Name of the Book: You’ll Live Again Let Me Die
Author: Simson Biswal
Publisher: Dream House Publications
About the Author: A young and energetic mind with a passion to lead and change is the author and the founder of Dream House Publications, India. Simson started his career as a government employee, but he always has a dream to become a writer. To carry his dream forward he started Dream House Publications, India. He believes every person has a writer instinct inside him just needs a correct opportunity.
Blurb: You’ll live again .Let me Die is a heart rending true story about Robin, his dream and destination of love through poverty, trust, overwhelming desires, friendship, religions, misunderstanding, mistake and a sacrifice.
Yes. My dear readers it’s a story about Robin Das, a twenty years old common Indian. I said him Common because it has a reason. He is neither one among the great Icons of this land nor those personalities whom our world should remember for eras. He is just an unknown character, an anonymous, but the thing which gives him an importance that now we are reading his name because once upon a time he had a spark in him. The same spark which doesn’t help million Indian minds to stay in rest in their adolescent. It runs in their brains at every moment and ignites to do something in life. Even in sleep as dream. And you know this is the only thing which keeps people awake and inspire them to make their names immortal. Can you say what this is?
It’s the spark of Desire. The desire for achieve something, to do different and make people to remember you.
And we will remember him for his Desire for Love, for his Mistake and his Sacrifice.
Time to make our love immortal and it will come through only sacrifice. (Via Infibeam)
Verdict: As the blurb clearly states, this story revolves around Robin Das a student of electrical engineering and the story revolves around him, his two best friends and his love life. Right from his first year engineering to find best friends in his hostel roommates, from his failed first love to the lesson learnt from it, from moving on to meeting his love again. What happens when he meets his love after a heart break is what we have to find out.
1) Good cover picture.
2) Nice story line.
3) Second half better than the first half.
1) Many editing, grammatical and gender mistakes.
2) Name goof ups.
3) Hindi spelling mistakes which could have been avoided.
4) Blurb could have been better.
To sum up with the review it’s a good story which could have been handled in a better manner with good editing skills. Editing mistakes and wrongly spelt Hindi words are a big turn off in the book. The first half of the story isn’t any different and much interesting but the second half part if good with twists and turns and teaches the true meaning of humanity and love.
Title:You’ll Live Again Let me Die
No. of Pages: 260
Publish Date: 2013-1-1
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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