Book Review: The Little Hearts by Ravi Kumar


Genre: Fiction / Romance
Publishers: Biblica Publications
Price: Rs. 195/- ( P.S: I got the book from the author for a review)

The crux of the novel is the awakening of a young innocent boy’s mind, intellect and body. His budding senses and intellect which go through a turbulent phase as he matures is brought out. This apart, some serious valid questions which troubled everyone at some point in their life are highlighted.

Behind The book

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About the author

Ravi Kumar R, a graduate from IIT Kharagpur was born and brought up in Hyderabad where he resides now. His first book ‘Unrecognized Potential’ is the story of four young friends focusing on one of them whose hope, inspiration and courage laid a road of success and opportunities for the ignorant people of a village. A thought-provoking book, grounded in breathtaking surprise realities about India, it stirred the soul of its readers.Read him HERE

Me thinks

I loved the innocence is this book that reflects throughout the story. The author has attempted to bring out the emotions at the right places in terms of what youngsters face mainly as teenagers when they are barely trying to decipher the meaning of love and life.
As I flipped through the pages I saw myself in some places and am sure many of us would connect for what we have been and where we have been at some point in our lives.
I lived the simple narrative keeping in mind the target audience making it a very light read. The author has handled the emotions part very well and yet there was something in me that kept asking for me. At some places you feel it all left loose whilst suddenly thereafter the author grabs the narrative not letting it go even for a moment. The author surely has potential and this book just reaffirms that.

Over all a decent read, which could have been more engrossing!

Foodie Verdict

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This book is like cabbage rolls - Crunchy and delicious!