It was lovely to get a copy of the book signed by the author. The cover showed a young couple. They are standing at the door of a train. Only toward the end of the book, you’ll know why.
Name: A Little Bit Of Love
Author: Arva Bhavnagarwala
Number of pages: 363
Availability: Amazon (Buy the paperback here)
The title was enough for me to pick it up. I enjoyed reading the book. The subtitles were okay though I felt they weren’t really needed.
The Indian-English language used was simple and easily understandable. The fun new word was Arrhythmia.
Sadiq and Afrah meet on a bus and in the midst of their ambitions, family issues and train rides, they find comfort in being with each other. But a catastrophe separates them. You should read who comes out of it alive and untouched and what destiny has in store for them.
*The font was a good size and easy to read.
*The book showed how different parents are. While some are loving and doting, others can be bossy and complicated.
*The story was about young ambitious lovers with different backgrounds.
*In today’s world when everyone is looking for perfection in their partners, statuses and life, this story shows us how love can happen in imperfect situations with imperfect people, too.
*Grammatical errors could be better edited.
*The Indian way of speaking English is too strong. It probably needed a more efficient editor.
I started reading this book in December, but due to the hectic month of celebrations, I just finished it today. The story was nice in the beginning but I was super interested only later. I couldn’t put the book down until I knew what happened in the end. I ignored the grammatical errors and enjoyed the book with its imperfections.
Have you read this book? What do you think?
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