Monday, 22 August 2016


The Colour of Love: Trumpets and bugles, there was music all over...

Book Blurb:
Sarfaraz is brought up with a good value system by his devoted parents. With time, curiosity and adolescent growth pangs take him through many experiences. His first brush with girls starts with a friend, and slowly meanders into casual flirtatious affairs with girls at college. 

All through it, he realises that none of them have his undying, true love. A time comes when he realises who he truly loves, and in the midst of it all, he handles brutal enmity and takes on vile characters that misbehave with his friends. 

Sarfaraz's grows up in Coimbatore when there occur a series of bomb blasts. His identity is called in question, as his status as a Muslim makes people see him as an enemy. He loses something precious in the blasts and leaves to Sharjah, only for life to find him and surprise him.

My Review:

"The Colour Of Love" is the second book by Jagdish Joghee. After reading the book "In love and free", I had set my expectation for this book and Jagdish exceeded it. I'm falling for this author's work. The language of this book is simple but it has its unique way to keep you glued. After some chapters you'll feel strongly connected to the protagonists.

All the characters are well developed and the author didn't exaggerate any scene. I'm mesmerized not only by the narration of this book but also by all the chapters. I'm looking forward to read more from the author.

There's nothing I found not likable apart from the length of the book. I wished to read more but it ended too soon. I must say this book has touched my soul.

This is a perfect book for avid teenage fiction readers. I'll  give it 4 out of 5 stars for its wonderful binding of love, romance, sentiments, twists and turns.

About The Author:
Born and brought up in the beautiful hill town of Coonoor in Nilgiris, Jagdish Joghee has always been attracted to the hills and the forests. Growing up in the midst of serenity, Jagdish had enough inspiration to write short poems during his school days. He now lives in the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu where he works for a leading global information technology services company.

His passion for writing started early during his school days. Being a closet writer, Jagdish’s writing was initially confined to journals and scrapbooks. He could not pursue his dream of becoming a journalist when he started working in the IT enabled services industry. Jagdish is an active blogger and writes on issues that have a social impact, apart from reviewing Indian movies. 


Note: I received this book in exchange of an honest review.

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