Book Review

Review : White smoke 

My verdict : 

White smoke, the missing shimla girl By Nikhil Mahajan is the tale of love, romance, mystery, betrayal. Well, this book has three stories to go on, with the tinge of past and present. And the author has maintained the pace every well. All the stories are connected to one another. Sure the author has dealt in making lot of research work, which can be seen inside the book. The stories are fun, containing madness, though at times we feel it’s stupidity to do something for love but few people tend to do everything, breaking up with the present girlfriend to find a unknown girl from the photo, is a new concept :p. And also another love story to witness followed by another mystery, will cops be able to find the murderer? To read more, pick this book

The cover designed is quiet good. But the name really doesn’t have anything to do with the story, yet. It’s okay. Until you don’t judge the book by its cover or name. 

The narration is beautifully done, it’s fast pace story, the characteristics are good and portrayed well. 

Book Review

Review : Inside the heart of hope 

We’re all a little broken, and that’s okay. 

Or is it? Rick has a medical condition that makes his life different from the rest. But unlike others around him, he sees this not as a curse, but as an opportunity to cherish life and all the bitter-sweet gifts it brings with it. 

Amidst frequent visits to the doctor, multiple surgeries that risk his life being, and a life that meant surveillance all the time, Rick has to fight for himself each day. But he pulls through, thanks to his family and friend Jacob, who become his pillars of strength. 

And then, at a time when he is least expecting it, and with someone he meets by accident – love happens. It’s a new feeling for his heart and he is scared to lose it. 

Will Lisa really understand the goodness of his heart or just walk away? 

Inside the Heart of Hope is a story of strong will, perseverance and optimism which will make you wonder if sky is really the limit.

My verdict : 

“Inside the heart of hope” is what evryone go through, there are bad times, we all go through thick n thin, sick and sin, but it all depends upon us what we choose to take end of the day.

Hope is something that exists in everyone. Maybe sometimes the hope flickers, but yet it remains. This story revolves around a guy Rick who has faced lots of health issues in the childhood due to which he could never enjoy his life fully, he always envied his friends who did so, he also tends to fall in love with a girl, but it doesn’t last long until she knows about his health. But due to hope in him that continues to boost his confidence. He fights against every odd. 

The story is nicely portrayed, beautified, the charcatefistisation is nice. 

The cover of the book is okayish, but the title is absolutely connecting to the story. 

I would rate 4/5 stars. 


Dear Best Friend, listen. 

When you’re busy with your work, messed up, seeing your own mood swing several times, piles of file to work on, so many files to edit and few to translate. 

And then your Bestie calls you from blue, starting complaining about you. For not messaging, replying, responding, talking, missing. She piles up stock of complaints on you on & on, without even listening to your one word. She changes my mood instantly, even with her long blabberings and complaints, it still feels good. 

It feels good to know when someone is shooting you with so much of rights, though smiling mischievously. 

Dear, Best Friend. 

I know, several circumstances and situations have dragged us somewhere to our work and respective world. But, I haven’t forgotten you.

Sometimes, when things go messed up. I remember the old times like we used to have long phone calls, and those never ending conversations on every existing topic on this earth. How we firmly believed that “Letting go” is what we choose, and we wouldn’t “Hold Back” anyone or anything. 
Sometimes, randomly I miss you, but I don’t have the guts of texting you right then. I see, you have been progressing to the new world. You’re doing amazing. Step every head of achievement and success. I love you. 

I shall always be your side. 

Maybe, I will disappoint you. But I will not let you go, or walk out. Remember I always love you. And I m always on your side. 

Love. 💕 

My Man

Him ❤️

I often wonder, 

How tirelessly my pen, and paper, 

Listen to my situations, tales and also about my man. 

Sooner or later,

Or never, 

Will I stop talking about him to the world. 

What if people don’t listen to me, 

I have my own way to reciting, to the pen and paper, and I also at times talk to myself and I am happy. 

Am glad, he is mine, I call him mine,  he belongs to me,  and he is my man. And I recite about him to trees, and clouds. 

Woods and water. 

And as moon sneaks the sky, I stand still starring at the moon,  cause maybe there my man is being illuminated by the moons light, and those memories we make every single day, reminds me about the aspirations. And then I feel, I could live like this for longer instead of quarrelling shit of society. When he comes home midnight, waking me with his caring kiss, I clutch him to heart. Maybe then I want everything to end at the moment. Or I would just crave more and more for him, and with him. 💕💕

Book Review

Review : Les just not be only friends 

Name : Les just not only be friends

Author : Vikash Sharma

Publications : Creative keeda publications 

Price : 160

My verdict :

Well, it took longer time than needed to complete this book, the story revolves around Akash who has moved to noida for his further studies, meets his friends, then gradually life changes like any other group of friends live. With all the beautiful and stupid moments living together. The book has nothing new to serve cause that’s what all youngests do, the most cliché things, the book is romance genre, with philosophy. The mindset changes with the few tags, and the perception to look at the outside world. 

The pace of the story is too slow, which makes you feel irritated with repetitive scenes, it also covers about the life in film school. And how he falls in love at first sight with Neha. 

The cover of the book is okay-ish, the title isn’t much attractive. The book needs a lot of editing work. The scenes could have been less, the narration skills could have been edited or improved. Nevertheless the first debut book is worth reading one time.