Book Review- Flying Without Wings

Writing about love is the most difficult thing for some people while for others it is the easiest thing. It all depends on the feelings you have in your heart and the feelings you put in your writing. I am not a fan of romantic stories but picking up this one did not disappoint me.

The story revolves around the female protagonist Milli. She was leading a happy and normal life until her brother passed away in an explosion in Kashmir. Her mother is an alcoholic one which has made her life more difficult. She has to manage everything all by herself. Her only close person was her childhood friend Rahul who eventually fell in love with her. She couldn’t feel perfect with him and rejected his proposal, though in a polite manner. She then finds Karan. With Karan everything was going on well; they were in love with each other but then there is a twist in the tale. Something from the past comes in to disturb everything!

What is it? How it comes out? What happens next? Why was Karan hiding something from Milli? How does it affect the relationship? These and many other questions are there to be answered in the story.

The cover is beautiful and quite pleasing to the eyes. It gives a sense of hope and positivity to the readers. I did not like the title much. It could have been better. The concept of the story is beautiful but quite common one. The story becomes predictable at times but the way it has been narrated and built up keeps the readers involved in the book. The best thing is that the book has been edited well so you need not worry about the grammatical errors bothering you.

It is a light novel and a treat for romance lovers.

Plot- 4 / 5

Cover- 4.5 / 5

Title- 3.5 / 5

Narration- 4 / 5

Overall- 4 / 5

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