Friday, 8 January 2016

#BookReview ; King Of Hearts by Prassant Kevin

Sometimes you have to fight the greatest battles to discover who you really are. 
At the age of 21, Ayan left his home and ran to Delhi in search of his dream and identity. In everybody's eyes, he was nothing but a loser except for his best friend, Misha, with whom he fallen in love. And after two years of hardship, when he finally got his long awaited chance, he stunned the whole nation and became one of greatest artist and heartthrob of this generation. But destiny had some other plans for him and one day, something happened which turned his whole life upside down. He was on the verge of losing everything he ever had and to save them all, he had to fight the greatest battle of his life. 
To know more, read this astonishing tale of a young man's extraordinary journey to find his lost dreams, love and friendship.

King Of Hearts is the second book of independent filmmaker & novelist Prassant Kevin. The story is about dreaming big & working for it at the same time but it is also about the uncertainty of life while the core of the plot is that true love always unites & stick together till the end no matter what.

The story contains few characters, the protagonist is Ayan Kapoor a struggling author who is smoking hot, Misha a girl who wants a boy to be her best friend forever an idea fuelled by movies hence she befriends Ayan with a strict rule that they won’t fell in love with each other & then there is Hitesh who is Ayan’s close buddy.  While Ayan is a talented writer & the book which he has written ‘God vs You’ is a sure shot hit but still he doesn’t get selected by any publishing house despite his friend Hitesh’s constant efforts but then someone did pay attention to his pleas & ultimately God vs You gets published & proved itself to be a bestseller. But is this what Ayan REALLY cares for, to be successful? Or maybe there is something more important which he seeks? What will happen if he breaks his promise of not falling in love with Misha? Will she forgive him? Even if she does so is there going to be a happily ever after?

The story is a roller coaster ride between love & life. I liked the base of the story but I would’ve loved it if it didn’t had some grammatical glitches & printing problems. In short it’s a nice read but still there’s scope for improvement.

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