Title : Love never dies
Author : Sneha
Genre : Romance
No. Of pages : 117
Price : Rs. 135/-
Published by : Notionpress publishers
When Nikshay and Mishika met for the first time in college, it was nothing more than ordinary. A confused guy, an emotional girl brought together by the sheer force of destiny.
Hate turns love, love turns problem!! Add to it the flavour called circumstances and you have it all.
Problem, that has root in traditions that deeply engraved in this country! Will they still find their love, after all this? Come and explore for yourself!
Take the thrilling journey of love, friendship, traditions and “Indian family” and explore how “Love never dies”.
Love never dies – A book which deals about the struggles everyone face in the path of attaining their real love.
The story is set in the backdrop of a college where Nikshay and Mishika are classmates. After some formal fights and egos in college, they realise that they have fallen in love. But Nik retards in accepting Misha’s proposal since he was diagnosed with brain tumour. When he recovers from his illness, he realises that time had already run a lot and Misha was married. Further, he tries to move on in his life when Misha crosses Nik’s path again as someone else’s wife. Later, the book unveils the answers for whether Nik got back Misha?? Did their love survived through all the odds??
Love never dies – an usual love story which makes you believe that no matter what, real love never dies. The story was elegant and the author has conveyed her thought easily. Also the book has delivered some important messages for this generation adults that none should ever hurt others because it doesn’t take much time to return back to us and also parents shouldn’t force their intutions info their children. Also the book deeply explains about friendship, relationships and marriage.
The language was good with lucid words but the narration was not satisfacfory with the same word, repeating million number of times. The narration makes the book boring. Every characters are described well but the book loses its coherence at some extent. The printing format of the book could have been changed to regular formats to make the reading more comfy.
The cover page was eye soothing and the title also apts well with the plot of the book.
Verdict : One time read.
Cover : 4 / 5
Title : 3.5 / 5
Characters : 3.5 / 5
Narration : 2 / 5
Plot : 3 / 5
Overall rating : 3 / 5
Thanks for reading…