Top positive review
Reviewed in India on 21 June 2020
The book is set up in a different theme, where three woman, who are not interconnected, receives a letter from Alok, the Protagonist, un which it was mentioned that he possess something that belongs to them and he no longer can look after that.
The story has love, heartbreak and much more, but it's not just what we think it is. The book is moving in a pace, making sure that the reader gets connected with the story, and the characters there in.
The characters are described in a neat manner. Tho the stories ar first aren't interconnected, there's a smooth transition phase, and that makes the book a non complicated one. The narration is on point. The language is simple. The twists are nice, and overall a nice read.