A Book Review of Adiana Ray’s Rapid Fall
First of all,let me thank Indireads for providing such a calorie free book,and their innovative approach to kill piracy.Secondly the book is cute,because Ray is appreciative to its little Toshiba Laptop(how sweet of her… 😀 ).
Adiana Ray’s Rapid Fall can be described as a three hour Bollywood Masala Flick(cinema is just a visual literature),it has got romance,sense of adventure,smart hunk,a leggy beauty and a crunchy narrative. Rapid Fall is like a strain free reading because the lingua franca is colloquial, the characters are earthy, they speak without any kind of literary humdrums.But beneath its simple layer,there lies some thing else-the greasy corporate life.Adiana Ray very finely provides a hint about the cons of corporate lives.These employers work hard,stay smart,party harder but somewhere down the lane they fail to communicate with their partners(due to work pressure),which results in broken relationships. Achievement some times come with price tag.
Since the name is Rapid Fall,the story is also a rapid one,the boy girl meets,incidents are there,the setting changes and soon reaches the climax…just like the title, everything is like a rapid fire. The situational fling..the character development..every thing is like a hulabaloo..but never a forced one..and that is the beauty of the book.We have so many literary devices to comment something negative about a particular city,so direct comment like ‘Big bad city’ might hurt the readers.
Both the main characters are noteworthy and they are very edgy.They are loyal to each other,but one is commitment phobic. Another thing which I should praise, is that… the lady love who is a deafening single woman in the big city,sometimes feels lonely and scary,unlike some staunch feminist… she admits it.She is a lovely lady with a modern mindset.Talking about JD,he is good at heart. Monica and Navin,both of them successfully essay their roles as the companion in need.So grab a copy of Rapid Fall ,sit back and enjoy.Please keep your severe reader mindset in your pocket.So it is ideal for weekends,and pleasurable like a rapid fire round.
JD’s recent divorce, however, has left him commitment phobic and bitter, and he doesn’t seem to want more than a physical relationship. At heart, Sonia is conservative; can she bring herself to accept a modern ‘live-in’ relationship, or will she push him away with her demands for a commitment?
I believe in the Zen tenet that every situation has a 1000 truths. It helps me write and it definitely helps when I am dealing with my two children. I like reading, I like cooking, I like travelling and I love sitting like a mindless zombie in front of the TV and if anybody says anything to that….Aha! a 1000 truths come in very handy.
I also write under a pen name M.X Steele. Why? My daughter thought Adiana Ray was too boring a name.
I do hope you enjoy reading all my work because I believe passionately that though we writers love pontificating and are totally in love with whatever we write; at the end of it all it is the readers that matter and above all what we write has to be ‘entertaining’.
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