Sunday, 6 July 2014

It's no longer a dream by Sanjeev Ranjan Book Review

 
It’s no Longer a Dream by Sanjeev Ranjan Book Review

Publisher: Srishti Publishers Distributors
ISBN: 978-93-82665-11-3
Year of Publication: 2014
No. Of Pages: 191
Cover: Paperback
Language: English
Type: Fiction
Price: 100
Rating: 3.5/5                           
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
My Review:

Nice plot, wonderfully written, fast and simple language, you will completely enjoy reading this book. The book is divided into three parts the first part is about Akshat’s collage life and his family. The second part which is my personal favourite, the love story of Randhir and Radhika and the third part bends towards the epilogue.

Tears rolled through my eyes while reading the letter of Radhika, its shows the true love. Even though the marriage of Randhir and Radhika were arranged by their family, the maturity described between these two partners is wonderful by the author.  Sanjeev has truly portrayed the arranged marriage life in initial days i.e. the life of Randhir and Radhika. How day by day the marriage life prospers, when two unknown people understand each others.

Somewhere I found that the story was somewhat stretched in initial stage, also starting was bit boring, the story boosts through the character of Randhir. This story provides a good message to the reader to follow your heart unless and until you have to regret in future. Randhir is like a messiah to Akshat in this novel. This novel provides a lesson to readers that life doesn’t provide any second chance.

Overall, it’s a nice book and touching story. It’s a worth reading.
  
Plot:

Akshat Diwan had born to a rich family, a luxurious life a huge mansion and rich enough to buy whatever he desires. But because of his parents failed relationship or a marriage without any relationship makes him depressed and one fine day Akshat run’s away from home to an undefined journey. 

On the train journey, he meets Randhir Sareen who tells Akshat his love story of him and her wife, Radhika.  The heart touching story changes the life of Akshat forever. He finds the meaning of his life also the importance of love.
  
About The Book:

 "Does love manage to find a way, even when all illusions fade? Where does the journey end?"

Akshat Diwan has everything that the tangible world can offer for a dream-like life – luxurious cars, a palatial mansion, extravagant wealth and an heirloom of infinite opulence. All but peace! His parents are forever in a state of prolonged hostility; adding to it failing spurious friendships and dwindling love life which metamorphoses him into a soul-less creature. Cursing his misfortune and in an attempt to end his anguish and disparity, Akshat embarks on an unknown journey, seeking nothing but solitude, or perhaps a glimpse of his inner being. It is when he meets a stranger that he realizes his journey is not just any journey, but a roller coaster ride to unravel the harsh realities of life.

It’s No Longer a Dream is all about collecting the shattered pieces of meaning of life, love and relationships and bringing them back to a whole again.

About The Author:

A non-conformist by nature and an engineer by profession, Sanjeev Ranjan is the bestselling author of In Course of True Love!. An ardent lover of western classic and instrumental music, he enjoys reading. He has a keen interest in understanding human behaviour and relationships. This is his second novel.