Letters to her by Ketan Kalantri and Her

51L66DF1c+L._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgI received the book Letters to her by Ketan Kalantri and Her as a review copy from the publisher and would like to thank them for the same. The book has six parts and the author has labelled them as 1st letter and so on.

The blurb:

“Karan, a very shy and an average-looking guy, falls in love with an angelic beauty, Ziya. With Ziya as an inspiration in his life, he discovers the writer in himself. Karan writes letters based on his ongoing life and his experiences with Ziya, and he sends each of these letters to her after he completes writing it. Through these letters, he expresses his love for her. Will Ziya fall in love with Karan because of these letters? Will she ever write back a letter to him?”

The story:

Karan, a boy from a small town in Maharashtra, is a Hanuman devotee. He vows never to get married until he sees Ziya, when he is a student of class 12 and she is studying in the tenth standard. What follows is how he tries to woo her. And does he succeed?

My take:

The author has written the book in the form of letters wherein his experience and exact feelings for her have been captured. He writes that writing those instances made him think about her more and more. The letters have been dated and sent as email to her. The letters seem to have been written straight from the heart and the chronology is almost maintained in the book, like a diary. the book also mentions how he thinks that these letters sent to her as email would help her realise his love for her.

My favourite part was when Karan is in conversation with virtual Ziya. The language used is simple and some incidences in the book have been described well.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book from the publisher in return for my honest review. I have NOT received any monetary compensation for the same.

Buying link for the book: http://www.amazon.in/Letters-Her-Ketan-Kalantri/dp/9352015878/


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