Hope and Sunshine Book Review

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Naina Grover has an imperfectly perfect life, or is it perfectly imperfect? A Punjabi kudi from Delhi working in the city of joy, Kolkata is joined by her crazy cousin, Arjun and his sober friend Aditya to come of age while at a long – distance relationship which seems to be going nowhere. She knows it is a recipe for disaster but should she let go or not? Should she hope for the best? Hope she will be accepted?Hope she can settle down? Hope she can come to terms with a family secret bothering her for years now? Just hope. Keep hoping? And then, Hope welcomes a ray of sunshine. Naina welcomes you to look at life from her perspective. ‘Hop’e On!
My Review
Thank you, author, for the review copy. The book is a light read. I completed it just in a day when I was in school. The author describes everything so beautifully and elegantly in this book. The book is a romance category, I am not a huge fan of reading romance category but I really liked the book. The language in this book is easy. The situations in the books are not dramatic. The situations are everyday situations of a girl living away from her parents with her brother, and loving uncle and aunt and Aditya. The characters in the book are described so well. Friendship is described so beautifully and what importance it made in Naina’s life. The story contains twists. It is totally a fun read

10 Comments

  1. I’m super eager to read this book!

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    1. thatreaderbee says:

      It’s amazing!

      Like

  2. aishwaryarathor says:

    I am on to reading this book.!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. thatreaderbee says:

      Great!Do tell me how did you like it!

      Like

  3. Some days all you need is a light read

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    1. thatreaderbee says:

      Truee

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    1. thatreaderbee says:

      Yes! It is!

      Like

    1. thatreaderbee says:

      Yes! It is
      !

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