Friday, 11 August 2017

Messed Up But All For Love by Arvind Parashar | Book Review


Summary:

Neil is a senior executive working with a leading brand name and his wife Gauri is a dentist running her own clinic. They are a loving and doting young married couple, living a life of comfort in posh suburban Gurgaon. Neil's fitness consultant Srinya seems to be stirring some trouble in their lives, though.

Drishti is a TV news anchor and journalist and her husband Somesh, a top cop. They are bored of their mundane busy lives, until a chance meeting with Neil and his friends in Cuba that changes everything.

To add sanity and madness to their lives are the funny and mysterious set of friends - Tom, Jerry, James, Mehr and Antriksha.

The havoc ensues when Drishti gets abducted and Neil is framed for it. Gauri finds out some bitter truths and leaves Neil. But what really is the truth?

When facts finally surface, we will know how much these lives are Messed Up! But All for Love.



Author:

Arvind Parashar

Publisher:

Srishti Publishers & Distributors




Release Date:

May 1st 2017



No. of Pages:

Paperback, 176 pages



The cover page is so mesmerising and catchy. The blurb also creates enough hype about the book. The plot is completely different from those college life stories. The language is gripping and the story line is compelling.



The way how the story moves keeps to hooked up with the book. The poetic aspect of the book will leave the reader craving for more. It will make you feel the best of emotions and equally quench the reader in you. The characterization of the main characters Neil, Gauri, Som, Drishti, and other supporting cast was amazing.



The first half of the story is slow paced, it becomes interesting in the second half. The book begins with a prologue which in a way reveals the upcoming story. The ending is a twisted unexpected turn. You must read it to find it. It is a good light read and  best suits for romantic readers.


'I received a copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.'