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Book Review: 'Before I Met You' is about a young girl's dilemma in life, torn between the mother and the lover

Book Review: 'Before I Met You' is about a young girl's dilemma in life, torn between the mother and the lover

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Feb 2020, 11:17 am

Sumeidha Iyer, through her book 'Before I Met You', has knitted a beautiful story about Amaya, the central character.

From the initial chapters itself the readers are introduced to this character.

Gradually as the story unfolds, various facets of Amaya are exposed, and the readers come to know many things about her.

The author's portrayal of Amaya's life’s journey is really beautiful and encouraging.

One can feel the joy of this character since it is so lively and relatable.

Divided into several chapters, 'Before I Met You' has been written in a lucid and simple style which the readers will enjoy to a great extent.

The descriptions by the author regarding Amaya and other characters, the shifts in emotions are worth mentioning.

What is so unusual about Amaya’s life? How life treats her? Can she find happiness in life?

These are some of the questions which will arise in every reader's mind and they need to explore the entire book to get the answers.

Several forms of relationships, the problems and all the hurdles have been mentioned in this book.

The language usage is very simple to understand hence anyone can read it at any time and have a satisfactory experience.

Those who are willing to read a simple yet interesting book, you know which book to read now!

(Reviewed by Sayantani Sengupta)