Do love stories ever die?
Can modern day gadgets like mobile phones and the ‘http:\ www’ era of internet bring you the love of your life?
You haven’t met her earlier, but commit to marry. Will you still call this a love marriage?
And what if on the engagement day while you pull the ring out from your pocket, you realize what you planned was just a dream which never comes true…?
How would you react when a beautiful person comes into your life, becomes your most precious possession and then one day goes away from you…forever?
Not all love stories are meant to have a perfect ending. Some stay incomplete. Yet they are beautiful in their own way. Ravin’s love story is one such innocent and beautiful story. He believes love stories seldom die. They are meant to stay for the generations yet to come and read them. And given that one chance to narrate his love story, this is how he began…
…I remember the date well: 4th March 2006. I was in Kolkata and about to reach Happy’s home. I had been very excited all morning as I was going to see our gang of four after three years.
Some books take you for a surprise. I was recently browsing the library for Indian authors and came across a lot of young aspiring Indian Authors. Most of them were chicklits and female authors but to find a male author in this selection was a surprise. The title of the book struck a chord with me. Even I too had a love story….so I picked the book. Haven’t never heard about the author nor the book. I felt I should try reading it, and boy did I feel touched. To know its a true story was even more touching and I could feel the pain the author must have gone through, through his words. I would recommend this book to one and all.
This review is part of “South Asian Author Challenge 2010″ and ” 2010 Support Your Local Library Reading Challenge”.