Cover Page of the Paperback Version
A drop of you is a story of three characters namely, Karma, Diana and Ghazal who are in love with each other forming a cliched love triangle plot. The story begins with the introduction of Karma and Ghazal in a party with their friends, revealing how they met later on as you would flip through the pages.
Diana’s character then comes into the picture, she and Karma are inseparable childhood friends. Karma is the only family Diana has considering her parents aren’t with her anymore. She has loved Karma since childhood and her love for him grows with each year passing.
On the contrary, Karma is falling in love with Ghazal as they get to know each other better, the endless phone conversations and meetings makes them to decide to finally move in together. Living with the one you love under one roof 24*7 makes your bond stronger as you gather knowledge about the person’s true beliefs, habits, personality and many such things.
But if I say that a small streak of doubt can ruin a beautiful relationship forever, would you believe me? Or can you say that Love is forever? or Can you love someone even when they aren’t with you anymore?
I found the description of the heartfelt emotions is much stretched in this book rather emphasis given on the story itself. However, the chapters are intimately tied with romantic poetry inclusive of the mesmerizing handwritten letters that provide a more personal touch to the narrative. Also, the handwriting is very likeable.
I personally liked the cover page as it nicely depicts the ultimate essence of the storyline resonating with the title of the book. I found a few poems to be very relatable and would strongly recommend this book to all the poetry lovers just as I am.
However, in my opinion, this book is far-fetched from the nuances of a perfect love triangle storyline and more on direct lines of a beautiful garland made of delightful beads of poetry on love.
A drop of you by Krishna Chhetri is a book for people who genuinely love and feel each emotion deeply. This one is absolutely perfect for a light read on a lazy cozy weekend.
I would like to give a 2.5-star rating out of 5 for this one.
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