Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Maple Press (16 December 2016)
Package Dimensions: 20.6 x 14 x 1.6 cm
What is this book all about?
When Siddharth, a lonely young man with a failed marriage gets a sudden phone-call from a mysterious person about his lost childhood lover, Hazel and learns that she is battling for life, he is shaken to the core. He also learns that she had left certain letters for him fifteen years back that never reached him. It disturbs him so much that he rushes to the hospital in his old hometown. There he discovers an eclipsed past buried in time that is riddled with dangerous surprises, trauma, twists of fate, sacrifices that exemplify true love and the real reasons for the tragic end of their childhood love story. But will Hazel ever open her eyes to see him.
I have heard a lot about this book and that is when I decided to give it a shot. The language is easy to understand and the characters have been portrayed well. The love story was unique and I personally enjoyed reading the letters and poems. This story also contains emotions, love. hatred, betrayal, pain , broken heart and many more. I also liked the love and serene surrounding for Jamshedpur which was described so well. The only thing which I disliked is here I felt it was dragged initially unnecessarily.
A good novel with a unique story line. If you are looking for a unique love story book this is one of the books which I would recommend to everyone.
PS: Thank you Pblishing for this copy.
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