Top critical review
A good one time read!
11 July 2018
This book by Vikrant Khanna, is mostly based on how one sees life. The book asks the question of being a believer or a cynic.
The book kicks off when a man named Harry, sees a little girl crouched on a bench, crying. She is devastated by her mother’s death and finds hope in the story told by Harry about how undying faith and unflinching optimism helped a girl get reunited with the love of her life.
There were many things in the book that I liked and many things that I didn't. The narration was good, and the character of Harry showed raw emotions. When I started the book, it appeared to me as a boring cliché but during the course of the story, the book transformed into more of a cliché but kind of an interesting one. The story revolves around various emotions like suspense, love, guilt, pleasure, hope and faith.
The title of the book seems good and interesting but as one continues reading, it gets a little confusing as the title is not very well explained in the story. The cover is beautiful and perfectly suits the book.
What I liked most about the book is that promotes the doing of good deeds, practicing daily kindness and performing selfless actions. It further rekindles faith in the hearts of the readers and proves to be a ray of hope for those who lost their loved ones and suffer pangs of separation.
Overall, it was a good one-time read!