Book Review: In Search of Happiness by Shivangi Rawat and Sushil Kumar Rana

Title: In Search of Happiness

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 758 KB

Print Length: 44 pages

Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited

Language: English



In Search of Happiness is a eBook of five short stories. The stories have a common theme and the characters are looking for happiness in their life.

  1. Divine- This is the story of Arohi and Aakash where they found happiness in terms of writing and the distance of 1400 kilometers never mattered to them and nor the fact that one of them was married. They found themselves drawn to each other through texting and telephonic conversation and stuck to each other and found happiness in each other.

2. Transformation of a Lover into Writer- The young character who had a heart break and was trying to move on from his beloved found happiness through his travel with friends and was inspired by one his friends and decided to pen down his novel.

3. In search of Happiness- A man gives up all his money, power and his life to fulfill his wife’s last wish to serve those in need and find happiness after her by helping those who requires the most.

4: Nitya, The Warrior – A girl with a bad past and struggles finally finds the person she can truly trust and be happy with.

5: The Last Hope – The character lost his family in tornado. He found happiness and spent his time in temple and he found propose to live life and happiness through an abandoned baby.


When I started reading the book I initially liked the story and thought I shall have a good read but realized there are 5 short stories. The sentence structure, grammar, narration and the shifting of verbs were a turn off for me. The only thing good here is that the poems were good but what turned me off is the capital letters used in the poem and also felt that the stories were incomplete.

This book is good for one time read and appreciation to the authors for getting their book published. Best wishes to the authors for their future work.

Rating: 3/5*

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Book Review: Her Wounds Hurt Him by Aiman Parween

Title: Her Wounds Hurt Him

Author: Aiman Parween

Publishers: Blue Rose Publishers

Edition: First

ISBN-13: 9781640088702

Number of Pages: 77



This book is a book which everyone can relate to. This is the story of Dhani and Preeti where every girl would have suffered like them but people like Akash who are inspiration and motivate people to fight back are much needed in the society to fight beasts like Ankit who think money can be used to buy everything.


I am completely a new book blogger and this is my first review copy from the author. I shall be always thankful to the author for sending me this copy out. Her Wounds Hurt Him is a romantic thriller of Dhani an elegant dancer and Akash. The story starts on a gloomy note where Dhani is introduced as a girl where she has lost all anticipations in her life. Akash falls in love with Dhani during their dance rehearsals but is amazed to see her introvert attitude. Later he comes to know from her sister  how she lost Preeti in a bitter way.  The boy who killed Preeti in a brutal manner was Ankit who had a secret crush on Dhani. Ankit  even sexually harasses Dhani on the pretext of telling the culprits name who killed her best friend. Akash becomes the savior and fights for justice of Preeti and Dhani along with Dhani.

The book started on a good note.It has a very  simple language and it was very easy to understand. The cover of the book was very simple but the title caught my attention. I found the book little boring in the middle and there were minute mistakes on the book and the editing could have been done in a better way. There were 4-5 characters but the only focus was only on 3 characters which was a sheer disappointment. The finish of the book was average and did not have that charm and excitement and sounded like a regular romantic book. This book is just a one time read and if you are inspired by Dhani’s story this is the apt book for them.

Rating: 3.5/5*

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