Once Upon a Reunion: A Romantic Suspense Novel by Nithya Sashi

I have received the book as a part of the review program run by ARL Literary Services in exchange for an honest review

The beauty and mystery of this world only emerges through affection, attention, interest and compassion, open your eyes wide and actually see this world by attending to its colors, details and irony. Well although the plot highlights mystery, there are several other aspects which adds on to the plot as a topping agent. Friendship being one of them portrays that a woman or man of value doesn’t love you because of what he or she wants you to be or do for them. He or she loves you because your combined souls understand one another, complements each other, and make sense above any other person in this world. You each share a part of their soul’s mirror and see each other’s light reflected in it clearly. You can easily speak from the heart and feel safe doing so. Both of you have been traveling a parallel road your entire life. Without each other’s presence, you feel like an old friend or family member was lost. It bothers you, not because you have given it too much meaning, but because God did. This is the type of person you don’t have to fight for because you can’t get rid of them and your heart doesn’t want them to leave anyways.
The author has beautifully drafted the mystery keeping teenage as the catalyst. In the good mystery there is nothing wasted, no sentence, no word that is not significant. And even if it is not significant, it has the potential to be so – which amounts to the same thing. The world of the book comes to life, seething with possibilities, with secrets and contradictions. Since everything seen or said, even the slightest, most trivial thing, can bear a connection to the outcome of the story, nothing must be overlooked. Everything becomes essence; the center of the book shifts with each event that propels it forward. The center, then, is everywhere, and no circumference can be drawn until the book has come to its end.
As an epilogue, I would like to say that there was after all no mystery in the end of love, no mystery but the mystery of love itself, which was large certainly but as real as grass, as natural and unaccountable as bloom and branch and their growth.

Ratings of the Book- 4/5

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