The Fragile Thread of Hope by Pankaj Giri

The Fragile Thread of Hope

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

To begin with, I would like to thank Mr. Pankaj Giri for sharing his wonderful work with me in exchange for a honest review

The Fragile Thread of Hope is an outstanding effort. Becoz this genre is not something that I normally pick, I was a trifle skeptical in accepting to read this. But I think the author has definitely manged to write a story and grab the attention of the reader.

Two scarred and beaten souls find love and solace in this inspirational story of “never losing hope”. Fiona and Soham have had their share of tragedies in their life and most readers, am sure, will feel connected to this grief of facing Life. Soham is a lovable and kind person but in most ways very weak in character and Fiona having suffered a single incident of abuse in her childhood, forever views the world thru the dark glasses perched on her eyes. And as the story progresses each of them suffers some more tragedies without any respite from their loneliness and despair, finally finds love and happiness.

Overall I loved reading this book but there were parts in the book that left me bored as the descriptions and details were a little too long. Another 50 pages short, the story would have been more impressive. And ofcoz enjoyed reading that RCB won:-)

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