Book Review: Frozen Summer & Columbina

Publisher: HALF BAKED BEANS; First Edition (2015)

Paperback: 170 pages

Frozen Summer & Columbina

Frozen Summer and Columbina – By Geetha Madhuri & Cynthia Vincent

 

Frozen Summer & Columbina  is India’s first ever double header book – two thrillers in the cost of one written by two young, aspiring authors. The cover is uniquely styled.

My thoughts on “FROZEN SUMMER” by Geetha Madhuri:

Frozen summer is a wonderful journey that takes the reader on a thrilling emotional ride. It made me smile, excited, sad, gives you goose bumps! It has a pacy narrative and that helps you get into the story quickly.  A simple yet powerful story with not many characters to remember. A terrific read with powerful vocabulary. I just couldn’t place the book down.

Frozen summer leaves you speechless and disturbed at the end. The thrill factor is maintained from beginning till end. You feel the pain of the characters.

Frozen Summer: 4.5/5

My thoughts on “COLUMBINA” by Cynthia vincent Daniel:

The book is clever and exciting with amazing plot twist. A very huge story squeezed into less than 80 pages. Every page led to a new experience. In just 77 pages Cynthia Daniel Vincent delivers a masterpiece to her readers.

A very difficult subject and a complicated plot expressed in a simple and crisp way. The end is so unpredictable and touchy. The story expresses the pathos of the issue so well.

Columbina: 4/5

Final Verdict

The 2 stories are extremely different, both maintaining their own standards of writing.

Must buy. Totally recommended and worth your time! I really hope to see the sequel soon! A quick read for ones with little time.

Ratings (Overall): 4.25/5 

Read full review here: http://aayeshashewholives.blogspot.in/2015/03/book-review-frozen-summer-columbina.html

Aayesha Hakim

Aayesha Hakim, born and brought up in Mumbai, considers writing a part of self discovery. After pursuing Engineering in Electronics & Tele-
Communication, she now chases her passion for writing. She writes articles on her blog on random topics that amaze her. Her genre is mostly inspiration, self improvement and romance. She tries her hand at trending topics as well. Her writing leaves a sense of positivity on the reader.

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