The Heaviest brick by Avinash Dubey


“If love entails sacrifice, then its story becomes eternal.”

THE HEAVIEST BRICK is one such tale of Abhimanyu Kaul, who wrote his life’s love story in a diary when he was in his teens. His meandering life took a sudden turn leaving its pages blank. The teen turned into a brave soldier as he joined Indian Army and voluntarily chose Ratankot as his preferred posting. The highly sensitive army base was recently declared a red zone owing to incessant terrorist intrusion. While there is lost love to reconcile, duty summons him too.

Will he be able to cope?

My views

The story starts with Abhimanyu, taking part in an athletic event, where he is attacked by 2 men disguised in Army uniforms.

Avijit, a colleague of Abhimanyu,gets his diary and their is a mention about a girl named, Alisha.

The book has lots of interesting twist and I really would like to appreciate the author to have written a very plot which he wrote to the point with no cliche drama.

The narration is good, the book is a page turner with good pace.

Editing needed a bit more work.

Overall, a unique plot.

Rating -3.5/5


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