Book Review: A Hundred Lives for You by Abhisar Sharma
|Book Name:||A Hundred Lives for You|
|Publisher:||Srishti Publishers & Distributors|
This is “the book” I really felt like reading in a long long time. This was neither recommended by anyone, nor was this a copy for review. Just found this at my parent’s place. And I am so glad that I did since turning the pages was never so easy. Though it helped that I was on a solitary train journey and this book kept me awake and engaging at a stretch. I am not embarrassed to admit this made me cry at times whenever the story turned emotional.
A comparatively slow paced at the start, the book picks up speed and makes you correlates many experiences with your own. The frightened kid growing into someone one aims to, the first crush, the conflicts during riot, the ever growing complications, the unending care for someone not exactly related by any relationship, the misunderstandings and yes, the happy ending. And I liked that for a change. Just a perfect mingling of relationships that can be put in a book!
Excerpt from the back cover of the book:
Why did you not say it that day?
And mark my words, you are the best!
You saved me, and in time, I shall rescue you back.
Join Abhimanyu as he proves every perception against him wrong – even his own – as he lives through tumultuous relationships, a broken friendship, lost love and merciless carnage in the very heart of Delhi.
A Hundred Lives For You is a melting pot of emotions that moves with the anger and pace of a thriller.
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