‘It’s Her’ said the Heart by Arun Prasath Kadirvel – Book Review


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Author: Arun Prasath Kadirvel
Publisher: Write India Publishers
Rating: 3/5

Review:

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‘It’s Her’ said the Heart by Arun Prasath Kadirvel is a story of Yadav and Meera. Yadav who is madly in love with Meera confess his feelings to her. Will Meera accept him? What happens next.

The plot of the story is good. It’s a predictive story. The narration of the story is simple and appealing. I did not like the story much. The story is unnecessarily dragged. There are too many details shared by the author which makes the story boring.

The pace of the story is too slow. The flow of the story is smooth. There are so many errors in the story. The writing style is good. The language used by the author is simple and easy.  The liked the way the author sequenced the events. The backdrop of Singapore is beautifully described.

The characters are well developed by the author. Each of them had a vital role to play. I liked the Father-son and Brother-sister relationship the most. I liked Meera’s character the most.

There are various themes like family, love, relationships are used by the author making the story engaging. One can relate to the story from the very first page. The title of the cover of the story is impressive. The cover could have been much better.

It’s a simple, light read with a slow flow. Overall, It’s a good story but could have been much better. There are so many errors which could have been avoided.

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