Thank you Love
“Thank You Love” “…yes, I said, everything in life is uncertain, and it speaks the same.” All human energy comes from that one thought. All the pain that we bear and the joys that we celebrate are the results of our thoughts at any moment. Strange isn’t it? When Akshita was making her choices, Rayan made his. He refused to get over her and chose to own her absence in his heart and mind . Thank You Love describes how sitting on the floor in silence changed the world of “Rayan”. He realized that love is not something that happens between two people, instead it’s an enduring quality within people. He realized that love is not something that you do, but is the way you are. He re-moulds one of the most important event of his life into a spark, re-channelizes it and heads towards something that would later change the course of his life.
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Besides few plot holes and the typographical errors, the book has a great message to the teenagers who are trying to end their life just because of few bitter experiences in life. The book cover is intriguing and it is conveying the same message as the book, meditation is another part of our daily chores. Though the presentation of past and present scenarios are confusing at times, it is worth reading. Before you pick up the book make sure you’ve 4-5 hours in hands, not to lose the emotional touch with the story.
It is a short and simple story written with elegant flow. Dealing with several issues in relations and ways to heal oneself. To look beyond separation and be thankful. Isnt learning all of this is life? yes it is!This book is a light read with so many hidden morals to learn and apply to life. This is the story of two people rayan and akshita- who have one hell of a story- fall in love- distances- misunderstandings- fall apart.
The cover helps in giving an insight about the book. Language and metaphors used inside the story is refreshing and really amazing. this book does keeps you glued till the end. there were few printing mistakes but that can be avoided surely. It may remind you of so many relatable incidents of your very own life.
It is a refreshing book. i will rate it an overall 4/5
Well, I must say that Thank You Love has entertained me amply.
Thank You Love, a story of Rayan and Akshita.
Rayan is confused if Akshita has already broken up with him or he still has a chance.
Akshita is wondering why don't Rayan go on his own way and let her live peacefully.
They both don't get it.
What happens with their life is a puzzle the reader needs to solve and until he does so, nopes, Rayan and Akshita are not letting him stay put.
An absorbing plot.
In the middle of the book, I was so involved in the tragic and yet humorous case of Rayan and Akshita that I felt as if I'm that friend of Rayan who would suggest and guide him in this little adventurous life of him. "Dude, you should do this. Bro, you should have done that. No worries, now do what I say."
And that friend of Akshita who supported her every time she talked fun, somebody who encouraged her into making her life more adventurous, kept nudging her that she deserves better than Rayan, that their is more to life than dating a guy like him.
Seriously, this one amused me, engaged and delighted me.
If you want to read something about what foolish things sometimes 'love' makes them do, then here you go.
It was fascinating to see that rather than concentrating on how the girl meets boy and how the boy proposes to her, the author has come to the point and focused on his tragic life after their relationship turns into a 'long distance relationship.'
Another thing that I appreciated was that the story was not something you wouldn't have seen somewhere else, but the way it is executed and narrated, keeping the break-up part in the center, was engrossing.
There was a lot to learn, I would say. I think it would be great to see the author penning down some tips on "what not to do when in a relationship" for the young love birds who continuously complaint about their partners' behavior rather than appreciating and improving it.
For those who are in a satisfying relationship, Thank You Love would be charming and enjoyable.
For those who are not in a so happy relationship, Thank You Love would be eye-opening.
For those who are single, it would be
For those who want to read something light, this would be it.
For those who want to read something short, this would be it.
As a perspective of pure entertainment, personally, I would have loved to see the writer go something totally different than the traditional happy ending route by making Rayan and Akshita's lives still miserable and puzzling. (I would never wish it for real, but hey, it's fiction, right!)
All in all, in a short span of time, it made me engrossed to itself.