Messed Up! But All For Love – By Arvind Parashar

Messed Up! But All For Love - By Arvind Parashar

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Messed Up! But All For Love � Not Messed Up At All

\nMore often than not, love is surrounded by a lot of other related emotions � jealousy taking�the cake by a large margin. There is confusion, anger, self-esteem, sorrow, and so many�others doing the tango. In this melee, what remains important is if you wield enough�strength to remain positive through it all and recognize love for what it is. An attachment�so intense, it doesn�t allow you to stay away from the one you love. And this is exactly what�Arvind Parashar has shown in his book, Messed Up! But All For Love.\n

Simple, Well-Written Prose

\nDespite the heavy undercurrent, Messed Up! But All For Love is an easy, breezy read in a�lot of ways. With the intermittent sprinkling of typical Dilli-wali Hindi, the author has given�the narrative a simple spin. As I started reading, I found that there are short sentences;�sentences that are too short for my liking. But as the book progressed, these same�sentences helped in launching vivid bursts of imagination. It was as if someone was�whispering the story in my ear. I could hear myself murmuring the intonations of the�dialogue and imagining the setting, while sympathizing and empathizing with the�characters in the story.\n

What It Is All About

\nMessed Up! But All For Love is a story of love, unfortunate coincidences, jealousy, anger,�and redemption. Like the title suggests, the situations are a lot messed up. But the reason�behind all the chaos is love. As you follow Neil, Gauri, Drishti, Tom, James, Jerry, Somesh,�and Srinya�s interwoven stories, you find nothing wrong in how it is going. It just feels like�just another turn of bad luck. And then suddenly, a bunch of red flags are revealed, making�you double back and see what it was you missed.�All a reader wants from a book is that he/she be entertained or informed or both. And�Arvind Parashar makes sure to entertain the imagination of the reader with a quiet success.\n

Chinks in the Armour

\nMessed Up! But All For Love does have a few chinks � not so small that they can be�ignored, not so big as to have a huge impact on the story. I have a few complaints about inconsistent tenses, a bit of Hindi between sentences, and in a few places the narrative sways to be poetic.�Apart from these, there are no other chinks that I found and would gladly read the book all�over again, for the compelling narrative.\n\nAll in all, Messed Up! But All For Love is an easy and pleasant read when you�re in the�mood for a little PI-type sleuthing!\n\nReviewed by : Sonali Dabade\n\nAuthor(s): Arvind Parashar\nPublisher: Srishti Publishers\nRelease: May 2017\nGenre: Fiction/Romance\nBuy from�Amazon � Please use the affiliate link below & share the love!\n\n

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