Life is one ironic mishap we as human beings inevitably stumble upon for what else is there to do except an effort that we all lead in hope of some identity, some love, some grace, some life and some death.
Author- Kavya Sharma
Publisher- StoryMirror Infotech Pvt. Ltd
To Naddiyaa by Kavya Sharma is a beautiful story of Naadiya and Durjoy. The story of Unrequited love, Hope and Letters. Naadiya who is married to Durjoy, loves his brother Pranoy. How their life takes turns when Naddiyaa finds letters by Durjoy from her son Iman. What happens next is a mystery.
It’s a Matured Love story with an interesting plot. The First few pages are a bit tedious but later the story takes grip and its beautiful. It has lots of twist and turns, drama making it more appealing.
The narration of the story is engaging lending credibility to the story. It’s appealing and up to the point. There are certain poems which again makes the story beautiful.
The pace of the story is a bit slow and heavy. The flow of the story is smooth. I loved the way the author portrayed each and every character. The character development is concrete and appealing.
Various themes like Love, relationship, friendship are used by the author. There’s Drama, dialogues and the sequence of events keeps the reader invested in. The language used by the author is simple and interesting. The writing style of the author is engaging and connecting. The author Expressed each and emotions beautifully.
This book will make you think about your relationships, about Love.
If you like reading Love stories, Do not miss this one. A well-developed story with an interesting plot.
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It isn’t very hard to fall madly in love with your own wife and even though Durjoy was deeply embedded to this reality and the one his father imposed on him since his childhood, Nadia was already a part of another one. While Durjoy grew as the mad child of the misty hills, close to poetry and his mother, Nadia was the traditional, internally strong-headed woman of a motherless home. None of them revolted each other’s love and yet they ended up crossing each other at a threshold there was no coming back from.
The story captures an endless wait on a mad lover’s part and his wife’s failed realization of the same. A series of attempts, hidden letters, awkward emotions and grave family secrets end into a loveless insanity behind the bars of a mental asylum Nadia and Durjoy share their fate in. What follows is a flashback they wish they could go back to, what’s left, is a longing and a life, without each other.
To Naddiyaa is a Y/A women’s fiction.