Author- Harsh Pande
‘Hiccups’ by Harsh Pande is a heart throbing story of a guy and the story revolves around his relationship with his mother and beloved.Author’s consummate is lucidly shown.As the caption says-‘a love story with a difference’.Its not just another love story you will find in every next book, it is an exceptional love story with a difference.
As the blurb goes,’A love story with a difference.You came into my life and changed everything forever.Before you walked into my life, all I did was survive…you made me rediscover what it means to be alive.
HICCUPS is a tender love story that leaves you with a happy feeling. The story revolves around the life of the protagonist, how he struggles through life as a student taking care of his mother; paying for his engineering expenses with scholarships and awards. Enclosed in a wall of priorities doing well in his studies was paramount to him. What transpires when he meets a beautiful, witty and intelligent girl with a penchant for the good things in life?
Destiny brings the two of them together under the unlikeliest of circumstances. What follows is a fascinating journey that will change their lives forever.
‘Hiccups’ ,an inviting and luring title chosen is suitable for the book, as the book focuses on the conflicts that arisses in the path of life of the protagonist.Despite of all the hiccups occuring in the characters of the plot, the author mould the characters and plot in such a way that it comes out in an inspirational way.Inquistive start of the story and splendid end.This book is loaded with variety of emotions and very artistically and handsomely potrayed.
Blithesome writing style and beautiful plot makes this book a wonderful reading pack. It not only holds the essence of love story but it also encorporated with a flavour of mother-son relationship.I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.It was a charming pleasure to come across this book and an enticing reading tour accompained with beautiful characters.For all romance readers,a must read book it is.This book is indeed a handsome book.
Reviewed by Shweta Kesari