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How beautiful it is
To enchant in
Every possible way
That reminds me
And make me feel
Of mere something
That i see
Take me on
Tour of our memories.
Make me feel home
And I relive everything
I stay on the cloud
The down pour
Of every moments
In our realm
And its so soothing
To get drenched
Slaying in our
Is feeling home,
And not painful
My verdict :
The plot is set up very interestingly, historical thrill with an essence of social cause. The fight for good, and for own community is shown brightly in the book, the generations, the royalness, the beauty of that era, and setting up a fiction story is amazing. You could literally imagine the story pace. The goodness of kings wife and the motherhood is brilliantly put up into words.
The cover indicates much of bravery and strength. The book name is fine. The plot has been crafted well. The writing skills of author has shown up the research part.
The book has minor editing and grammatical errors, maybe editor should have taken more care regarding it.
Over all a good read.
People who are interested in this genre will definitely enjoy reading this one.
My verdict : The book is super amazing and it sure is thriller. I totally loved the concept of nightmares and the connection with real life happening.
It usually happens that we came across few things in life, and we either get obsessed with it or saddened by it, but the fact remains that we keep counting the same damn thing in our mind and heart, which keeps growing higher in our sub conscious mind which leads to dreams and nightmares.
The characterisation of the book is simply superb, and thrilling. Not even for a moment, you will let your eyes off from the book. You keep getting engrossed in the story, about the plot. David is one such whole and soul of his family, he tries every damn thing to protect his family and keep them going.
See how he connects death, real life and nightmare.
The language, concept, plot, characterisation is amazingly built. The cover of the story looks pretty cool.
Madhav is an aspiring writer stuck in a dead-end corporate job that gives him no
joy and no time to write his book. But there’s more to him than meets the eye.
He has been hiding a secret all his life-which, if revealed, may shatter the very
existence of his being.
His loved ones know he’s holding something back but don’t suspect anything
grave until his girlfriend, Meera, tired of his constant mood swings, decides to
take him to an art therapy session. There he meets someone who tries to
unearth the past Madhav so desperately wants to keep buried.
So what exactly happened years ago? Why does Madhav not want to go down
From the bestselling author of A Half-Baked Love Story and Love . . . Not for
Sale comes another enigmatic tale of friendship, hidden truths and the
redeeming power of love.
My verdict :
The book is totally physiological mysterious thriller. Every page unveils the past of the character. Every chapter of the book has something different to tell. To resonate the reader, to connect with the story and the plot. The emotions described with every happening situation is intellectually written well. The love, friendship, jealous, betrayal with the hidden past adding the mystery and moving on with the story was quiet interesting. Sometimes, the loneliness, the craving for love leads you to some unknown satisfied destination, although its not love, you try to make yourself believe it is. The way the story kept on going, I was so engrossed with the tale, it was so well described and presented, I could view everything. The characters seemed so real.
The blurb, the cover, and title along with the story was amazingly written. The blurb is interesting, the cover is catchy, the title is so damn true.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story of madav. If you’re interested in knowing more, grab this amazing book now.