Book: Empirical Odyssey
Author: Nupur Dhingra
Blurb: Empirical Odyssey is a journey of a girl who has to face so many struggles in her life. After losing her parents at a young age, she loses her faith. Her life feels bleak and hopeless but then a childhood friend steps in and gives her the strength she needs. Life keeps throwing curveballs at her. It is a journey of ups and downs but what happens when she gets attacked by acid? Is it possible to find hope after losing yourself? How can you keep faith when everyone starts seeing you as a monster? The life and the perspective of society takes a U-turn. Her vibrancy transforms into gloominess. Would she be able to cope up or give up?
Review: I really like the concept of this book. The storyline is amazing. I literally felt all types of emotions while reading this book. I felt like a 16-year-old teenager when the character fell in love, I got angry when something bad happened, I got sad, I smiled, in short, I was in an emotional rollercoaster while reading the book. Overall this book inspired me and made me feel strong. Storytelling and editing could have been better. But as a debut novel, I must say the author did a great job.
Overall if you feel like reading something inspiring and romantic at the same time, then this book is for you