Book Blurb :
Bhuj. Circa, 2001. A city wrecked by a massive earthquake.
They met after ten long years. Their hearts wrecked by the promise of togetherness that could never be.
As love tries to bloom again in the unlikeliest of places, intrigue sets in. Fleeting shadows… Hidden eyes… Mysterious deaths.
What will happen when the tremors of love collide? Will he make it to the epicentre of love? Will her heart quake?
Only Heart Quake will tell…
My Review :
A good novel must have five important elements; strong plot of the story, efficient character development, good flow of the story, language of the book and writing of the author. The plot of the story is quite strong; the main protagonists met during an earth quake in Bhuj. The book is failing a little in character development; I couldn’t relate to any of the characters. The flow of the story is fast paced; I’ve completed it in a single go. The language of the story is simple yet flawless. I had high hopes for the ending.
This is the debut novel of the author; I’ve faith in her that she’ll do her best in her next book. I liked her writing skills as well. I want to wish her luck for her next book.
I will give it 3 out of 5 stars for the plot of the story and the writing of the story. His is recommended to all romantic genre lovers.
About the author :
Ishita Deshmukh is, in many ways, a mascot for national integration! Born to Bengali and Gujarati parents, (who have a common Marathi surname) she grew up on a steady diet of Tamil culture and French literature in Puducherry. If that wasn’t enough, she is married to a Telugu bidda. She has this uncanny (and unnerving) ability to switch between six different languages in the course of a conversation.
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