Review of “Myra” by Kalgee Shah

Plot :

The story revolves around the protagonist Myra, an independent fun loving women, who reunites with her once best friend, Mark. Both the families plan for a tour but the meet between My and Mark wasn’t pleasant as Mark was already committed to his French girlfriend Caitlyn. Meanwhile, Neil develops feelings for My when they accidentally met during the course of the tour. But My’s love for Mark stops her from accepting Neil into her life and only then she realises that Mark was framed into a trap by Caitlyn and her brother and Mark is still in love with Myra. Further the story unveils the answers for if Mark and My were able to reunite?? What was the trap of Caitlyn?? What was the role of Neil in this tricky romantic fiction??.

Review :

This book solely emphasis that women are not just eye candies and immature all the time. It portrays the life story of a free bird, Myra. The story is of how Myra managed to break all the hurdles in her life to win over all her enemies and also to succeed in her personal life.

Though it is romance, the plot is an unusual one but the authoress has made it an enticing read. The characterisation is done with utmost Perfection but at times I was forced to turn back the pages to know who is who as the nickname of characters seemed similar and confusing. The language is lucid and the usage of simple words made it an easy read. The book is scripted in first person narration which helps the readers to live the life of the protagonist. This book has all flavors of love, friendship, emotion, humor, betrayal, thrill, action etc. But at some pages/scenes, the words failed to personify the emotion. The book was weaved as a conversation between characters which make it a dull read. Many chapters were stretched and I literally had to skip 20-30 pages to land up on the story. 

The cover and title suits the storyline and it is designed to be like a fairytale. Yes, the story is a tale of a fairy who stood against storm with shoulders straight. The blurb gives a deep insight on the story hidden beneath.

Overall, it’s a good one time read.

Ratings :

Cover : 4 / 5

Title and blurb : 4 / 5

Plot : 3.5 / 5

Narration : 3 / 5

Characterisation : 3 / 5

Overall rating : 3.5 / 5

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