Name of the Book: Because Every Raindrop Is a Hope
Author: Mansi Sharma and Sankalp Kohli
Publisher: General Press
About the Author:
Having a zeal to sail the vessel, till the river runs dry in the chase of her dreams; Mansi is a person who takes the challenges and surprises that life and destiny throws at her, with courage.
Nesting big dreams from her childhood in the Beautiful City of Chandigarh, post her Graduation in Physics (Hons.) from PU, she moved to Pune for her Masters. An MBA Graduate from SCIT, Pune, Mansi is presently working in one of the top Indian Telcos.
With a slice of painter, dash of an avid reader, a writer and an unexplored poet, she is an emotional and sensitive person.
Born and brought up in Kanpur, Sankalp is an MBA Graduate from NMIMS, Mumbai.
An entrepreneurial soul with an imprint of a perfectionist, he is a workaholic, who believes in turning every single moment of life into something constructive and fruitful. Being an avid reader since the beginning, he eventually began giving his thoughts and ideas, the wings of words in the form of blogs.
He is a person who holds his parents above all, especially his mother. All his dreams and aspirations are driven by his wish to make his parents feel proud.
Other bestsellers from General Press: A Lot Like Love, Love Happens only Once, The Girl I Last Loved.
Caught in the turmoil of an Underrated Love and an Overrated Infatuation, Raj, a young boy with larger than life dreams, from a small town of Kanpur, is at the cross road of life, where every road ahead leads to nothing but a Dead-end.
Through the grueling course of circumstances, he is subjected to the bitter tests of life, where he fails to justify his one decision of parting ways with Mahek.
But, when Mahek flashes out of his life, leaving him all alone, the guilt of not been forgiven by her, ruins his soul; and that frustration leads him into seclusion, devoid of even his best buddies – Rohan and Rahul.
Failed love, broken friendship, a hurt ego and lost soul – Raj is doomed to darkness.
With no ray of hope ahead, just when Raj is about to give up on life, he come across a note, written to him by his favorite professor, “Never give up Raj… Because… Every Raindrop is a Hope” which brings Raj face to face with his own self.
Why Love that makes Life beautiful, turns into Satan? Why friendship one fine day loses all its meaning? Why on the crowded roads of Mumbai city, Raj finds himself walking all alone?
Will Raj challenge Life and fight back with the sword of Hope or will he take the easy way out by succumbing to the arduous tests of time. (Via Infibeam)
Verdict: As the blurb clearly states, this story revolves around Raj, his life, his friends and his love life. What happens when he gets caught in the turmoil of underrated love and overrated infatuation? Is he able to sort himself out of the mess created in his life? Will he succeed in doing so? The answers to all these questions lie in this book.
1) Good story line.
2) Great vocab.
3) Nice moral and teaches a lot about friendship, life and love.
1) Nice cover picture but could have been better.
2) Few editing mistakes, rest all fine.
3) Blurb is nicely put up.
To sum up with the review it’s a good story that teaches a great deal of life, its ups and downs, hardships, failures and how to tackle them without letting your ego spoil everything and your relations. It tells you to cling onto that one drop of hope and never lose it.
Title: Because Every Raindrop Is a Hope
No. of Pages: 192
Publish Date: 2013
when she stumbled across Sidney Sheldon, Dan Brown & Nicholas Sparks books.
After completing her masters she found her true calling in writing and has a lot of English
poems published under her belt in various e-magazines and columns and few Hindi
poems have been published in a Delhi based newspaper. She loves listening to music and
learning new things about life. She really wishes to travel and explore places and capture
memories in her camera.
She is a poetess at heart and ends up pouring her heart on a paper. She along with her co-author Meghant Parmar will be marking their debut in the world of writing with a short story in “Uff Ye Emotions-2”.
She has a full time Facebook page where people have admired and adored her writing too. You can connect with her through her Facebook profile and her writing page too.
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