Morning, morning, morning… bringing you a lovely review that Pete won’t like😂😂😂. Today is official disturb Pete day. Celebrate it, everybody 🙈🙈. I am just in a really jolly mood for no absolute reason. I am losing it people. I have been locked in my house for almost a year so I am totally allowed to act crazy and disturbing people is my hobby so hello Petey. I wanted to disturb everyone but I will do so one by one. Today it’s Pete, tomorrow Kim😂😂 and on that note let’s start this review, shall we???
So this review is very special for me as I will be giving you an author interview real soon and also because this book is written by a 15-year-old girl who is from Gujarat too. I am so glad that I could read her book and this is such a wonderful book. Come along to check out the review, people.
I sincerely thank Nitya Dalmia and Outset Reviewers Program for providing this opportunity in exchange for an honest review.
Author: Nitya Dalmia.
Publisher: Notion Press Publishing.
Genre: Romance, Break Up Genre.
Chapter: 29 Chapters.
Pages: 248 pages.
Series: Yes. (Stuck Up Series).
Time: 5 hours 30 minutes.
Publishing / Published: 20th November 2020.
Riya’s life has been absolute shit since she left Woodlock. Everything seems so usually weird in her new school. Eating alone during lunch and fearing a 10-meter walk in the hallway has become her life. As a teenager, she is trying to fit in. She ends up finding her happiness in things she least expected. In a new town, she is on a search to find herself.
Ever After takes you on a new journey. We hear the story from Riya’s side but let’s flip the coin and look at things from a different angle. Raynak, a young boy, falls for his friend. His vulnerability, though, is his barrier from letting her in. One girl changes his whole life and turns his world upside down.
One story. Two people. Two perspectives.
Amazon: 🌟4.1/5 Stars🌟.Taken from the respective sources
I loved how the book was written so smoothly and I was genuinely attached to the book. Being a female author, I was fascinated by how the author showed the male perspective so clearly and nicely. The emotions and pain, the feelings and the rant on how crazy and hectic a teenager’s life can be were so relatable. The reason I cut 1.0 star is that Ever After is the sequel of Stuck Up the first novel by this author and when I read the girl’s perspective…I couldn’t understand many incidents that were a part of the first novel. I was somehow confused but when the boy’s point of view comes up, the confusion does get unfolded somehow but not totally. The way the story is plotted and the concept is written is just so unique. I have read a thousand books on love stories but not one that talks about break up and it’s effects on teenagers and as this novel has a cliffhanger so the 3rd book is coming too and I am waiting. I highly congratulate this author for having such great success at the age of 15 only. Loved the book.
So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…
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