BOOK RE­VIEW - Lost in Love by Arvind Parashar

Storizen Magazine - - Contents - Re­viewed by Sana Shekh by Arvind Parashar

Re­viewed by Sana Shekh

Lost in love' by Arvind Parashar is a heart- wrench­ing ro­mance thriller which will swipe you off your feet. This is a se­quel to the best­selling book ' Messed up! But all for love ' and will def­i­nitely touch your hearts like the first one in the series. The story be­gins with Neil, who is com­pletely dev­as­tated as he has lost his only rea­son for liv­ing - Gauri. The mat­ter wors­ens and Gauri's dis­ap­pear­ance be­comes a head­line. As the cops try to join the dots, Gauri's best friend, Itishri, and Neil's Ex, Arya, comes into the pic­ture.

Is Gauri re­ally ab­ducted?

Is there some­one be­hind all this?

Will Neil and Gauri be able to live up to the prom­ise of to­gether for­ever?

Will Neil be found or lost in love for­ever? Grab this en­gag­ing tale to know what destiny holds for Neil and Gauri. The cover of the book is catchy enough for any reader to pick the book im­me­di­ately. The ti­tle is to­tally apt and in­trigu­ing. It goes per­fectly with the theme of the book. The blurb of the book is crisp and en­tic­ing. The plot of the book is very unique. I to­tally loved the twists and turns in the book. The sus­pense el­e­ment was the heart of the book and it kept me hooked till the end. The au­thor has very beau­ti­fully de­scribed the teenage phase, where we are naive and tend to take im­pul­sive ac­tions which can even de­stroy our lives. The char­ac­ters are beau­ti­fully crafted and are given the right space and emo­tion. The lan­guage is lu­cid and the oc­ca­sional use of Hindi added spice to the book. The cli­max is some­thing very un­ex­pected and it in­tact my be­lief in happy end­ings. It was a plea­sure read­ing and meet­ing my fa­vorite cou­ple - Neil and Gauri. And how can I not men­tion the beau­ti­ful pieces of po­etry which took my heart away? A per­fect amal­ga­ma­tion of friend­ship, love, jeal­ousy, crime, and thriller. A ‘must have’ book on your shelf.

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