Sunday, 27 November 2016

BOOK REVIEW: The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta

Received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
The way of Narration and writing was nice. 

PLOT - It wasn’t something you’ve never heard of or something you cannot guess.

The story revolves around the protagonist Priya, her dream was to become topper every year.
She wants to become the most popular girl in college.
After entering into the college, she found the college environment totally different from the school. It took her time to adjust to it.
There were politics, ragging and unnecessary tantrum thrown by other girls.
She has to deal with many things.
Then there came Suvo, who is the college hero.

Love is the mixture that offers you an extraordinary escape from the unpalatable reality; adore gives no anxiety, no agony , no dread. 

Priya endeavored to avoid the diversions and focus towards thinks about. She begins to look all starry-eyed at the books. 
Nothing made her glad than to have the pile of books on the library table which gave her monstrous bliss and the sea of learning. 

The main thing which I felt was that the story is particularly stretched, which made the book exhausting in the middle. 

Book Cover - 4/5
Editing - 4/5 
Blurb - 4/5
Book Quality (Typing, Word Setting, Fonts) - 4/5 

Story - 4.5/5

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