My book’s first overseas review
Book Review: all the best, baby
Author: Karan Singh Surana
Rating: Two and a half stars
“It’s better to kill the misunderstanding before the misunderstanding kills the relationships.”
There has been countless tales of campus romance on the Indian market during the past decade since Chetan Bhagat’s Five Point Someone..has changed the way we look at literature or Hinglish for that matter. There are a bevy of authors spurning the tale of love, romance and break up. What makes the authors tick is the connection they make with the audience who identify with the journey, characters, emotions and the entire premise. I believe that romance in college is here to stay and what makes the journey worthwhile is how you narrate your story. When Karan Singh Surana contacted me for the review of ‘all the Best baby’, I willfully agreed since it’s my favorite genre. All The Best…
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There are times or rather a phase in every relationship when couples fight over petty issues. They keep finding flaws and blaming each other. Yelling and bullying dethrones the sensitive love talks. Frustration, tension, irritation, sarcasm and anger shadow’s the true love. Moments come when either one thinks that they may not have made the right decision or that they were not meant to be together or may be their Mrs. Perfect or Mr. Right is someone else and that they should break up and move away from each other. It’s a phase which is surely going to come in every couple’s life who truly love each other. These are in fact the testing times which show the actual strength of the relationship.
Napoleon Hill rightly said – Every adversity, every failure and every heart ache, carries with it the seed of an equivalent or greater benefit.
If they stand by each other during the thunderstorm they will surely realize the depth of their true love; if they part ways, true love was just an illusion.
No matter how far-flung is the conflict but when question comes to break up, the whole world stops (not literally though). One can take the pain of fighting but cannot bear the twinge of losing the one they truly love. The turmoil’s of a day cannot bury the undying love in one’s heart. True Love adds flavors of all kinds of emotions in a person’s life. There will be no feeling left for one to discover.
It’s better to kill the misunderstanding before the misunderstanding slays the relationship.