Review :When Opposites meet

“When Opposites Meet”
It is sometimes unusual to fall for the complete opposite person. Unlike, people always tend to have proper match with the ones who are just like them, whose likings are same in every matter and aspect of life. 
This book has something different to tell, three different stories where love blooms with sacrifices, commitments, strength. Fights within self ability. 
There are 6 main characters in this book, who are portrayed and characterised very well. Ritwika and her mother indu, who are more like friends, who is carefree. But Ritwika is disabled but finds someone stable who is not fit in other ways. Her cousin who is orphan who is very introvert. Everyone has a story to convey, set of emotions which will make your strings of attached to their story. 
Sachin Garg, is an amazing storyteller, his narration skills are brilliant and put very. I liked the concept of the book. The book keeps you glued until the last. 

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Review : The Aravan Head. 

The Aravan Head, the most thrilling, interesting with curious plot book, written by Arvind.

I couldn’t actually judge much about the book with its cover, but the blurb had little to say about the plot. The title is apt, but before completing the book you can’t really know what is going to unfold with. 

Three mysterious crimes, in different locations, but somewhere sort to be interconnected to one another. The stories are linked to the Mumbai mafia, how will the police solve the case. 
Characterisation :

The characters are powerful, fun to read, easy to connect with. The way the characters are portrayed, it seems you can feel, and see them. As though you know those people so well. 

The story, the plot, the research to connect the dots, the characters, and every detailed thing about the book is beautifully written and presented it so well. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. You find it little confusing in between, but as the pages turn, the plot reveals the story. It is unpredictable with essence of every emotional touch.  The narrations skills of the author are real good. 


Review – Undilevered letters 

I always have a special love for handwritten letters, no matter how time has changed, so much of technology in our lives, yet the smell of hand written letter, the love and excitement cannot match with digital letters.

This seriously,  is unique concept and totally different plot I have ever read. Good work J sir. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. 

The story revolves around Aron the postman, and Sara, and few more characters. Aron is postman, who went knocking doors to deliver one happiness. The story then shifts to twenty years, when they are relocating, and suddenly finds the bag where lot of letters are yet to be delivered by him. no matter how long it took for him to deliver letters, at the end he reached happiness, content, guilt, and love to the doors.  He knew his mistake and even after long 20 years, someone would have just refused to complete delivering those letters assuming the change of address, or might the recipient received another letter. Yet he delivered those letters. He knew the innocence of relationship, that he didn’t wanted to snatch away and feel guilty by the end.

Good work.
Beautiful cover, the title totally suits, easy language and good narrative skills.