- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Rupa Publications India (20 October 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9353047145
- ISBN-13: 978-9353047146
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.5 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 74 customer reviews
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- #11082 in Romance (Books)
Tides Don't Cross Paperback – 20 Oct 2018
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About the Author
Simar Malhotra is the author of the teen novel There is a Tide. She is studying at Stanford University and is the winner of the Bocock/Guerard Fiction Prize. Her work has been published in the Gold Man Review literary journal and Stanford’s in-house magazine Topiary. When she’s not curled up with a book, she can be found doing Muay Thai or cuddling with all things furry.
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Tides don’t cross written by Simar Malhotra is a book about love, marriage, romance, dreams, passion, and ambition. It is a story of two sisters Rukmani and Mrinalini who are just opposite in nature with each other. Mrinalini is a mama’s girl who does everything her mother Neelam says and obeys her every order obediently while Rukmani, on the other hand, loves to reason and knows what she wants in her life and fight for it.
Mrinalini gets married to a guy because her mother orders her and convince her that he is the best choice for her and on the other hand Rukmani goes abroad for her studies and met a guy in Paris and eventually falls in love with him. Mrinalini is not happy in her married life but as per her nature she never says anything and obeys while Rukmani is having a wonderful time in Paris with her love.
If you think this is all this book has to offer then you are wrong my friend, this is just the beginning of a wonderful tale. What happens to the married life of Mrinalini? Does she overcome her shyness and take decisions of her life? What happens to Rukmani and her lover? What happens next in both sister’s life? For quenching your thirst of answers to these questions you will have to read the book.
I am really impressed by the storytelling skills of the author. The narration of the book and the language used is really good. The best part of the book is its cover. I would buy this book for its beautiful cover only. Go grab this book and read a wonderful tale.
Cover- The enchanting cover is vibrant and catchy. It is attractive and does justice with the story.
Blurb- The description of the book is short and crispy and reveals only the desired amount of information. The detailing is fine and simple which intrigues for a reader.
Plot- The story revolves around three protagonists named- Mrinalini, Ayaan and Rukmani. Their life is connected with each other but they didn't know they'll end up together for the rest if their lives. The book is divided into three parts and the incidents occurring in the story is portrayed well. The writing style is commendable.
Characters- The strong characterization is exhibited in the story and each of them is individually outshining.
Pace- The quality of the book is clean and crispy, it took time to read and so made a pace difficult because of the rich language.
Overall, it was a good-to-be read book and recommended to all the readers who wants to read something different. Since, the thought was regular but presentation was unique.
Rating - 4/5