Two men; two personalities; two slants of love; one destiny. Roy’s tender heart is on a quest to find the holy grail of mankind true love. But, the soft echo of feisty Monica’s whispering words remember, remember, the sixth of September will change everything, raining mayhem on him and everyone he touches.
Shammi, a serial monogamist, thinks love is an urban myth a ridiculous creation of the feeble hearts. As awe-inspiring beautiful Sona brisks through his life, the sublime aura of her love brews a raging battle within him. A battle between his objectivity and his heart.
Smothered by the haunting causality of love, Shammi’s life spirals down a path of retribution against his own demons and Roy’s life is sunk in a deluge of inexplicable state of affairs. Facing imminent danger and running out of options, Roy suddenly finds himself cornered and isolated. Roy’s only glimmer of hope is by helping Shammi pull out of the dark tunnels of his inner demons; transforming his retribution into redemption; healing his agony with hope; and swapping his wretchedness with swagger … the swagger of love.
Punk Sunk Love, the name itself is an interesting one there… gave me layers to uncover through its plot and characters. Through the lives of Shammi and Roy , two entirely different characters yet so similar in the way life plays with them. It tells you about the ups and downs that you, yourself invite into your life directly or indirectly, the balance you have to maintain in you of the white and black scale.
I found Punk Sunk Love a treat with tints of suspense and the feel of thrill it served. I found the characters to be real, i felt their feelings, i was able to see them inside and out , their shades and layers. The writer effectively explored the characters and their situations to come up with a brilliant plot. It held everything that i wanted in a book… drama, suspense, romance, thrill, emotions… in right amounts.
I dont think the book cover efficiently conveys the best impression of whats inside! Weaving of words and the style of writing could have been deeper and better. A little more care in keeping the level of the story a rising curve would do good.
I would rate this book 4.5/5 and suggest it to my readers… this one will delight you!
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About the Author:
Dhirendra Tiwari began his journey as a writer some twenty-five years ago and some twenty-thousand feet above the ground at the Scindia School, also where he finished his basic education. He finished his Engineering in Mumbai and Master’s in Science from Houston, Texas. He is currently settled in New Jersey with his wife and son.