BOOK REVIEW OF- Should I Fall In Love
Publisher: RIGI PUBLICATION (2016)
A BRIEF OVERVIEW-
A story of Fear….. Of not finding forever after and questioning your heart. Naina has always been a strong headed, lively and carefree person. She always felt that there was a reason for everything. She believed in love, commitment and sacrifice, but when her three year old relationship crumbles down in front of her she lost all the hope in love and marriage forever. With time and help of her friend, Naina starts afresh in a new city with a new job and people around. For the first time in her life she was not looking for love but a deep urge to stand on her own feet made its way in her life. Little did Naina know her life was going to change? Nothing could prepare her for the storm of love in the shape of Nihal, the confident, persistent and handsome guy she met at her boss housewarming party. Read on to know, will Nihal be able to penetrate the cold walls covered around Naina’s heart or her insecurities are more than enough to lead them on different paths in life. A story where thinking that questioning your heart with “Should I”, can stop you from “Falling In Love”.
REVIEW OF THE BOOK-
Let’s begin this review with a question-What do you do when the only one who can make you stop crying is the one who made you cry?
You may think he was the best thing that ever happened to you, but if he isn’t treating you right what is the point. Sometimes you think that he is the only one, I know I have been through it, but when you find the right guy you will know it. If he loves you he’ll show it, if he truly loves you, you’ll know it, and if it will last forever you will never doubt it. True love is sacred. Some find it, some don’t and some live a life pretending they found it in a love they know doesn’t exist. It’s not easy to forget someone- you may never forget him… But you can learn from it. Everything in life is a lesson- what you take from what you learned is what is important. If something did or didn’t happen, it did or didn’t for a reason. The first 3 days of a break up are the hardest- but each day that goes by is easier. Sometimes it takes a heart break to learn what we really need and want in life- and those who don’t stop until they have just that 100% who truly succeed. You may no longer have that person, but you have the lesson, the will power, the knowledge, and the reason to find someone THAT MUCH BETTER! You will always survive- and if all else fails…call a friend, they’ll understand and ask them to help you stay away from him, that’s what we are here for.
Past is an ugly creature which haunts us even if we don’t wish to get haunted. Naina’s past is covered with bitterness, hatred, demolition and emotions. Although being a very strong and lively person, she sees how her three year relationship crumbles down. Yes, we agree that we are strong and always take the initiative to move on. But somewhere our emotions keep dominating us, which pulls us back from the initiative which we took. The story takes a turn when Naina meets Nihal. Will Naina fall into a relationship again, or will Nihal penetrate through the past of Naina. Take this beautiful emotional journey of love, friendship and breakup on “Should I fall in Love.”
WHY SHOULD YOU READ THE BOOK?
THE ‘N’ CHEMISTRY EMOTIONAL PLOT
THE CHARECTARIZATION OF BOTH NAINA AND NIHAL
THE ‘SHOULD I FALL IN LOVE’ QUESTION
Apart from a few editing error, the entire script was too good to describe in words. Also, I think the PAST aspect in the story could have been more highlighted.
THE FAVOURITE REFERENCE-
The title of the story,” SHOULD I FALL IN LOVE?”. The story beautifully portrays the dilemma which we face between the past and the present.
THE FAVOURITE QUOTE-
Kissing my lips gently, “Beautiful, please tell me what is troubling you”
Overall I would like to rate the book 41 on a scale of 50.
4 stars out of 5
Originality of the plot and sub plots- 8/10
Net emotions in the story- 8/10
Usage of words and phrases-8/10
The title, cover and the illustration-8/10
The net impact on the readers- 9/10
I really enjoyed the sweet love journey between these two characters.
Yes, i agree it hurts to say goodbye to someone you love, but it’s the best for both of us to move on.
KUDOS TO Shradha Khanna