Review of INSIDE THE HEART OF HOPE by Rishabh Puri

Title : Inside the heart of hope

Author : Rishabh Puri

No. Of pages : 121

Price : Rs. 150/- (Grab it for Rs.87/- from Amazon)

Publishers : Srishti Publishers and Distributors

Blurb :

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.

Review :

The book opens up with the story of a little boy Rick who hears the doctor saying that he had hyperlipidemia during his birth which is now developed into aortic valve stenosis. And that’s when Rick’s life takes a turn and loses its innocence. He was refrained from the normal childhood as his health was deteriorating. Later he undergoes a surgery for his heart disease and succeeds in it. But he loses his girlfriend Amy, at seventeen when she gives up that she is not willing to sacrifice her life for a sick person like Rick. After succeeding an another heart surgery with low optimistic percentage of life, Rick turns healthy and starts his life like any other people and that’s when Lisa enters his life. Then the story further moves on how Rick succeeded in winning the heart of Lisa and also her parents for marriage as they were not ready to pay their daughters life for a sick man.

Inside the heart of hope – a book of 121 pages which teaches us the important of life and also insist our heart to fight for what we deserve. The book is a perfect amalgamation of love, faith, hope, friendship and thirst for dream. The author has very well narrated the story and the first person narration helps us to travel along with the book. The events were narrated in present sense which deteriorates the interest in the read. The words were simple and the author has very well weaven them to provide us an interesting story. The last pages of the book teaches us some life lessons which should be followed by everyone. Though the book doesn’t has much twists, it proves to be a refreshing light read. The author could have explained the success story of the second surgery in more detail since it misses the charm and emotion which a person feels after undergoing a hopeless surgery. This is an inspirational read which injects you with a hope to live, no matter how bad your life. The cover and title very well suits the book and also the blurb gives an insight of what’s hidden inside.

Verdict : A book to teach you that life can become worse, but don’t give up.

Ratings :

Cover : 4 / 5

Title : 4.5 / 5

Blurb : 4 / 5

Storyline : 4.5 / 5

Narration : 3.5 / 5

Overall rating : 4 / 5

About the Author :

Rishabh Puri believes that determination can take one to great heights in business and personal life. A man of many talents – a writer, poet and artist – he believes that one always has a choice to turn any situation into victory. 

Driven by curiosity and the hunger to learn, he loves to meet new people and explore the world. He has always been fascinated by the power of the mind. He is quite a comic himself and enjoys the occasional dose of sitcoms and movies. He likes a good book once in a while and manages to whip up quite a storm in the kitchen.

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