Book Name: A Silent Promise
Author: Namrata Gupta
Genre- Romance Tragedy
“It is about two individuals being fascinated by each other, two souls understanding each other, and two human beings admiring each other…”
The book is about the journey of an eighteen year old college fresher, Avantika Sareen, who has faced a lot of emotional trouble in the past and is initially unable to keep up with it. Through a series of trials and tribulations, happiness and sorrows, unexpected events and mundane conversations, she regains a sense of who she is and what it means to be alive.
Avantika comes across a person in her life who makes her see what life is in the true sense, in her professor, Keith Joseph. Keith Joseph suffers from a minor leg difficulty, which makes him walk with a limp. Avantika finds an unusual companion in him, who makes her realise that there is much greater happiness and sadness in the world than her own. Amidst all this, she is troubled by a nightmare which comes to haunt her over and over. She wishes it away, but cannot. Finally, on the day she experiences some of the most beautiful moments of her life, destiny lays bare a cruel plan. Avantika is left to question humanity, raises questions on the notions prevalent in society to turn them upside down and eventually seeks solace in fulfilling the promise she has made to Keith.
The book captures the journey of the young girl as she grows into an individual who looks at life with all its different aspects and realises what her purpose is. She perseveres to make a positive impact in the lives of young children and fight to save humanity, through small acts of kindness.
Why read the book:
‘A Silent Promise’ offers an alternate view on constructed notions about societal norms and make us question humanity through the eyes of an eighteen year old college fresher. The book engages the readers in an absorbing journey of growth of a young individual through betrayal, trials and tribulations, soul-searching, introspection, to be engrossed in a similar heart-searching endeavour.
The book makes the readers a witness to the life of differently abled. It turns the deep seated notions upside down to make the readers see humanity in a new form and raises the question if humanity can be restored through our small acts of kindness?
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About the Author:
Namrata Gupta has a master’s degree in management from LBSIM, Delhi. A literature graduate from Hans Raj College, she writes content for websites and blogs regularly and wants to make an immutable influence on the minds of the readers through her writing. She loves travelling and exploring new things. She can be reached out on http://www.instagram.com/namrata511