Dreams come true; without that possibility,
nature would not incite us to have them- John Updike
The Dreaming reality is the story of Ridhima and Rihansh. Its a beautiful story with lots of twists and turns. The plot of the story is interesting fascinating. The narration of the story is crisp and grasping. one can connect with the story. I loved the flow of the story, its smooth. The pace of the story is good. I loved how the story was getting interesting with every turning page. It’s a story full of varied emotions. Love, friendship, adventure and lots of suspense. The characters made by the author are strong and connecting. Each character is amazing.
The story is appealing and is intriguing. The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is engaging. One can relate to the story. The story started in a low key but then the climax was something different. There’s lots of drama in the story.
The only thing that I disliked was the Font. They’re too small. The cover and the title is attractive.
Overall, it’s a simple read with lots of twists and drama. Simple language, strong plot, the crisp narration makes it a good read.
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*** I received the copy of the book from the author in exchange for honest and unbiased review***
I am Ridhima Maniktala, 21.
I’m in a relationship with Rihansh Kashyap.
He is my student, and 5 years younger to me.
I read about a disease called Cullen Syndrome
in which the patient gets vivid dreams about their future.
I also get lifelike dreams about a woman called Sara and her family of three.
But I haven’t told Rihansh about my last dream in which Sara receives a phone call saying “Your husband was killed in a car crash.”
Am I Sara?
Is Rihansh going to die?
Will my dreams be my future?