Author – Rishabh Puri
Book – Flying Without Wings
Publisher – Black Ink
Ratings – 3.5/5
When I first read the synopsis I was little skeptic thinking that it would be the same cliche story about a rich man meeting a poor woman and falling in love but as I read further and probed deeper in to the world of Karan and Milli (the protagonists) I got much more than the simple cliche story.
Flying Without Wings is the love story of Karan Singhania and Milli Bajwa living in totally different world but being similar in many ways. The story is about hopes and dreams and through Karan and Milli’s journey we explore it again and again making it a story one can read when feeling hopeless or having a really bad day. I liked how the characters are introduced in a way that will provide readers an insight about the characters life, how the story is slowly devloped providing enough background information for readers to grasp and making the work of fiction an interesting read.
What surprised or interested me the most was the level of optimism shown in the story which has this ability to even make a reader feel hopeful and what disappointed me was this need for more information than given but may be that’s just me being a lover of full-length novels rather than short ones.
Overall, it’s a nice short love story woven with hope and power of love. I would recommend this book to any one who needs a little more hope and sunshine in their life and ultimately the courage to ‘Fly Without Wings’.
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I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for an honest and unbiased review.