Review: For A Girl In A Star


Author: Ratna Chandu
Genre: Drama, Romance.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«

Blurb:

What do you do when your best friend – the one person who has stood by you through thick and thin, knows you better than you know yourself, and
literally saved your life – falls in love with the same girl as you?

Avinash and Sahas, two village boys, arrive in Bangalore in search of art and in pursuit of ambition. Sahas, hardworking and nervous, antonym to his
friend, has emerged from a troubled past only to find that his future doesn’t come without encumbrances. Their friendship is the one constant in the two boys’ lives, but that is tested when they each meet Aarti – a mysterious,
compassionate, beautiful girl who captures both their imaginations and
sets their hearts aflame.

Will their passion for the same girl, and an untimely tragedy, sunder the two friends forever?

A compelling tale with twists and turns reminiscent of India’s melodramatic films, For a Girl in a Star deals with the age–old staples of young love,
heartbreak, and what it means to be a true friend.

Cover Review:

Stars are one of my most favorite cover themes. The second one is silhouettes. And this book has both of them. So there's no doubt that I loved it!

Book Review:

For a Girl In A Star is a story about friendship, love, sacrifice, hate, revenge and guilt. Basically, it has a myriad of emotions. 

The characters were perfectly created with their own personality traits and styles. The only thing that irked me was how easy it was to guess the relationship between the girls Avinash and Sahas had met. 

The story was full of twists and turns, some very welcome while others kinda weird. The part about Sahas's dad hiring men to kill Avinash seemed a little stretched to me, and the result thereof too. 

Though other than that, For a Girl in a Star was an emotion-packed read that I thoroughly enjoyed!


Buy For A Girl In A Star now:







A Tiny Bookish Survey! :)

Hiya Everyone! I'd love to know what you're looking for in a Book Blog, so I can improve myself! What kind of blogs wo...