‘confession’ is actually very specific; the
common, literal usage of the word is not appropriate at times. The aspects of
sign, signature, liberty and nationality are artfully painted in the book.
Society is the most important thing according
to various law sources. People require many things to live, and of them, knowing
the law of the land is necessary. Life and liberty are also discussed in brief.
This book is a resource of useful knowledge even to someone who is completely unaware
of the law.
Author Manoj Kumar Singh has very artfully
depicted the substance of this book. He is extremely talented in explaining the
content in an easy-to-understand manner. Literature
of Law will surely speak to laypersons.
He spent his childhood in the district town
of Sahibganj, which lies between the river Ganga and the Rajmahal range. At
present, he lives in Deoghar, which is also known as Baidyanath Dham, famous for its temple of Lord Shiva.
Two more of his books are yet to be presented
to readers. His writing skill is very fine, holds excellent narrative power,
and shows a deep understanding of the subject matter. His literary ability can also
be witnessed in his book Burning Steps.