Saturday, August 24, 2019

Book Review - It's Never a Break-up in Love by Avijitt SSood

"It's Never a Break-up in Love" is an interesting title. When I saw it the first time, I was having mixed feelings for the book, as the book cover was an average one. (I am kind of bookworm who likes attractive covers) But the impression of the title was stronger than the cover, so the copy landed up in my hands.

Book blurb
Is it okay to love twice or to be in love with a person who loves someone else? Is it okay to let your feelings die when you still have the hope to save your relationship? What would you do if your heart still pound for the one who has left you? Is this true that an invisible, slender thread always binds the people who are in love? What would you do if you were in any of these situations? Only those who are in true love are blessed to understand what it takes to love. Would Akshita, Aarav and Ananya ever come to realize what their real desires are? The only way to explore would be to embark on the chaotic and surreal emotional journey of love.
Talking about the story, "It's Never a Break-up in Love" is a story between 3 characters Aarush, Akshita and Ananya. Yes, it is a love triangle. I think generation Z will be able to relate it more than others. Characters & story are divided into London & India. The writing style is different, where each chapter leaving behind curiosity and the next one clearing those doubt. 

Points that I observed about the book
  • Easy language usage. (at places some mistakes but can ignore them)
  • Short in length. Finished it in 2 sittings.
  • Felt many places were left unexplained, could have been placed better
  • A weak cover
If you like to read love stories, you will find the book a good proposition.

Will give 3/5 to the book.

Book can be found at Amazon
Review from other readers can be found at GoodReads


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