So I got messaged on Facebook and asked if I wanted to do a book review. I would get an e-copy of the book and in return I would give a review about it.
So the back story of the book, its a story about love, long and coming of age in the idealistic India of the late 1960s, Harp follows three protagonists—a young man searching for himself in a Europe-less-travelled; a girl from whom music is the ultimate calling; and a woman who loved and lost much before she was able to comprehend the meaning of either. In the zeitgeist setting of the 60s, Harp narrates a story about the journeys humans feel compelled to make, often across the globe, to fulfil that most private of quests — to figure out their own true identity.
Moving through India, Europe and USA, Harp takes its reader through the cultural, sexual, student revolution that was India in the sixties, witnessed by three very different young sets of eyes, each of whom are figuring out for themselves the meaning of life itself.
I didn’t write that bit, it was taken from the email I received and thought it would be much better then what I could write.
Now what I can tell you, my e-copy was really difficult to read. I don’t know whether it was the lay out or that my PDF reader is totally wank. Either way I only got as far as the 7th chapter.
Now it probably would be a great romantic story, but as you are aware. I really cannot stand romance stories and I tried so hard to read it but I just couldn’t get past the 7th chapter.
If you are however interested in romance happening between Asia and Europe please check out the book. You might be able to write something far better then I could.
To get a copy of the book click here .
I’m sorry wonderful person who contacted me but it really wasn’t my thing 😦