Book Review

Book Review: The Tyranny of Love, Life and Destiny by Anitha

BLURB
A dynamic, intelligent, highly ambitious woman, sets out to make a mark in a man’s world. She is the first woman in her organization to enter the technical domain, she not only excels in her chosen field, she also breaks an egotist mindset of one of her senior colleague. She gets caught in the politics at work, despite her excellent track record and major accomplishments in some of the path-breaking technological aspects, she becomes vulnerable and defeated. In her personal life, she is unable to make her own decisions; she is constantly nagged by her parents and limited by their choices. She wants freedom, she wants to chase her dreams and fulfill the promises she made to herself and to her loving uncle but she accepts defeat tired of fighting……
Does she give up? Would she end up in oblivion? Can she do nothing at all? Read on to find out more……….her battle, her love and her success.

REVIEW

Cover: 4/5
Title: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5
Plot: 4/5

Final Rating: 4/5

The image used for the Cover of the novel looks beautiful. It was the title that made me pick the Book, “Tyranny of Love, Life and Destiny”. I found this novel quite an interesting tale of love, life and destiny as suggested by the Title. The blurb was crispy, and left no stone unturned to make me read this novel.

The Cover, the title and the Blurb all together suggested the plot of the novel, it is indeed the story of a girl and her fight with the world for her dreams.

But what was the role of Destiny in her fight, that you will discover when you pick this amazing novel. I was pleased to pick this Novel, as I was on the verge of the Climax. This story made me realise that girls not only have to fight with the outside world, but also within their mind.

The Character has been depicted very well, they are given a lively feel, which can be related in real world. The narration too added to its charm. The Plot kept me hooked and interested throughout the story.

Looking forward to read more from the author Anitha in future.

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