BOOK RE­VIEW Love of My Life

Storizen Magazine - - Contents - Re­viewed by Hi­mani Gupta

As a reader, I am big fan of Ro­hit’s writ­ing as he writes book with full re­search and ev­ery story in his book ap­pear re­al­is­tic for me. I can re­late to or feel loved by his char­ac­ters whether Aryan of TE Amo or Vi­rat of love of my life. The char­ac­ters of his sto­ries are well de­fined. Whether it is pos­i­tive char­ac­ter or neg­a­tive char­ac­ter all ap­peared re­al­is­tic. While read­ing book one can re­ally feel con­nected with them. For ex­am­ple, the way Vi­rat love Pratishtha was so re­al­is­tic that I was to­tally felt ro­man­tic from heart and started call­ing my hus­band with the same name. As a reader, my fa­vorite char­ac­ter was Vaish­navi. Al­though her part was small, but I can strongly re­late to that per­son. She was so strong just like me. Some of the scenes in the book were taken from real life in­ci­dents that af­ter read­ing them you felt like cry­ing and you started shiv­er­ing with pain af­ter re­call­ing the tragic part of it. The best part of the book was Love story be­tween Pratishtha and Vi­rat in Udaipur. I just en­joyed read­ing the love story be­tween them, the cli­max will make you cry as well as you feel like prais­ing the char­ac­ter of Vaish­navi. The cover of the book is very beau­ti­fully de­signed per­fectly suited the ti­tle as well as the story. On a lighter note Ro­hit is Aamir Khan of the writ­ing world. He writes one book ev­ery year but well writ­ten book (Haha). Ro­hit, I wait for your book ea­gerly. Ro­hit is such writer whose book can be read by all gen­er­a­tion. So, I will rec­om­mend every­one to grab this book. It is re­ally an in­ter­est­ing book to read. I want Ro­hit to make a short se­ries of all his books as these days peo­ple watch short se­ries on YouTube.

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