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A Marriage Knot: a tangled love story Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07Q3L52CQ
- Publisher : Shobana Mahadevan (29 March 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 450 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 149 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #146 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Clean story narration and characterisation is so well done that we got so feel bad that it should have a perfect ending. This light hearted is her strength and does total justification as well.
Apart from novel/story, she communicates certain tips/message on suicides on youngsters and why! Being so lavish Advices even to strangers even if they don’t like/need!
Importantly, After long time I was excited by end of it !
Very Well done, keep up the good work !
The book contains a nice mix of examples from real life as well as Shobana s lovely honesty.Time spent by Arjun n Neha in Bangalore, Neha s transformation in costumes n her imagination about life was interesting. I liked flavours like Gangai konda cholapuram n kalki s ponniyin selvan n using names of good Tamil movies n d street names made me think dat the story is revolving in my neighbourhood.
I would suggest readers to enjoy n read THE MARRIAGE KNOT.
The title of book explains what to look for inside. True to the title it is really a knot which is too tangled that, if both partners are willing, can be untangled. The story is just a symbolization of what people can do in all knotty situations in life. Not necessarily in marriage, concocted by both the willing parties, Neha and Arjun, though.
As usual Shobana has a knack of storytelling. It is simple and easy reading. But one should not fall into the trap. The story may apparently seem simple, but it has a hidden agenda. I mean a positive hidden agenda. And the agenda is looking at life in a larger canvass where broad hints are given about the need to hold onto values. So also is the interpretation of marriage as a sacred institution. This is immensely amplified through the thought process of Neha. No extreme characterization. For that matter Arjun is intensely independent. He has his own way of looking at life. Both respect each other’s space. This is very important in any kind of situation in life.
Shobana also has an uncanny knack of dealing with various life situations while telling the story. She speaks through the characters. And through them she makes one think. Like her first book this book also reveals the core values of life. I feel it is a must read for all especially the young generation.