Give your life another chance and see where it takes you.
Author: Priya Das
FLY WITH ME is a wonderful saga of love by Priya Das. Snigdha who is afraid of falling in love is forced by her parents to get married to their friend’s son. Will she escape from this marriage? or will she love again after a heartbreak? Fly with me is a Journey of Snigdha, Sameer and Abir. Crossing each other’s path, what will the future hold for them.
Divided into 25 chapters, it’s the story of love, lust and fun. The plot of the story is interesting with some twists. The narration of the story is crisp and simple. The story started at low key but later it started picking up. One can relate to the story from the very first page.
The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is crisp and Gripping.
The author sequenced all the events wonderfully which set the story going.
The shifting plot from present to past irked me, with boredom. The pace of the story is too slow.
There are so many unnecessary details shared by the author which made the story tedious.
The characters that the author made are strong and played a vital role. I disliked Snigdha’s parents for controlling her, taking her life’s decisions. I like Sameer’s character the most. Even Romita’s character won my heart.
There are themes like Love, relationship, a friendship which makes the story appealing. There are drama and dialogues which keeps the reader hooked throughout. The story is a bit predictable.
The cover and the title of the story is impressive. I loved the message that the author conveyed.
Give Love another Chance.
Overall, It’s a beautiful story with an interesting plot and a crisp narration. This book is for the one who wants to start reading Romance. It’s a light and a quick read..
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Snigdha is a boring lecturer now. Who would connect her to the hottest dancer in college? Her best friend thinks she has stopped walking on the streets in the fear of getting hit by a car. But she had a fan whose craze for her has not diminished even a bit. Snigdha might not want to see the world again, but her fan wants to see her on the world stage as the best dancer in the world. And, there’s her ex-dance partner without whom she doesn’t want to dance.
A soulmate is not a perfect person—just as Sameer isn’t, just as Abir isn’t. But who is perfect for Snigdha—Sameer or Abir?