Untold Love Stories From India Book Review

Author: Khushwant Singh
Published September 15th 2014 by The Book Company
Pages: 120
Rating: 4/5
Would I recommend: Yes

Blurb

The best and the worst thing about destiny, is uncertainty.

These never before told stories of lovers and their unrequited love sprout the Godliness of emotions, with a bitter side of the pills of struggle and longing for the loved one.

Stories of your regular, next-door, everyday lovers—everyday heroes—no fanfare, no thrills. Just pure, unadulterated emotions from the hearts of people who knew these great souls. Shared over endless cups of elaichi–adrak ki chai with the author, these precious stories hold the power to warm a heart even in the harshest chills of the mountains.

Take this journey into a world of dreams, butterflies, and flowers—and ride the rainbow of life

My Review!

Thank you author for the review copy. The book is a collection of 13 short stories from different parts of India. All of these are rarely known. The title totally justifies with the stories. The stories are simple. I am not a huge fan of love stories but I really liked the book as it didn’t have any sugar coating. The book travels through different timelines with different people. The stories are small, which makes it an easy and quick read. The stories are unique as they are hardly known to anyone. The stories are about people who struggled for their love or even were killed for their love. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone who likes to read romance genre. I don’t like love stories a lot so, I gave it 4 stars.

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