Book Review : Tara by Anshu Bhojnagarwala

Title of the Book : Tara

Author : Anshu Bhojnagarwala

Published on Blogchatter Ebook carnival, Season 3

Tara is written by blogger and author Anshu Bhojnagarwala. This was the 1st book I read out of the 55 books uploaded in the Blogchatter Ebook Carnival. What attracted me towards the book was it’s cover. The face hidden by flowing hair.

Tara, the protagonist is a strong and independent girl and has a like-able personality. However she has a bad breakup and fails to accept her husband. She is stuck in her past, and gets a chance to relive that when she meets her ex lover. She is at crossroads. Whom will she choose?

The author has shown Tara to be a bold girl, who has leadership qualities. She is completely devoted to her cause right from the start when she is shown as the most loved teacher.

However, as the story progresses the author has nicely brought out that how being stuck in her past she has spoiled her present.

The book is written in an easy language and subtly touches various ills of our society, like color discrimination, girl being a burden for parents and so on.

The take home message however, is that we should never let our yesterday spoil our today.

Overall an enjoyable read.

The book can be downloaded free for a limited time.

Tara

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