Once in a long while, you get your hands on a book, a good book that you cannot put down. The kind where the characters remains etched in your mind because you can relate to them, the kind of book that seems to be written for you.
‘The Truth Seekers’ is one such book and what makes it special is that the author is able to marry a romance genre without the over the top melodramatic twilight-ish scenes and relations. I bet this book will go down very well with a lot of girls who can relate to the central character Sufiah coming out of her teens seeking the next phase of her life. Even for me, as much as I’ve outgrown romance novels, I enjoyed reading the book. There were no ‘eww’ moments where I go..’pfft, that couldn’t happen in real life’. The language was simple but still have depths and context which brings me back to my literature class days where we would try to analyse every word and subtext, dissecting every paragraph to gain a deeper insight to the story. And yet, it is an easy book to read.
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