Review of “You Never Know: sometimes love can drag you through hell” by Akash verma

Title: You Never Know 

Subtitle: sometimes love can drag you through hell 

Author: Akash verma 

Book length: 240 pages

Publisher: Penguin random house India.

Verdict:

A story so intense that you can’t put it down. 

Blurb:

There will be times when you feel you have the best relationship, ever There will be times when it will be the worst that has happened to you There will be times when you know you are getting into something terrible; something that will not stop till it destroys you And yet . . . You will be pulled into it so inextricably, unstoppably . . . Dhruv knew Anuradha was his true love. So, despite being married with kids, he still went ahead with their affair. He hid it from his wife and his colleagues. He told lies so he could be with her-it was that amazing! But he couldn’t save himself from the dark secret she was keeping. It pulled him into a vortex of danger so deep that he lost all he had. It happened to him and if you think it can’t happen to you-think again.

Review: You never know: sometimes love can drag you through hell by Akash verma is a Romantic thriller which involves 3 protagonist Dhruv his wife shalini and the girl whom he loves anuradha. It is a kind of love triangle story but Dhruv is married to shalini and he is in love with anuradha. 

The story moves and so as the attraction of Dhruv towards anuradha without knowing its consequences that where is he leading towards? where this love will take him?  To find this out you will have to read the novel I am not going to leak any suspense or twist here. 

The cover,  title and blurb will make you go for it and for sure you can give it a read if you love romantic thrillers. The narration is smooth and fast paced with proper language and editing. It could have been a little more unpredictable but it is better then the author’s  previous works. 

Ratings:

Title:5/5

Cover:5/5

Blurb:4/5

Story:3/5

Language:4/5

Narration:4/5

Overall I will rate it 4/5 stars.

Thank you writersmelon.com for providing a copy  in exchange of a honest review.

Link to buy: 

You Never know 

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