BR #118 | 2047 The Unifier | Rashmi Trivedi | Blue Rose Publishers | ★★★★

Book - 2047 The Unifier
Author - Rashmi Trivedi
Publisher - Blue Rose Publishers
Rating - ★★★★

Author Bio: (from book) Rashmi Trivedi is an author, poet and an explorer, working at a middle Management level in a leading PSU. She entered the literary world in May 2016 with her first book, Woman, Everything Will Be Fine, which became a bestseller in its genre. She then came out with her poetry collection titled Handful of Sunshine, Pocketful of Rain, in December2017. Many of her poems went viral on the social media.
Her subsequent novel, From Ashes to Dreams, published in August 2018, climbed to the no.2 spot on the Amazon hot-seller list within a few days, and went on to sell more than 15,000 Copies.
Her latest book is a romanic thriller which explores the sensitive topic of India Pakistan relation.

Book Review: "2047 The Unifier" by Rashmi Trivedi is a romantic thriller based on politics, drama, love, crime, excitement, and suspense. 2047 marks one hundred years of India and Pakistan gaining freedom from the British Rule, although with a shattered economy and territorial claims divided between the nations. The book, while solely challenging an impossible question - will these two countries ever be united again, gives us hope.

Karan and Fiza, hailing from India and Pakistan respectively, meet at the unlikely of places, Chandni Chowk in 2030 where a notorious ploy had just been averted. However, no communication ensues as such from then on until 2046 when both of them met again at London, immediately recognizing each other and germinating the seeds of love. The question of marriage naturally pops up but Karan's father, an ex-serviceman, is dead against the concept of marrying a Pakistani girl and puts forth a condition that he’ll consent if somehow both countries unite in the 100th year of Independence. The plot then traces ahead to Karan’s quest of doing the impossible and create history. While he gathers some friends, enemies are plotting too and putting roadblocks en route Karan's success. Will people accept his crazy idea? What about the political parties? Will he succeed?

This book will appeal to romance and fiction lovers since it is a tale written from the heart. The author has been successful in expressing her message of always being against any war. That is why this plot about love and peace is not just another cross border love story, but a unique amalgamation of dreamy and ambitious coincidences. There are parallel stories of Sooraj and Anu too, whose chance meeting with Karan changed the course of the book. Did Fiza and Karan ultimately succeed in unifying the two nations? What price they had to pay for it? One must read to find out.

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