A Life To Die For by Nilay Shah | Book Review
Summary:She doesn't know who she is.' The diverse voices emanating from all the corners of Kashwarg are blending into a consensus to create a tune never opined before, 'Nor does she realise yet what her Baba has caused her to be a victim of.' 'But, she will.' 'One day, she will adopt this world now a stranger to her as hers.' 'The whole of Kashwarg will be the light on her path to her freedom.' 'Kashwarg will be ready to be at disagreement with anything there can be, if that is what is demanded of it in this quest to bring her justice.'
'But, what if time comes, when truth unveils itself and there remains nothing to fear but one's own self?' 'Will Kashwarg be able to protect its stand at such dawn of darkness?'
Will you be able to protect your opinions from your own self?
Release date:October 11th 2017
No. of Pages:
Paperback, 344 Pages
The language of the book is good enough. The cover of the book and the title is very interesting. The characterization is done well as you can taste all emotions waved in the story which author wanted to tell. The supporting characters are also well-etched out. This makes the story very descriptive. If you are one of those people who love details of everything then this book is for you.
The plot was not well executed. There is a lot of action in the plot amidst the change of places, change of characters and change of time.The story is based in a fictional place called Kashwarg. The thing that did not go well with me was the amount of profanity that the book had storyline, it took away from the story itself I felt it wasn't necessary. There were some interesting twists and turns, yet I never felt the mounting tension and excitement. I didn't really liked the plot but it was mostly believable but I came away with a little feeling of everything wrapped up to nicely.
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