Undying Affinity Book ✓ 407 pages · Johnscyclingdiary

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Rds life completely changes He looks uite young for his age as every girl at the university thinks he is attractive seductive intellectual and rather intimidating This charming man is every girl’s fantasy and Zarish also finds it hard to resist him But is he fascinated by her? Little did Zarish know how one little interaction could bring about so many twists and turns in her life After continuous unsuccessful attempts to avoid him she feels that she is gradually falling for his charm Ahmar however remains oblivious to her feel My sole reason for buying Undying Affinity was Fawad Khan since the protagonist of the novel had been written keeping him in mind Fawad Fever can make you do crazy things which might not always yield the best conseuences This is what happened with me after I bought the book Pretty excited to read it the first setback for me was that the book was 400 pages thick I had always believed that a book that long is bound to lose track somewhere or the other making it difficult to keep the readers engaged And the belief still standsAnyhow I started reading it without any preconceptions I felt that the character introductions were really long Everything had been described in so much detail that I lost interest uite a lot of times For instance the description of Amhar's house when Zarish visits him for the first time could have been done away with The romance doesn't start properly until about the 200th page which makes for a major hitchUndying Affinity had too much filmy touch to it The whole fun part about reading a book is that it isn't a movie That was a major factor that proved to be an impediment in my liking of this book It felt as though initially the content had been thought of for a serialdramamovie script but then was made into a book midway Haroon being in love with Zarish since their childhood the twist where Ahmar's college friend is brought in and Zarish mistakes them to still be in love the fight seuence between Ahmar and Haroon and the ending which resembled Jab We Met's Indian movie so much were well simply disappointing to readThe English seemed to be a little off at some places too which might be printing mistakes or editing ones as I had earlier pointed out to Sara the authorI think that's all I feel Sara could improve upon and I really hope she doesn't repeat these mistakes for her second novel I'm happy to be one of the first ones to read her book and it would be awesome if she could gain something out of this review Afterall constructive criticism is needed too isn't it? All the best for your future endeavors Sara May all the luck be with you x

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Undying AffinityIngs She is ready to abandon her childhood sweetheart for him Eventually there comes a time when only he matters to her and nobody else Awestruck by the sudden revelation she is dazed to find out that he feels exactly the same for her Before their love blossoms a slight tragedy falls into their lives Zia Munawwar her father has some other plans for his daughter Will Ahmar fight against the world for his lady love or step back? Do not miss this romantic tragedy as it will encapsulate you totally and will stay in your heart foreve One of the charming aspects of this book is that the city of Lahore felt like an individual character I enjoyed how Lahore was brought to life here um but that's it Like many others I felt Haroon was the strength of this novel very likable and his motives seemed real like he was than just one dimensional character If this novel had worked anything other than a love letter to a media figure it would have achieved its literary purpose at least if not actual greatness But however I do understand the allure of muses though maybe next time a little subtlety would go a long way I don't grudge that lovelornness too much For I have been there and sometimes I feel like I haven't come back from those winterlands For I understand appreciate and accept that this book is not aimed at me But as I look around I realize I don't see that many contemporary Pakistani novels or even novelists for that matter despite the vast amount of talent here so I definitely applaud Sara Naveed's efforts And you cannot deny the passion Naveed has for writing and the amount of work she puts into her craft So kudos to her I am really looking forward to her next novel I hope she does better the second time around She does have the potential to shine Goes for anyone trying to write here But remember kids it is the possibilities that kill us

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Undying Affinity Book ✓ 407 pages · Johnscyclingdiary ´ [Reading] ➻ Undying Affinity By Sara Naveed – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Twenty two year old Zarish Munawwar has everything in life she could ever ask for; an elite family a high profile status a bunch of good friends and a childhood sweetheart Twenty two year old Zarish Munawwar has everything in life she could ever ask for; an elite family a high profile status a bunch of good friends and a childhood sweetheart Being childish stubborn imperious extravagant and a bit impulsive at making important decisions pertaining to her life is what perfectly describes her overall personality She takes life easily and can get anything she desires To her life is a bed of roses It is only when she meets Ahmar Muraad her mentor and finance professor at university her perspective towa Plot was even worse than an Indian drama SERIAL Before trying to write novels you should at least improve your English The grammar and sentence structure was HORRIBLE Reference relating to this Page number 1 the last line of the bookThings about the book that were a let downLack of a well developed climaxAwful plotExtremely amateur use of grammarRun on sentencesNo use of pathetic fallacyNo distinction between day dreams and actual eventsNo coherence between paragraphsPathetic punctuationLack of character developmentCharacters seem to have multiple personality disordersBackground of free indirect speech is not developed at all In short it sucks IT FELT AS IF A FOURTH GRADER HAS WRITTEN THIS GODDAMNED LOUSY BOOK