Saturday, 30 December 2017

#BookReview: The Woman Who Saw The Future by Amit Sharma


Title: The Woman Who Saw the Future 
Author: Amit Sharma
Publisher: Readomania
Published on: 18th November 2017
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 276
ISBN: 9789385854552


Sapna Vaid has lived with a unique power for a decade; a power that turned her from a timid, wide-eyed, college-going girl into the most influential and powerful Goddess on Earth.Sapna can see the future and saves thousands of people around the world every year through her record-breaking, popular show ‘Lucky People’. The show had given Sapna’s life a meaning and gives her the courage to sleep every night, where death and blood await her in her dreams. 
Even though the world is at her feet, the power costs Sapna her personal life. Broken relationships and separation from her son bring her unbearable pain. Her parents and the thousands of prayers that come her way every year are her only solace, her only reason to live.
When a blinding hatred leads to a desperate act of revenge, a single misuse of her great power triggers a reversal of her fortunes. Sapna begins to lose her ability to see the future.Now she must decide the path she has to take to preserve her unique gift and her fame, even if it turns her into a murderer on the brink of insanity.


The cover page of the book is very simple and decent in white colour which is very eye catchy. The cover has an image of an eye which is the future and inside that eye is the picture of a woman who can see it. Thus, the cover page is very much relevant to the story. The title of the story is written in capitals and specially highlighting the WOMAN in red colour to give an emphasis on it. Overall, a nice and a simple cover page. 


The Woman Who Saw The Future by Amit Sharma is one of the most interesting book that I have read in the year 2017. It is a page turner which made me stick to my reading corner till I completed reading it. 
The book has a really tightly bounded plot written in a simple and a fluent way making it a very intriguing. It is written from the different perspectives of the characters which is very unique and the characterization of the book is very well developed and very relate able. 
I really liked the concept of Diary entries which the author has written for Sapna's character. The story is set in the capital city of India i.e. Delhi. The various events in the book whether the documentary or the dreams that Sapna saw are very well described. I was very much keen on reading this book after reading the blurb and I enjoyed reading this book thoroughly.
In the story the author has conveniently conveyed about that one actually doesn't knows what the future holds for us. The way the change is portrayed in the story that a simple middle class girl becomes famous and wealthy which changes her completely and ego which is a small word but is of a great value and how it affects her loved ones. 
The book is written in a very nice manner that made me even feel the different emotions such as of pain, happiness and others. At various points, I cried because the words had so much power. Till the end, the author has maintained the central theme and the story can be visualized by the reader very well.  The ending of the book is written very nicely and cleverly which was also filled with suspense.
Overall, the book is very much engaging and it covers various themes from family, pain, fame etc. I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend this book to everyone if you want to read a book filled with suspense.

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Amit   Sharma

Amit Sharma is an IT slave since the last twelve years. He lives with his family in NCR but his work does take him to foreign lands. His first fiction book, False Ceilings, a family saga spanning one hundred and thirty years, was published by Lifi Publications in 2016. The book generated many good reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. His hobbies include reading, watching world cinema, travelling, listening to music, painting, blogging, making his daughter laugh and helping his wife.
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 *I received a free copy of the book from Writersmelon in exchange of an honest and an unbiased review.

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