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Book Review: Hope and Sunshine #Ishithaa

Book Blurb: Hope and Sunshine by Debasmita Nath Ghosh

Naina Grover has an imperfectly perfect life, or is it perfectly imperfect? A Punjabi kudi from Delhi working in the city of joy, Kolkata is joined by her crazy cousin, Arjun and his sober friend Aditya to come of age while at a long – distance relationship which seems to be going nowhere. She knows it is a recipe for disaster but should she let go or not? Should she hope for the best? Hope she will be accepted? Hope she can settle down? Hope she can come to terms with a family secret bothering her for years now? Just hope. Keep hoping? And then, Hope welcomes a ray of sunshine. Naina welcomes you to look at life from her perspective. ‘Hop’e On!’

Book Review: Hope and Sunshine by Debasmita Nath Ghosh

Book Review: Hope and Sunshine by Debasmita Nath Ghosh

Hope and Sunshine is the story of Naina and Aditya.

The title and the cover of the book appealed to me quite a lot. It’s a simple, easy and quick read with well-built characters.

Naina works in a big firm in Kolkatta and holds a position that is highly responsible and is in a long-distance relationship with Ved who works in Mumbai. They are sweethearts from college and manage to stay in touch with each other over phone and SMS.

When Ved’s mother gets diagnosed with brain tumour, their relationship goes through a tough phase. Meanwhile, Aditya joins Naina’s office; that he is her cousin Aravind’s best friend forms the foundation for a thick friendship between Aditya and Naina.

What changes happen to Naina and Ved’s relationship and how they take it further is what forms the rest of the book.

The language is good and the prose flows smoothly. The pace is steady enough to make the reading a pleasurable experience, the characters are realistic and very minimum.

The book makes for a light breezy read and can be done with in a single sitting.

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Writing to me is therapy, it frightens and comforts at the same time. Liberates like nothing else. A book in my own name is a dream, but a bigger dream would be to write something that haunts the reader even after the last page is turned and the book is shut. I enjoy reading and music, spending time with family whilst battling my social awkwardness.

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Writing to me is therapy, it frightens and comforts at the same time. Liberates like nothing else. A book in my own name is a dream, but a bigger dream would be to write something that haunts the reader even after the last page is turned and the book is shut. I enjoy reading and music, spending time with family whilst battling my social awkwardness.

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