Review: Never Been A Loved One

Author: Sivaranjini Ramamurthy.
Genre: General Fiction.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


If we are not loved by anyone, it doesn't mean that we will be in the same way forever. One day our life will change, we would be the special person for someone waiting out there, we would be their life, we would be their soul, we would be their breath as we wanted to be, we two halves will become one. But we should move on for that to happen in our life. This is a story of real female protogonist in an unreal story of love, pain, adventure and thrill.

Cover Review:

The cover is pretty generic, and doesn't even have the author's name on it. I'm definitely not a fan. 

Book Review:

Never Been A Loved One starts with the birth of CK—Chandra Kanth—and the death of his mother. His father, unable to bear to be with him, sends him off to live in a boarding school overseas. 

The storyline was actually pretty interesting, and I can say I'd have enjoyed the book if only the narration had been better. I couldn't get into the story at all, because there were no true feelings in it. And even if there were, the author hasn't managed to get them across to me. 

Most of the chapters read like reports, with not many dialogues. As they always tell us in writing class, we're not supposed to 'tell' the readers what's happening. We need to 'show' it to them. That's where this book lacked the most. There was more telling and almost no showing. 

All in all, I believe that the story had potential, but the narration did not.

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