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Book Review- Till the end of forever


Till the end of forever is written by Vivaksh Singh and published by Srishti Publishers Distributors.


We have lived a death everyday

                                                           It’s time we live like death

                                                         No sorrow.No jitters. No trauma.

                                                               Just you, I and peace.

When Avani met Ayaan, she knew he was deeply bruised by the past; just like her. When Ayaan met Avani, he knew she was looking for peace just like him. The bond of pain brought them together, and one broken piece completed another.

But just when the candles of serenity were lit, it rained. Ayaan was left shattered when he was held responsible for friend’s murder. And when Avani tried to hold his pieces together, it gashed into her flesh. Alas, this was just the beginning. Just the winds before the hurricane of spine-chilling mysteries were going to blow her apart.

Will Avani wait for the scars to heal or will she fight with her bruised soul? Why does the truth keep going deeper as she chases it?

Deeply sensitive and brutally thrilling, Till the end of forever is a romantic thriller that takes a dig in the dark sides of god, nature, of human pain, power of selfless care, and something that won’t last till the end of forever.


This story is about pain, which a human faces in a lifetime. There are different bonds, which we create with people, apart from friendship, love, respect there is also a deep bond of pain, which humans at a time develop. The story is well written, though towards the end it becomes bit dramatic, I mean the author went a bit overboard towards the end. But the story beautifully narrates the ill effects of ego. How can a misplaced ego destroy the entire family? Not only this, it robs a kid of his childhood. This book also reflects the consequences of remaining a prisoner of the past. We often form our perceptions on the basis of our past experiences, it is essential to let go of the past and move ahead with life.


Avni visits her friend’s hometown during her vacation. Ayaan was sent to pick Avani and Luv from the station along with Luv’s brother Livleen. Few minutes of interaction between Ayan and Avani results in a bond. Both have been through hell in their respective ways. This pain forges a bond between them. Ayaan is an atheist and often challenge the concept of God, this results in gaining many enemies. During one such outing with friends, an attempt was made on his life, in which Luv gets killed.

Here the mayhem begins in both the central character lives. The reader’s heart will go out on seeing the pain, the central character goes through.

Why read this book:

Engaging plot.

Light read.


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