Review- It happens only in Love

It happens only in love. 
Well. The title goes so apt with the concept, plot, and story of the book. 

It’s love, greater than anything in this world. It has its own powers, limits, extents, time, advantages and also the disadvantages. Sometimes, the love makes up everything beautiful in life, sometimes it ruins it all. 

Sometimes, love inspires you. Sometimes, love demotivated you. Sometimes, love can make you feel deprived, at the same time love can be amazing to you. It has such a strength. 

Aditiya a college going guy, who is carefree and also careless, who doesn’t really have goals. He has permanent relaxation fun with the idea of enjoying in his college days. Unaware about the world that hits you hard when you finish your education and wander for your goals and jobs. 
After his graduation, Aditiya finds himself demotivated and bored, not knowing what to do, as his friends are already doing good with thier preplanned life. While, randomly watching the news, he falls in love with one reporter. And that’s all. 

From then, the life changes completely. His own efforts are added to make his life. The transformation and efforts are worth inspiring. And that’s the strength of love. 
The book is simple, yet beautiful. You sink and Drown In the emotions, if you’re emotional person. I quiet enjoyed reading this book. 
Would rate 3.5/5. 
Anyone who loves reading love stories will enjoy this book. 


Review – One last time 

Blurb : 

Nakul, a fifteen-year- old boy from Delhi who has been raised with a silver spoon, visits a quaint little village in Madhya Pradesh. The crudeness and modesty of the village changes how he perceives different aspects of life. There he comes across Prakash, the son of a paddy farmer, who is the yin to his yang – their contrasting ideas on life fail to stunt the growth of their nascent friendship as ultimately it is their exuberance and a taste for adventure that bring them together. 

In the midst of their tale is the charming and talented Aakanksha who lives in the shadow of a spotlight. 

She goes through the motions of life according to the perceived ideals of society, consistently feeling a void, for she lacks a genuine friend. 

One Last Time is an eclectic and delectable fusion of Nakul’s superficial urbane sensibilities, Aakanksha’s confounded solitude and Prakash’s rustic but sagely naiveties – one that will change their destinies forever. 

A father takes his son to a village to show him how poor they are, and how rich, comfortable and luxurious life they lead. But, the son’s perception regarding the same changes completely, and he states they are much poor they than of villagers. This one famous short story is told, read and heard many times. This concept is inspiring enough to change one’s perceptive about the life. 
The novel “One last time” is authored by Anubhav Shrivastava And Shreehari H. The story revolves around Nakul, 15 year old boy who is sent to village to see around the Culture, way of living, poverty, adjustments. In short, to see the other part of the living that is totally opposite to his. It obviously takes time for one to adapt the different culture other than thier routine, no matter what circumstance you are living in. Nakul, obviously had to adjust very much towards himself to adapt in that nature, with given time and love he starts falling in love with the atmosphere. He sort of becomes to strongly connected with the land, nature, and everything else. He also finds true friendship with Prakash, who is always with him. Thier bonds had no limits in terms of love and respect towards each other. The emotions and perception of living changes him entirely, and promises to come back to the village in his next holidays. 

The book is really simple and sweet. I liked the idea and concept of the story, the authors worked on, unlike any cliche romance.

The narrative skills are quite fine with the flow of easy language. There are quiet few grammatical mistakes that could have been avoided.  I didn’t really get the catch of the title when considering the story inside the book. The cover of the book is okay ish. Nevertheless. Quiet good read. 


Review : Colours of Passion 

“Who killed Tollywood heart-throb Hiya Sen?

Within days of her fairy-tale wedding with Manav Chauhan, the dashing young entrepreneur, Hiya Sen, the reigning queen of Tollywood, is brutally raped and murdered by three men. As ACP Agni Mitra investigates into the high-profile murder, he meets Neha Awasthi, with whom Manav broke his engagement to marry Hiya, Neha’s father Deepak Awasthi, who was eyeing business benefits through the alliance, Mayank Kapoor, an alcoholic model, and Rituja Bose, the diva who had reigned over Tollywood over the past decade. When two more murders connected with the case make headlines, it’s time for Agni to find answers to perplexing questions and unveil shocking truths.

The Colours of Passion breezes through Kolkata’s glamorous world of industrialists, movie stars, models and fashion designers laced with drug addiction and illicit liaisons, with a heart-wrenching tragedy at its core.

My verdict :

The plot of the book has been set up really well. The story is very captivating, it’s definitely a page turner, the Interest in the book keeps you hooked until the last page. I haven’t read the previous book. And now that the book has such a amazing story line. I prefer reading it. 

The blurb of the book tells you it’s thriller and fiction. 

The cover page is interesting. 

The title has very depth meaning, colours of Passion, I personally loved the name, phase, and depth of it. 

The Tollywood, industry, gimics, betrayals, those hidden feelings rush your mind, someday and spoils everything. The death is the truth, that prevails everything in the situation. The narrating skills of author is damn amazing. I feel, whenever there is love and success, the betrayal keeps following. I personally learnt lot of things from this book. 

Hence I would recommend evryone to try this book. 

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Memories ❤ 

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To enchant in

Every possible way

That reminds me

Of you

And make me feel

Those little


Of mere something

That i see

Take me on

Tour of our memories. 

These memories

Make me feel home

And I relive everything

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Of happiness


The down pour

Of every moments

In our realm

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In it.
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Slaying in our


Is feeling home,

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Review – The divine throne of Maharani Meeramani

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. 


Review : Dreams implant 

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. 


Review : Love will find a way

Blurb : 

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 
memory lane? 
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.