The Journey

♥️♥️ BOOK REVIEW ♥️♥️
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📚 The Journey 📚
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“Trust and confidence, destroyed at such a massive level, takes decades to re-built again. Property can be re-built, wealth can be earned again but the toughest is to re-built Trust.”
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The story is about three generations of a family spread over three continents. The story starts in the jungles of North East India during the Second World War. A soldier fights manfully but realizes that he is not fighting for his country but for the British. He resigns from the Army and starts his business in Calcutta which is a booming metropolis at that time. He falls in love with a British nurse but ultimately marries a Muslim woman during the riots during partition of India. The British Nurse moves to Ireland but realizes she is Pregnant with the soldiers baby. She gives birth to an errant child who goes on to join the Irish Republic Army. Meanwhile the Soldiers family migrates to Bombay and see the crazy city boom in the 70’s. Finally, it all comes together in a climax in the Mumbai of 90’s.
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Review:-
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♣️ The cover of the book is very simple. It shows the picture of a road, a simple road. According to me, it can be more better.
On the other hand I loved the title of the book. It’s the best as compared to the story.
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♣️ Appreciation to the author for the amazing characterisation. The characters are very different and amazing. They have the power to attract the readers.
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♣️ The narration is very simple. Story, understandable. Amazing plot.I loved the setting of the story which is the time of Partition. Moreover I must add that I felt a bit confused at some parts of the story, otherwise, the story is be as awesome as it is.
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♣️ I loved the concept of the book that shows the three generations. As time passes, everything changes and that is very well shown in the book.
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♣️ The story contains the essence of Hate and Love. It has emotions. We can fell the hatred people had at the time of partition. Overall Catchy book and an awesome read.
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Ratings:- 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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