From the Ashes of My Dreams
After coming of age, all three friends moved out of the orphanage into a flat that they shared. Naina meets Siddharth and she feels an instant connection. Her happiness had no bounds when he reciprocates her love and showered her with affection. But her joy is short lived and she was left alone and miserable as a result of a toxic relationship.archon.cardiffwomensaid.org.uk/oracle-database-10g-performance-tuning-tips.php
What follows is a second chance that life offers her to appreciate the beautiful gift that life is before threatening once again , to take it all away, this time for good. She is adored by everyone and is somehow given a preference over everyone. She never believed that people can have malicious intentions.
Kusum is shown a very passionate and driven character. But she was very jealous of Naina and she tries to manipulate her and those around her in order to get what she wants. The character development is weak and there are no major subplots.
The characters are shown somewhat stereotypical but with redeeming qualities. There are not very complex characters and their behavior is somewhat predictable. There is a heavy influence of Bollywood on stereotypical behavior and story line. Language is fairly easy for a beginner and descriptive.
A seasoned reader might find it monotonous due to simple language.
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The story is a little dramatized at few places. There are good quotations and phrases as well but personally I felt the language could have been a little sophisticated. The narrators express their thoughts and expressions in the form of inner monologue and stream of consciousness. They are saved but develop a chronic health condition which leaves them with just a few months to live.
In this time, they discover the other side of life and they fall in love with the amazing gift of God called life. The story I would say is not unique but definitely engaging. The cover and illustration of the book is absolutely breathtaking. I love books with black covers and this one is one of the prettiest book I own. The illustration on the front cover is of a woman who appears to be raising out of the ashes towards the dreams. Community Reviews.
Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jan 07, Megan Villeneuve rated it it was amazing. He definitely gives an in depth and honest view of his journey. His humour and his families strength shows throughout the book. A MUST read, in my opinion.
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Apr 07, Jerry Cranford rated it it was amazing. But after his own body-shattering experience, Ed Smith has created one. This book is at once painful and joyous, angry and tender, tremendously moving and uproariously funny. A worthwhile read, indeed. Ed Smith went to family, the tribe, religion, writing, friends, and a sense of humour. It is a hymn of hope, a song of family and love. Apr 16, Meghan rated it it was amazing. I found Ed Smith words so motivational and inspirational. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Ed Smith. Ed Smith.
Edward Thomas "Ed" Smith is an English author and journalist, former professional cricketer, and cricket commentator. Prematurely retiring from professional cricket due to injury in , at the age of just 31, he became an author and journalist.
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