Will remind you of 80’s era movies.
A New Dawn is struggle story of Shravan, son of a rickshaw puller to become something worth for coming up to Mugdha’s father asking for Mugdha’s hand.
Simple enough ?
But no it is not, the story takes a roller coaster ride of their emotions, family status, and pulling them apart from each other for long to give book a good
content for a spicy story.
Will their love story be a success one ?
What’s the military background in Cover tells ? Who is it for ?
For all these you need to read the novel.
The story is what reminded me of movies that were made in late 80’s. A poor fellow loving a rich girl, making ends meet to prove her love and finally getting
unite. And it’s surely a hats off to the Authoress Kamini for taking such common plot, and writing on it.
The writing is what interested me in the book. Authoress has made sure that all the flavors are binded well in one single story. Emotions are expressed raw,
and there are many social issues like Family status “Matters” a lot while Loving one another, “Studies” are the only source for Income/ and good status.
I like it when there are subtle hints of such issues in a Novel. This gives a background of how flawed our characters are like people in real life.
Things I couldn’t ignore in the novel was, grammatical mistakes. There were a time, when same word was spelled three different ways on a page 😐 (yaa I am weird, I notice things)
The book name could have been something else may be, wasn’t happy with the tittle after reading book.
The end made my heart-break 😐 . Why it has to be like this ? *no spoiler* but why NO happy end ?
Things that worked out for me :
> Liked the cover is different and definitely strikes well with the story.
> Subtle hints of social issues that surely play in mind when read and remind us we should do something about it.
Things that didn’t worked for me :
> Story was predictable (except the end 😐 )
> Grammatical & spelling mistakes
Final Note :
If you are missing that 80’s era and want to revisit it via a written novel but still want a different end. Well go for it.
*Thanks to Half Baked Beans for providing review copy in return of an honest review.* **Read this book as part of #3daysreadathon on Instagram**