- Paperback: 206 pages
- Publisher: Srishti Publishers (1 October 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9382665013
- ISBN-13: 978-9382665014
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.2 x 19.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,691 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Where the Rainbow Ends Paperback – Oct 2013
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The story starts with Rahul (the male protagonist) bumping into an air-hostess, Avantika. As time passed, Avantika became an important part of his life. But before anything could fall back to its place, Avantika went on missing. Rahul’s assumptions said it must be Shalini (Rahul’s powerful ex-wife) who abducted her. And then the story moves on…
(Don’t want to write everything here or else it would take away the awesomeness of the book, read it to know, what happens next in their life.)
At first, I thought this book is written based on the Bollywood movie, “Rishtey” (Anil Kapoor starrer) but the Author proved me wrong. The ending or the climax was something which made me sad; it has an ending which I have never read before.
Apart from all this, the Author has beautifully described father-daughter love, husband-wife love and the problems which could arise post-marriage, and that makes it different from the other books of its kind.
In the very first chapter of the book, when the protagonist is boarding a flight to Delhi to find someone who has gone missing, the author sets the pace for rest of the story. It is an intricately woven plot and i must compliment the author on etching out the characters so brilliantly (on more than one instance i found myself teary-eyed). As a reader one remains engrossed in the story till it culminates into an unexpected and gripping climax. I, like most people i know, hate sad endings, and the author has done brilliantly to return my smile in the last few pages of the book.
Revealing too much here would take away from your experience of reading Where the Rainbow Ends. So, i shall end my review with a suggestion - go pick up the book and you wont be disappointed!
Rahul and Shalini's dysfunctional married life takes an abrupt halt. What begins thence is a game of hatred. Shalini, daughter of a VIP, leaves no stone unturned to create a havoc in Rahul's life for the custody of their daughter, Myra. The only solace in these turbulent times for Rahul and Myra is Avantika. But fate has something else in store for them. With Avantika's disappearance commences yet another web of events which leads us to staggering revelations.
Not only is the story well-knit but the writing is so deft that you are easily drawn into the lives of it's characters. You will feel the warmth of Rahul and Shalini's budding relationship, you meet the nebulous college goer, Rahul who soon transforms to a matured adult Rahul burdened by responsibilities. We seethe with hatred for a cold, irresponsible, Shalini. Such and many more emotions are evoked by the novel.
The plot has many twists and turns which keep you hooked. It is a sure pageturner and racy at that. You zip through the lives of the characters in such a manner that you are bound to be speechless towards the end. All the characters are whole, nothing is left unripe. All the ends are tied up well and clean. Even the minor characters have a satisfied end and that what makes the novel more likable.
To sum up, it is one phenomenal work by Anurag Anand that you ought not to miss.
Publishers: Srishti publishers
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On the scale of readability it is definitely 9 on 10.
I rate it 4 stars out of 5.
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