Review of Heart Of Bullets

Title: Heart of Bullets

 

 

Author: Nikhil Kushwaha

 

 

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Blurb : ‘The only way to get close to those glittering stars in heaven is, to look at a soldier with stars on his shoulders’ Every time, they’re around, the thing that we see is the bravery awards, medals, the pride, but what we can’t see is their heart that lies inside the iron chest, some untold stories, sacrifices, and the hardship they’ve been through. Every soldier has a story that is unique and extra ordinary.

 

A tale of brotherhood & heroism, a tale of love & betrayal, ‘Heart of Bullets’, is about two best friends, Arpan & Sam, and the untold story of their friendship, untold story of their love, Shradha, but what happens when Sam gets hit by the enemy – across the border?

 

What will Arpan do to save his friend? Will love prevail over friendship of lifetime?

 

There is a decision to be made, is the life without love, and friends, better than dying to save the one we love the most?

 

 

My View: ‘Love Triangle’ – so many stories have been written, so many stories have been heard and so many stories have been watched.Love triangle is an old concept and when I came to know that Heart of Bullets is one another story based on Love Triangle,I was not sure as this story would have something worthy of my time devoted to it.Many would get the same thought, but to clear your misconception I propose a one line statement- ‘A love triangle with a traditional touch to it.’

 

 

Author while narrating the story feeds reader with his perception about some selected topics,about the nation,women power,love and many more.These content doesn’t play any major role in the completion of the story,but when they eliminated from the story and read as an individual they surely have something to knock reader’s mind.Also,they act as an hindrance in the flow of the story,but one soon travel on the track as the next episode appears.The way he shares his thoughts about such topics shows his art of dealing with words.

 

 

The one-liners he used are very impressive.They speak of humour and fun, and at times leave you with no option but to smile.Some of the thoughts he shared in this book makes a lasting impact on reader, he carved words in such a manner that it would sooth reader’s heart at regular intervals.His words has intensity to reach to reader’s heart, what needed is the manner in which it should be presented.

 

 

The real fun starts when he rolled the pages of past life.The story-line is quite common in nature, the episodes it accumulates also doesn’t have something very different taste to offer to readers, but for the one who likes traditional touch may like the story.The story even after having a common plot, delights reader except the time when unnecessary and over-stretched content takes place.Apart from the uninvited content, what act as the hindrance in the flow of the story is editing loopholes.

 

 

The climax of the story is really touchy, when you are about to take the final steps, you would definitely feel your heart attached to it, and feel connected to the emotions of the protagonist.Apart from being touchy, the climax of the story also make the story a bit dramatic, for some it might be hard to relate with it, but for one who could easily flow in the pool of emotions, would feel engaged to it.

 

 

Rating: 2.9/5

 

 

Reviewer : Shweta Kesari

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