January 12, 2017

Book Review: Adhira by Aditti Gaur

Author: Aditti Gaur
Publisher: Author Paradise
Rating: 3/5

Love is an uncanny emotion as it is ever evolving. But it has been rightly said that a society becomes great when the old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in. Adhira is a strong-willed woman who likes helping and sharing to her heart’s content. This gives her the much-needed peace and happiness.

A heart- warming story is what Adhira is all about. It portrays the selflessness of Adhira and the people around her, especially Riddhi, her best friend. The characters have been woven so intricately that they complement each other so well. With a cushy and happy cover design, the book promises some real emotional turmoil and melodrama.

It is hard to believe that people like Adhira still exist and when people have this mindset, these stories serve as a ray of hope. The storyline reminds you of ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ as Adhira’s character resembles that of Shahrukh’s.

The story is a slow read in the beginning and it gets more interesting towards the end. A sharp/ substantial climax could have been better. The dialogues and organization of content are fine. Except for a few errors in the editing, the book is a good package.

Best wishes to the author!

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