A heritage of a book and paper flower.
You can escape the city of death, but not death itself.
Firstly, I loved the title and the cover of the book, and yes the blurb tells many things about what the story could be. The story revolves around Choti, Chintu, Anarkali, Rekha and Noor. The backdrop of Varanasi is Fascinating. The plot of the story is super interesting with lots of twists. The writing style of the author is captivating. One will easily connect with the book from the very first page. The narration of the story is crisp and engaging. This book is a page-turner book with the elements of Suspense, revenge, pity, hate, Love, friendship and Justice. The pace and the flow of the story is smooth and easy. The language used by the author is simple and easy. The story has its own depth.
The characters that the author made amazing. Each of them had their own importance in the story. I loved Choti’s and Rekha’s Character the most, and Noor’s character was just mind-blowing. Each of the characters had their own personality and added charm to the story. Choti’s character, her maturity, the way of thinking and her bubbly nature touched my heart. The Story as proceeds becomes more interesting. The climax of the story is awesome.
This book is a gem, with the strong plot, wonderful characters and crisp narration. Each one of you must read this book.
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*** I received the copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for honest and Unbiased review***
Can the city of the dead also outlast the rest of extant civilization? Can a vast number of its women in white really remember the meaning of color? Can a foundling from a garbage dump pay homage to a corpse in the joyous pinks and reds of Holi?
Some say, those can only happen in Varanasi.
Now a major motion picture.