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Book Review – Mirror Soul: Flames of Fate by Kritika G. Soin

Have you ever been confounded by twin flame thing? What is it and how it works in person? Need a live example of their life and love? You need not to search the oceans and skies, simply pick up this novel: Mirror Soul: Flames of Fate by Kritika G. Soin.

The title is another name for twin flames. Twin means two. It is like one soul in two bodies. One soul searches for its second half. Unless they meet it is incomplete and their restlessness deepens with time. Only spiritually connected and a divine interference can cause streaks of twin flames element in an individual.

When they come together, meet, live – it becomes complete. On similar lines lies the foundation of the novel ‘Mirror Soul.’ Twin flame love stories are hard, harsh, stressed outs, tested by time, and require immense faith and divine intervention.

The novel is about Charu and Rudra. Here, the girl Charu is that soul that craves and suffer for its second half i.e. Rudra. Charu takes it all on her while never giving up on Rudra, who in turn remains indifferent and least caring. The way they connect, meet, share intimate relationship is worth reading, but the second side of the story is painful, like a tragic love story. Indeed the punch line is relevant, Flames of Fate. I observed Charu burning in the heat of separation and longing to get true love from Rudra.

Yet the novel is engrossing, enchanting, and unique in its league. Their love bonding begins since the college days and goes up till they enter their mid thirties. How can love last so long, it can be gauged from Charu's point of view, from her audacious life.

The novel has only one point of view narration. The characters develop gradually themselves. They change and behave with time. Love seems simple but it isn't when family responsibilities and career choices are to be prioritized. Either you choose career or leave love. But some go for both, that is painful, but true love emerges victorious in the end. Kudos to the author for such a ravishing novel in the time where no one waits for anyone and love disappears in the air like a waft of aroma!!

 I have least to say about narration and writing style, it’s thankfully cool, clear, not tickling with the nerves. a movie...but it was all worth reading nevertheless.

Moved by their story, time to buy the book and show your love to those Twin Flames. Hello, you can from Amazon or Kindle store.


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