Friday, 10 June 2016

BOOK REVIEWS:No Time to Pause by Pavithra Ramesh

Life of a young adult is filled with joy and mystery. 'No Time to Pause' is a narration of a typical college student who decides to stay miles away from her family to get value education. She faces a host of challenges, encounters varied adventures and meets people who leave a tremendous impact on her life. With the college term ending, she leaves the institution not only as an academic achiever, but also a strong woman ready to face the rough world out there. She realizes that life keeps moving on and there is no time to look back or regret.

I was given a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
‘No Time to Pause’ is a debut novel by Pavithra Ramesh. It is a fiction about the life of a youngster who decides to stay away from her family.
The story revolves around the protagonist Pari.
She had been to various places from Chennai to Mumbai, Mumbai to Dubai ,Dubai to Bangalore.

Her dad is a deputy journalist of a daily newspaper.Her mother is a teacher. Teaching is her passion.Her parents have always inspired her.

There was a women's college in Bangalore, Pari wanted to pursue her education from there, but hostel facilities was not available. She got admission there ,but now she has to live alone in the PG. She made new friends. But she felt alone,many times she felt to give up.
It is hell to live alone,away from family,shut in an empty room.

Earlier she thought that what is wrong in living alone.
Later she realized that nothing in this world meant more than the family.

Life always gives us two choices- one is simple and the other is complicated.Whatever be it,your decisions impact you the most.Set goals, achieve them.Never regret what you have done.

At the end of the college life she gain confidence,courage to face anything that will come in her path. She was completely changed .
Always feel like something better coming better coming out there.

Things that let down the novel - 
  • I felt the story is Short
  • Writing would have been better.
I would rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.Definitely not a book that you will want to put down.I am sure that readers could connect to it.

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