Sunday, 30 September 2018

Review - Lost in Love by Arvind Parashar

Title: Lost in Love

Author: Arvind Parashar

Publisher: Srishti Publisher

Pages: 176

Blurb: Neil had many questions related to his life. Having suffered a total eclipse of the heart, dumped by Arya, he had nowhere to go. He was completely shattered. Till one fine day, when his friend Gauri, who had a crush on Neil ever since her childhood, comes into his life and they begin their journey of love, romance, fantasy, and fairy tales. 
Not for long, as their world comes crashing with a tragic, life-turning event. This is a heart-wrenching romance thriller that is bound to move you and hit your soul as you take a plunge and get Lost in Love.

Review: This is the third book by Arvind Parashar and second book for me. Previously I have read “Messed Up! But All For Love by Arvind Parashar” which is published by Srishti Publishers and Distributors. The cover of this book is the almost same the as Previous book the font is used in the cover is same as used in the Previous book.
After reading “Messed Up! But All For Love” my expectations from the Author quite increased and I am very much satisfied with this book. If you compare previous books with this book you will find out the writing style and content is much improved and I would like to suggest the author to keep this momentum going.
Let's talk about the book now, what you will find inside this book? Was it worth to read? This type of question comes into the every book lover when a new book launch. I would say yes this is the perfect read for the lovers of Romance novels, without any doubt.
This is the second book of a trilogy and sheds light on the beautiful relation of Neil and Gauri, in this novel you will not only read about, love, romance, sex, jealousy, anger, revenge but here author tried to highlight the issues of drugs and rash driving which happening around us. The story is also beautifully weaved around the friendships that are actually very important in all of our lives. The use of various Hindi phrases in between helps you connect with the characters of the story and also helps better understand their individual personality as the author did in the previous book ( it is better to abuse friend in Hindi ). Again in this book, you will read the socking end of the relationship of Neil and Gauri. Bu my dear reader friend there is special suspense hidden in a few pages of this book which will surely amaze you. The story is very relatable for me and many of you will easily relate to the story. The language used in this book is very simple which helps the author to keep this book simple to read and relate.
In short, I am much impressed with the work done by Arvind in this book, will you a good luck for your upcoming book eagerly waiting to read more from you.


Cover: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Plot: 4/5
Overall: 4/5

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About the Author: Arvind Parashar is a bestselling author of two books and a well-known motivational speaker.

Friday, 21 September 2018

Review - You are Forever in My Heart by Sanjeev Ranjan

Title: You are Forever in My Heart

Author: Sanjeev Ranjan

Publisher: Srishti Publisher

Pages: 200

Blurb: “Love can leave a memory no one can steal, 
Love can leave a pain no one can heal.”

Sanjeev had loved Ashima with his heart and soul. But she left him for another, leaving him in a vortex of pain, dejection and depression. Unable to move on and haunted by her memories day and night, he pens down his story as a novel and becomes a noted author. 
With a nudge from a friend, he decides to make an effort to reclaim his life, to learn to be alive again and joins a photography class. There, he befriends Ruchita, a happy-go-lucky girl, who introduces him to his ardent fan Shuchi who is fighting a break up too. As two broken hearts meet, they connect like they were made for each other. But just when Sanjeev seems to have gained some control over life, he receives a pack of letters that turns his world upside down.
Will Sanjeev find true love or has destiny planned something else for him?You Are Forever in my Heart is based on real life events and explores the true meaning of love that was once lost and comes back.

Review: This is the first time I read a novel by Sanjeev Ranjan, and I must say he has magic in his pen. I am impressed by his work you may read many stories about love story by many writers if yes then you should take a look at this beautiful book by Sanjeev.
The cover of the book is damn beautiful yellowish colour makes the cover more attractive, the main story revolves around the main protagonist called Sanjeev who loves a girl called Ashima, they both were in a relationship but Ashima decided to break up with Sanjeev (want to know why? Read the boo) and because of this break up Sanjeev have gone through a depression. And to express his feelings he decided to express his feeling by writing a novel which became a bestselling novel. And on the other side, one of his friends suggested joining a photography class to chill and live his life in his way. But destiny decided to bring another girl into Sanjeev’s life and during Photography classes he met Ruchita, and both were enjoyed there company they hang out together, they chill together. On someday, Ruchita Introduces his fan Shuchi who is also struggling with a breakup. Sanjeev and Shuchi narrate their story together. Buth the question is will Sanjeev able to find his true love?
at last I must say the author did a really great job by penning down this novel, every reader should love this especially those who are suffering from breakups.


Cover: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Plot: 4.5/5
Overall: 4.5/5

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About the Author: Sanjeev Ranjan is the bestselling author of three books – In Course of True Love (2012), It's No Longer a Dream (2014) and Just the Way You Are (2014). In his small social circle, he is known as an ambivert, a keen observer of human behaviour and relationships, and a motivator. He is an engineer, but to stay away from engineering, he earned an MBA degree from the prestigious Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT). Currently placed in Mumbai, he continues to write to spread love and its magic.

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