Author-: Rukhshan Ur Rahman
Ayaan never knew what his tryst with life would give him. It gave him a dainty damsel Simran, with whom he shares his heart. Sooner turmoil breaks in. A contrast between them plays the evil. They have a truth to fight when they later meet. Their fight is a mere dictation which destiny voices in their lives.
The Dictation of Destiny is beyond love, poetry, romance and addictions. It’s a part of one’s unsaid heart.
One of my friend suggested this book to me as the author is from her college. So I grabbed this book with my coffee and started reading it. I can’t say it’s a quick read but still I hardly take this away from me.
To start with what attracted me towards this book were its cover and the unique yet simple name of the novel. This book has that potential to take you to the eternity of love. This book defines perfectly the definition of love, religion barrier, destiny and the consequences of turmoil. The plot has a backdrop of Odisha and the story is about their love which fall test to everything.
The characters are pretty strong; the male protagonist Ayan is a sober and caring personality, who can wait for his love and deeply believe in commitment. You have to complete the book to understand the female protagonist simran. I liked akruti (Ayan’s close friend) though her parts were little.
Rukhshan Ur Rahman is a promising author. He writes this book in a poetic manner and after each chapter he provides a poem. The last two chapters are my favourite. Some of his lines that win my heart
"For the moment I smiled and looked for her, but she was gone, lost in the allusion of a deserted flight, I cried, I screamed, I squalled out loud, But nothing of her being was traced nor found. She infringed my feelings and poisoned my love; She shattered my beats with the curse of lone."
I have to be honest with my review; there are some things which I don’t like. First the length of the book should be little less. Second the story is dragged a little in the middle portion so may be some reader lost their interest. If the above cases would be taken care then it would be a much better book.
This book is about a contemplating love story, mesmerizing path, astonishing characters and some inspiration from day today life. I will recommend this book to those who are believer of love and to those who believe in mushy love.
I will give 3 out of 5 stars.
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About the Author-:
Rukhshan Ur Rahman born to a family in cuttack, he has a passion for writing and has penned many poems and short stories in his pastime.
The Dictation of Destiny is his debut novel. He is currently pursuing his B.Tech at Silicon Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar.
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