Love is painful. Love makes a person selfish. Love binds a family and, in the process, breaks two. Love gives you enormous strength. Love can make you feel weak. Love gifts you scar, beautiful moments, and painful memories.
Something very magical can happen when you read a good book. I felt that magic in me after reading this book. It makes me realize what true love is, as it demands nothing but just to be expressed.
This is the of protagonist Arav, Nirav and Mirnalini (Miru). The story starts with father and son pure love and then Nirav and Miru relationship and goes to abroad to do masters. The book is about the sacrifices, love, care, affection and support of a single father and his journey of raising his child. Then Nirav recieves a parcel of letters from his father and and the real story begins.
Poetry heals pain and love inspires poets.
The plot is unique; the storyline is gripping as well as intriguing. The words were simple and the language is lucid which eased the reading. The plot is a blend of emotions, love, romance, affection, loneliness and most importantly family values. One might feel the emotions of those characters while they read.
The author has done a good job in narrating all the stories with ease. The language is simple to follow which make it easier for the reader to connect to the characters in the stories and resonate with them. Title of the book is well related with the story. Also the cover is attractive enough to catch attention.
You gave me a chance to understand the amount of pain we had inflicted on our parents.
As the author points it right in the foreword that in a busy schedule one has now-a-days it is hard to find time during the day to read a book. It is then, when a quick and refreshing read. Looking forward to read more books by the author.
Remember that a happy wife turns a house made of bricks and cement into a happy home.