Tuesday, 26 April 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Where The Rainbow Ends by Anurag Anand

Rahul had everything going his way – a soaring career, a happy family and all else a man his age could yearn for. And then suddenly his life began to crumble all around him, disintegrating element after precious element, leaving him to watch in helpless horror.

Where had he gone wrong? Was there still hope for redemption, even a solitary ray that he could cling on to?

Avantika, a pretty, vivacious girl who had come into Rahul’s life by pure accident, literally, has suddenly gone missing. Just like that, without as much as a trace.

Where is Avantika? Will Rahul be able to find her? Is it her own past that has come back to consume her or is it something even more vicious and sinister?

Shalini, Rahul’s first love and a girl accustomed to leading life on her own terms. Hailing from a family that exerts considerable influence in the galleries of politics and power, she certainly has the wherewithal to impact a lot of things. Even lives.

Is Shalini fostering a grudge that could displace not one but many lives? Could she be the one behind Avantika’s mysterious disappearance?

BOOK REVIEW:- The story revolves around the protagonist RahulShalini was her ex-gf .
Avantika had been missing along the way, Avantika was gone ! Where ? No one knows.

In the short span of time, Avantika had become an inseparable part of Rahul's and Myra's life .
Her presence had become a habit, a necessity .

Avantika had said once - 'You know Rahul ,life is too beautiful to be drowned in sorrows.You must get a grip on yourself and put up a brave face. If not on yourself then for Myra.

She didnt call back neither did she ever ever visit them.
What all Rahul know about her ,is her name, her mobile number ,her place to work and the city dhe stayed in.

Rahul went to Delhi in search for her & to find her.The city of Delhi can be most cruel and unreasonable to visitors when it intends to.

After visiting the place where she used to live & work ,Rahul get to know that she didnt told anyone and vanished suddenly.

This book just blows your mind when you reach the climax.

If love were a warrior ,it would be a champion of the art of clandestine warfare. It strike its preys when they are least suspecting, like a cat in stealthy pursuit, leaving no opportunity for them to forge an escape.

I am impressed by the writing style of the author. The book, however, is not a love story, there is suspense .Its a page turner.The book was splendid in its plot development, character development and story line. 
I would like to read from the author.I would give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars. 

Anurag is a management professional who started his parellel career in writing at the age of 25 when he published his first non-fiction title, 'Pillars of Success'. After his second non-fiction title, he shifted to the fiction genre and since then he has authored several books including bestsellers like The Legend of Amrapali and The Quest for Nothing.

Anurag's works have been lauded for their realistic treatment of subjects and the life-like interplay between characters.

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