Point Ten Zeros Six None
(Fables Of Fatal Fate – Book 1)
—– Dhiraj Singh
Jeetu and Aashu are hopelessly in love with each other. And they profess to be each other’s soulmates in the next life too. As they embark on a journey of love and life together, they encounter several trying circumstances, which threaten to shake their faith in humanity. Can the power of karma and the strength of their love protect them and help them tide over their troubles? What happens to the people who betray their trust? Will karma catch up with them too? In God’s larger scheme of things, someone unfortunately must pay the price.
My Review – I will start my review with the author’s own quote
“Love is a strange word. It’s the only thing in the world that makes life worth living for, dying for and killing for.”
Wow, Bollywood much? Romantic much? Thrilling much?
The best things about this books—
° You cannot leave it anywhere in between (try it, you can’t)
° The story is gripping from the first line.
° Has action, (Mr.Bhola with his six.three inch frame rocked) and suspense.
° The best female lead, Aashu is someone you can’t help but like. Nothing like those leads who are jealous every second chapter. She cares, trusts and loves Jeetu with all her heart.
° Jeetu, a brilliant character as the protagonist. He is not only head over heels in love with Aashu, he worships the ground she walks upon. I loved his sincerity. Also, the funny moments when he apologised to God for being the way he is.
° The book had an excellent story and even better writer who explained each and every thing in detail whether it was Aashu’s saree or the sun (I am being precise.)
I loved the book. I have to be honest. I did cry at one moment (I can’t tell when because that will be a spoiler)
The suspense was not predictable so it shocked me.
Worth the time and money.
I loved it!
Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.”
― Zelda Fitzgerald