For some people, love is to set it free to get it back.
Author: Swapna Marathe
Publisher: Bluerose Publishers
Love beyond the sparkles by Swapna Marathe is a story of Vikram and Shwetha. What happens when the opposites meet? Vikram and Shwetha who are completely different from each other falls in love. Will they succeed in their journey of love?
The plot of the story is good with twists and turns. I liked the way the author sequenced the events. The narration of the story is simple. The story could have been much better with a crisp narration. It’s a book for the one who wants to read basic stories. The pace and flow of the story are slow.
The storyline of two contrasting personalities engaged me when I started the book. The story starts in an engaging way but one gets tedious as the story proceeds. The story could have been much better.
One can relate to the story though. The language used by the author is simple and easy. The Writing style of the author is easy and basic. The author could have written some dialogues instead of just narrating the story.
The story has very few dialogues. Themes like love, drama, relationships are used by the author. One thing that disappointed me was the fonts. They’re too small. It’s a light read but felt like a heavy read because of fonts.
The book failed to leave an impact on me. There are some missing elements which could have made the book much better. I liked the title of the book. The cover could have been more creative. The blurb was engaging.
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“For some people, love is to set it free to get it back. For some, love is breathing and cannot let it go off. When two people with different thoughts about love meet, the sparkles arise. But, how long does this sparkle stay in one’s life? Vikram cannot let go off his love, while Swetha sets it free and leaves the destiny to take over. This book shows how the love sparkled for Vikram and Shwetha even beyond the sparkles and how they travelled through their journey of love.”