You Begin Where I End

Firstly I wanna thank the author Sarang Jairaj

for sending me this beautiful book.

My Review:-
The story starts when the protagonist named Nafisa, had her first break-up. Broken down Nafisa continued her life with a dating app which rhymes with Hinder, and she met a boy named Amar. She used to spend a lot of time with him and also they had Physical relationship. The Twist in the tale came when Nasifa’s mom died in an accident. She started writing answers on Quora where she met a boy named Kiaan and they became penpals. Later she found her moms diary which was written in 1991 and one more love story opens up. It was her mom’s diary where she wrote how much she hated love marriage. Also the diary contained a boy Named Jai. Nafisa understands the meaning of true love after completing the diary. She also decided whome she loved and expressed her love. To find out the two love stories of two generations pick up the book and read. Get the answer whome Nafisa choose at the end.

For me, the story was a little boring until Nafisa’s mom diary came. It brought a sudden interest in continuing further with the book. It’s a easy read. Writting style is simple and easy to read. It is a bit of romantic. The book specially compared the love of true generations. It’s a one time read. Mainly the story talks about the bitter realities of life i.e. phone, dating apps, love, lust, physical attraction, alcohol etc. The plot was expected a bit more. Overall the story was good. I was hooked to it until the end. A lots of appreciation to the author and best wishes for future.

My Rating:- ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒ 

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