Book Review - A Second Chance With Love In Corona by Abhinav Kashyap
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Book Review – A Second Chance With Love In Corona by Abhinav Kashyap

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The second book in this series that I have reviewed is “A Second Chance With Love In Corona” by Abhinav Kashyap. Read on my take on it:

Book review- A Second Chance With Love In Corona by Abhinav Kashyap 

Book Title: A Second Chance With Love In Corona

Author Name: Abhinav Kashyap 

Format: Kindle eBook

Pages: 13

Genre: Short story, fiction, romance

Rating: 3/5

 

Book Review - A Second Chance With Love In Corona by Abhinav Kashyap
Book Review – A Second Chance With Love In Corona by Abhinav Kashyap
About the Author:

Abhinav is a banker by profession, a passionate marathon runner and a blogger by interest. He has been blogging successfully for the last 3 years and has a decent organic reader base. He likes creative writing, and churning stories. His blog is about finding extraordinary stories of ordinary people in various fields like entrepreneurship, sports, creativity etc. He is also an official influencer for Decathlon for their running brand, “Kalenji”. He assists entrepreneurs, sportsperson and bloggers to promote their work and businesses without any compensation.

Plot:

A Second Chance With Love In Corona is a fictional short story of a loving couple. It is the debut book of the author. Subtly yet effectively, the author has tried to convey the message of how the lives of people especially the young couples have affected due to the novel virus. The author has tried to present the challenges, difficulties, and the insecurities the couple faces during the pandemic. Also, how they tried to turn the situation in their stride and made the most of it by staying together and positive. As it has only 13 pages, hence it makes a quick read and can be finished in a single go.

Summary:

This book is about Kabir and Kia, a newly wed couple who gets busy in their respective lives soon after returning from their honeymoon. Life happens, hectic schedules and demanding jobs keep them occupied throughout the day. They start feeling the vacuum in their lives. The couple longed for their cuddling moments and it was when the unexpected pandemic hits crashing all their vacation plans. The couple treat it as a blessing in disguise as they get to spend the entire day and night with each other. They spent quality time together, the loneliness vanished and their home and hearts were filled with love and romance once again. Their love for each other helps them sail through this tough phase. Life seemed great until an unanticipated storm hit them.

What was this new storm, were they able to cope up with it, were they managed to rediscover their lost love or not? Was the pandemic proved stronger or the couple? Without being a spoiler and answering to any of these questions, I would end my review here for you to pick up the book and get the answers on your own.

The author has used simple language in the book and the story is fast paced. The reader would be able to connect to the story because all of us are going through the same emotions and facing the same insecurities of life, finances, health and our loved ones. The chosen topic is apt given the current times. However, one round of editing, formatting and spell check is needed in the book. Also, the book ended suddenly when I expected more. The author may consider writing part 2 because the readers would be interested in knowing more about Kabir and Kia’s life.

Availability:

A Second Chance With Love In Corona is available internationally on Amazon and you can grab you copy here

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Sivaranjini. A
October 4, 2020 7:31 pm

Wow, that a sweet yet good to read the story and when you ask for part 2 I think it has done its work of being a good read.

Mayura Amarkant
October 5, 2020 7:20 am

Very interesting review! I will surely pick up Abhinav’s book and read. Loved the way you have structured your views without giving spoilers.

Radhika Acharya
October 5, 2020 12:32 pm

Had heard about this one. Happy to see the review here. Does sound interesting.

sonia dogra
October 6, 2020 8:23 am

Quite con temporary I would say. Will look around for this one.

Cindy Dsilva
October 6, 2020 10:42 am

i dont fancy books with too many grammatical errors though i would love the story. yeah abrupt endings are also a turn off at times.

Swarnali Nath
October 6, 2020 11:50 am

Just get to know about this book yesterday and what a lovely pleasure to read the review here. The story is beautiful but woven with suspense. Eagerly waiting to know more about Kabir and Kia.

Last edited 1 year ago by Swarnali Nath
Pratikshya Mishra
October 7, 2020 8:49 am

Every day now.. history is being made.. everything is so new for humanity as a whole.. it is being reflected as authors capture its essence in their works.. I too have come across many more pandemic related titles recently. Glad you liked the book..

Aditi Kapur
October 7, 2020 12:48 pm

The book looks interesting. I was already intrigued by the title, and your review has escalated my eagerness to get my hands on it:)

Harshita Nanda
Harshita Nanda
October 7, 2020 1:03 pm

The author seems to have picked up a topic which is very pertinent. Thank you for the review

Princely
October 7, 2020 7:38 pm

Interesting post.

Srishti RajeevMenda
October 7, 2020 7:59 pm

Have heard a lot about this book, your review makes it more interesting, thankfully no spoilers, That is what a good review must do, interest the reader but not go overboard.

Ishieta
October 7, 2020 9:20 pm

this short story sounds like a nice read. it is lovely to find new authors and read their fresh voices and perspectives.

Archana Srivastava
October 7, 2020 11:12 pm

Great Review by you Vartika, it pushing my curiosity to the core to know what storm the couple had been through in the book, as it is only 13 pages book, definitely going to grab it.

Hansa Kajaria
Hansa Kajaria
October 8, 2020 7:24 am

You have shared a very structured review. It seems to be an easy and light read and I would love to get and read this book.

Judy
Judy
October 10, 2020 11:31 pm

That looks a cute and quick love story book to read.. If the author is a blogger I will surely give it a read.

Kiranmayi G
October 15, 2020 8:03 am

Nice concise review.

Mayuri Nidigallu
October 24, 2020 3:46 pm

The Pandemic has been hard on all relationships. Glad that the Author chose it as the subject for his book. Your detailed and well written review tells me it would be an interesting read.

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