Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Review for the book Love @ Airforce written by Gaurav Sharma

My review for the book Love at Air Force written by Gaurav Sharma

Book: Love @ Air Force
Author: Gaurav Sharma
Publisher: Blackbuck Publication
Genre: Romantic Fiction
Ratings: 3.5/5
ISBN: 9781630416287
Number of Pages: 287
INR: 150

Its an excellent work from an debut novel. A very nice and humours book on love, which held on Air Force. I didn’t know but may be because of the Author’s surname Sharma all the lead characters of this book are starting with the “S”. As Gaurav Sharma is from defence background we can get through the book how exactly people live in air force environment. The cadre of different Officers is very well described in the book.
The love story of Shabd is beautifully portrayed in the book, the reunion of friends. The married life of Sushil is very well described, small strings of frustration in married life of Sushil is extremely true in this today’s cut throat competition. Overall it has a great story and i can safely say that you will not regret buying this book.

Some of the catchy lines :

  • Love is not about the body, it is about soul.  Page no 28
  • Love is a pursuit of the heart and not of the brain. The heart is a sage who seeks pleasure in salvation while the brain is a trader who seeks prosperity.  Page no 63
  • Why does a man have to marry a woman who enslaves him for the rest of the life. Page no 138
  • When a person, has one peg, he remains a man. When he has the second, he becomes a lion, when he takes the third, he becomes a barking dog, and after that, he becomes a pig. Page no 145
  • I remained captivated in the prison of my own complexes and wasted time in just repenting for what I had lost and never valued what I had.  Page no 161
  • Imagination is always more beautiful than reality. Page no 224
  • It is always better to have a life partner who loves you rather than the one whom you love. Page no 225
  • As a teen-ager, we yearn to get older and become adults but when we reach that age we regret for the past. Page no 234

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