Sunday, 27 March 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Waves in the sky by Rakhi Jayashankar

Is friendship all about hanging out, having a drink together, sneaking out from classes and playing truants? Is there an age for friendship? The Canaries says no, it doesn't. Waves in the sky is not just the story of friendship of six girls; it's about love, motherhood, responsibility and forbearing. Little did the Canaries know that Ms. Malini will be the reason for their separation. Little did they know that she will be the Mother Banyan who will bind them through an invisible thread of love. But will the mother banyan provide them shade from the Waves in the sky?

BOOK REVIEW: - Words cant describe this book.
The book is marvellous .
Life has never been predictable.
One cannot believe how time change our lives through unexpected 
circumstances and situations.
The story starts with the school life.
Characters in the book -  Neha , Raihana ,Avi, Charu and Yami,Ananya . They all are friends.

Everyone was envious of their friendship. and because of that some or the other incident happened in their life. They all split up. Everyone had to suffer something or the other. 
Police arrested Varun because of the bad deeds and he was sentenced to seven years of imprisonment. Canaries went back to their normal life. 

In the end once again, happiness showered in the Canaries’life. The waves in their sky gave way to soothing breeze.

The book is very well written with excellent character development. I couldn't put it down and read it cover to cover in just a day. Another great story about letting the past go and becoming the people we are meant to be! 
It give us a lesson to forget out past and put our past, our sorrows, pain, secrets everything aside ,dont think about it.

Only the cover of the book let it down ,other than that , everything worked fine.
I would rate this book - 4.5 out of 5 Stars. A perfect book to give to your loved ones.

Rakhi was born in a small town in Kerala. Born and brought up as a quintessential small town girl, she had always been ambitious and goal-oriented. After her masters in Biotechnology and Business Administration, she joined as an HR recruiter in a consulting firm. Her eight-year-old love life blossomed into marriage in 2010 and she joined her husband's family business. Blessed with two children, she is a full time mother and an author. Her passion for literature made her the author of the poetry collection Un-assuaged- The blossoms of my imaginations.

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