A quest for spring by Monica Mujumdar Dixit


Raehan and Amolika come from two very different worlds. And for the time that their worlds overlap and stick to one path, life seems beautiful. Between projects at college and hanging out with friends, the two of them come to a startling revelation that involves a bond of love between them.
Unbeknownst to the both of them, there lies a leviathan of espionage that eventually consumes the bond they share, driving them apart by force.
Sixteen years pass, when fate decides to rekindle their bond – only this time, the challenges are exacerbated by the unresolved baggage of the past. Do the two of them find each other? Does the dull, grey, long-standing spell of winter rise to give way to spring?

My views

The story of Raehan and Amolika. These two have polls apart personality, Amolika is bubbly and mature while the boy is shy.

The characters written by the author are well thought. The plot is also good. Also, the other characters are given equal importance.

The only thing that annoyed me was the grammer. Too many exclamation marks, editing needs work.

Also, 400 pages for a love story is too draggy for me.


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