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Yours Forever Paperback – May 2018
Paperback, May 2018
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About the Author
Nimmu believes in the adage you are never too old to make your dreams come true. Her novels portray the lives of ordinary people who you can relate to in your day-to-day life, facing struggles and finding love. She also loves to write poems which you can find in her blog. She loves to draw and make greeting cards with paper quilling in her spare time. Born in Chennai, she now lives in New York, with her family.
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The cheerful red background makes the cover attractive. The black illustration of a couple stand facing each other adds to the positivity. At the same time, the hearts in dark red fails to make a strong impression as they (as there are two hearts) dissolve in the background and comparatively hard to notice.
Sneha is a doctor who has recently joined the hospital as a resident doctor. Actually, those who are familiar with the medical world are familiar with the term resident doctor. After completing the studies, the doctors need to pursue the practical knowledge by assisting under experienced ones. A kind of apprentice period.
Eventually, she bumped into Dr. Shiva unknowingly that he will be the sr. doctor under whose supervision the team of resident doctors needs to work. Their initial meetings have resulted in a collision between them. Dr. Shiva was a disciplined doctor, but that was not a problem. Actually, his temper and mood swings were the reasons for the same.
Over the period of time, Sneha came to know about an accident Shiva met with recently which claimed Shiva's beloved wife and he himself also injured seriously.
How their story moves ahead is worth exploring.
Views and Reviews:
The book is nicely written where the characters develop strongly and slowly yet they don’t fail to make the first impression. Nimmu tried exploring the medical world quite convincingly.
Of course, she has done her research to make the things convincing, and yet the book never becomes boring, and I consider this as an achievement for the author.
The author shows empowered characters regardless of their gender. Like some pseudo-feminists, the author doesn’t delve into wrong notions of the same but explores it through strong characters. This is something many authors need to learn. Anyway, let us stick to this book only:).
The book has some real-life lessons conveyed in simple yet effective words, eg:
We need people around us during crisis, my dear. We cannot be an island forever, can we?
For me, the book takes a wrong turn when a tragedy happens to Sneha. Of course, the life is not fair and it can give you a brutal shock when you expect a smooth ride. But, the incident could have been anything else.
Overall, a nice attempt. The book tries to explore the world of real people genuinely. I think the author could have re-framed some of the incidents to make the book better.
I would like to give it 7.5 stars out of 10.
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