Book Review: Seven…. (Years, Days, Minutes)

I will always prefer reading a short story over reading a novel. The reason is simple. You can finish a short story quickly and you can read a wide range of stories within the time that you would be able to finish a novel. I am glad that I picked up this story because I wasn’t expecting this from the title.

The story revolves around Swara who is on her trip and meets the tour guide Aditya. Swara has a past and she is still carrying her past with her; rather living in her past. Aditya falls in love with Swara during her trip but then something happens that stops him from confessing his love. The title ‘Seven’ plays an important role in the story and give a few minutes to this book to find out why!

The concept is a typical love story kind but is presented in a good manner. The narration uplifts the ordinary plot and at times I felt as if it was a movie. The title is superb. And besides writing, the author has shown another talent by sketching the cover herself. The idea is great but filling some colours on the cover would have made the image more attractive for a cover. Overall, this is a light yet intense read that can keep you engaged throughout. You can finish it in less than half an hour

Title- 4 / 5

Plot- 3.5 / 5

Cover- 4 / 5

Narration- 4.5 / 5

Overall- 4 / 5

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