Author: Vishal Sardhara
Publisher: Frog Books (An imprint of Leadstart Publishing Pvt. Ltd.)
Cover design: Mishta Roy
Cover : 2.5/5
Title : 3/5
Blurb : 3/5
Story : 3.5/5
Theme : 3/5
Characters : 3.5/5
Overall : 3.5/5
- Characters (Leads):
- Dharmik Desai- The protagonist
- Dhani- Dharmik’s love
Seven years have passed, but it seems like a thing of yesterday and they say love makes a man do the impossible. This is a story of a young boy, who is in love with a girl known as, ‘Miss Heartless.’He has poured his heart out for his love, his wait seems endless, but his unwavering faith is what keeps him going.He knows deep inside that they belong together. Only she has to realize it. Will she? Dharmik Desai falls in love with his classmate Dhani in the 10th. He completes his Diploma in Pharmacy and decides to pursue B.A.M.S. He gets admission in the same college, where Dhani was studying. When he joins medical college, she is his senior by two years in B.A.M.S.Dharmik loves Dhani unconditionally, despite all the difficulties faced and waits for nearly seven years for her positive approach.Dharmik is a dreamer and he strongly believes, “Everything is yours that is seen after closing your eyes.”
“Love Someone” by Vishal Sardhara is a romantic novel featuring first love.
Dharmik Desai is a studious guy, an intellectual being with a different personality, different thinking towards education, different approach towards knowledge, different skills to pass an exam, different image in his friend circle and treated differently by teachers. He falls in love with Dhani, his classmate in school, during their 10th std, after which he pursues a diploma in Pharmacy and Dhani seeks admission to B.A.MS. One fine day he proposes her through text message, not revealing his identity and later seeks admission in the same college as Dhani just for his love. Dhani is a kind of girl who only has one ambition in life- to settle in her career, as she thinks that it is the only way to lead a happy life. She is termed “Miss Heartless” in college but Dharmik doesn’t approve of it. The story then revolves around how Dharmik succeeds, or doesn’t, in his love life, convincing Dhani of his love. The various misunderstandings and twists add spice to the script.
The narration is simple, straight to point, without any unnecessary description and mentioning only the required details. Perfect grammar and use of expressions.
A short simple relative love story. A good read. (3.5/5)
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