Sunday, February 22, 2015

Book Review: Time Will Tell

For all the friends of Tamanna waiting out there to know what happens next to their friend and her lover boy Manoj, here comes the much awaited climax of Tamanna Trilogy. I’m sure this book will bring a smile on every faces who have been following Tamanna’s life since ‘No Time for Goodbyes’.  J

Tamanna is in hospital with multiple injuries. Manoj, in his desperate hurry to travel from 1983 to 2012 to be with her has, by mistake, landed in 2022 and Tamanna is the only one who can bring him back. In any case, there is this sinister doctor in the hospital she wants to get away from and some recently discovered facts about her past she needs to get to the bottom of. And when Rajat, her good-looking classmate, is eager to help, she's only too happy to take him up on his offer. But matters soon go out of hand, threatening to change her life forever.

Tamanna, who had been travelling back and forth to past and present, now is in hospital after an unexpected accident. The worst part is that she is thrown back to present leaving Manoj in the past. When manoj finds a way to travel to future, he lands up way too much in the future and finds himself in 2022. Unaware of how to handle the situation, Tamanna is left with no clues to gel up with Manoj. 
This book brings up new characters like Dr. Arvind and Rajat, which makes the story more interesting. With an increase in the pace, the story makes the readers be gelled up with the book till the climax. Last few pages surely proved the talent of the author who managed well to conclude the trilogy with a happy end which seems more pleasing to read.

The descriptions of how Bangalore would be like in 2022 will definitely leave the reader in amusement. The author has poured her maximum level of imagination into the book which will surely be talked about. Unlike many sequels which brings of so many different stories into the plot, this trilogy, with no deviation from the plot in all the three books, finds a smooth and a convincing climax.

Andaleeb Wajid, with her professional way of writing, gives no chance for the readers to spot any mistakes or to think for a better climax for this wonderful and adventurous trilogy. Although taking a time travel concept is a challenging task, the author tastes success in completing a trilogy about the time travel. I would rate this book with 3.5 stars for this book and 4 stars for the Tamanna Trilogy. 

You can get a copy for yourself at Flipkart and Amazon.

Happy Reading :-) 

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