Author: Manpreet Kaur
Print length: 40 pages
Publisher: Bluerose Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Language – English
The twenty years young Author, Manpreet Kaur wrote her first book at the age of eighteen. Hope is the state of mind when one expects some positive outcomes. The author believes in hope, it makes the person positive. Hope is pretty much happiness. It drives us, for more than just ordering and reading the book
The twenty years young Author, Manpreet Kaur wrote her first book at the age of eighteen. She is an undergraduate student at the University of Delhi. She is an avid thinker and writer. She writes about feminism, love, pain, life, etc. She is multilingual as she speaks five different languages. She wants to share writings all over the world. She believes in the power of words.
As the title hints this is a tiny book that whirls around “HOPE”, and a cute compilation of three stages in every individual: Love, Pain, and existence. At the end author also adds an additional section called “Life Quotes”. In the author’s words, “Hope is the state of mind when one expects some positive outcomes. In other words, HOPE is the only feeling that everyone anticipates throughout. A clear visionary and deeper emotional touch are seen in every poem.
Notably, the author drafted two stories in her poetic collection. Sohni Mahiwal, the most famous true love story of the eighteenth century is covered under the love theme, and Puran Bhagat Ji, a two thousand years old story depicting relationship illustration in the pain section. Overall “HOPE“, is a pocket-packed emotional amalgamation of love, pain, and existence. Commendable job by twenty-year-old “Manpreet Kaur” penning down this minuscule conglomeration worth reading once.
My personal pick in the novel is the “Pain” section where the author talks about death, corpse, poverty, and farmers’ pain in detail. Every line is so unique and intriguing that makes readers experience the emotion from the author’s viewpoint. I felt captivated by the intro that is offered in every section which sets up a perfect mood for the vehemence offered by the subsequent collections. Though the book is super short, it has much to proffer within its bounds.
Though there are few triflings in the book, this is a decent attempt by the author that makes readers perceive what the author wishes to convey definitely. I wish all the very best and sincerely pray that “Manpreet” writes more and more to inspire book-reading audiences, especially poetry enthusiasts. This book concludes with the author’s own favorite “Quote” Collections to pump inspiration into the reader’s mind.
Favorite Quote in the book:
1. One who dont know their destination, cannot win.
2. Conquer the heart, conquer the world
Kiran K Adharapuram
Author: Manpreet Kaur