Review of THE TWIRLED NOVEMBER by Krishna K Verma

Title : The Twirled November

Author : Krishna K Verma

Genre : Romance

No. Of pages : 154

Publishers :  Inked company

Cost : Rs 175

Blurb :

Krish got attracted to ‘Avantika’ from the first day he saw her. They were very happy in their life. Suddenly the girl that Krish wanted to accompany him on his journey back home reappears as Avantika’s cousin ‘Kanak’. He started getting attracted to her. Avantika got to know about them and now she has to choose between her own happiness and the Kanak’s. The fate was questioning their relationship. Harry and Smriti tried their hell out to make them understand but all in vain. Is it their Love? Or it was just an attraction? Or it’s obsession?… The answer lies within them…

Cover :

The cover of the book always plays a major role to influence the readers mind. The cover of this book tempts the bibliophiles to pick it up for a try. A special credit should be given to the cover designer. The mild color combination adds essence to the story.

Review :

The book has a well built storyline. And the first person narration adds more glory to the book. The author’s narration about his family and friends resembles our own life. Every middle class born guy can relate his responsibilities to Krish as he has nailed it beginning from the part time jobs to meet the expenses of his sister’s marriage. Then he falls in love with his own friend, Avantika. Though he is not financially well built, he always tries to make her happy with every least things. 

As every relationship comes across a roller coaster ride, the storm in the life of Krish invited him in the name of Kanak.

The author has nailed the responsibilities of a middle class born guy and also the difficulties he should come across. The story hits on the nail that misunderstandings can be rectified only if we speak out to each other. The twist at the end is mind blowing as it is rarely expected. The words are legible and keeps the readers engaged with the book. Every character is portrayed well and Harry sets an example for friendship. Everyone would love to get parents like Krish and Avantika as they understood their children’s mistakes and they also took steps to rectify them. And this book is a good one time read. The debut author has more to achieve in this writing field. 

My view :

The editing work on the book has some technical issues. Though it didn’t affect the coherence of the book, the author should have overlooked the editing works.

Ratings :

Cover : 4.5 / 5

Storyline : 4 / 5

Editing : 3.5 / 5

Overall ratings : 4 / 5

Amazon link :

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Thanks for reading….

The above review is just what I felt by heart and yours might vary from this.

Best wishes….


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