BY Harsimran Kaur ON June 09 , 2022 IN BOOK REVIEWS, Book Lovers By Emily Henry-Fiction
Nora, a smart, sassy and a discerning literary agent is plausibly coaxed by her sister Libby to vacay at Sunshine Falls. The idea is to exfoliate the tempestuous prodigals of the past and find heaven in the slimy bitterness of the life’s trajectories – break-ups, a haunting past and a deliquescent present, all messed up. The arrival at Sunshine Falls leaves her transfixed at the eerie spiral of life presenting her choices that subsequently help her to erect her own heaven.
Charlie can be a part of her heaven; infused with an irresistible charm and an indistinguishable ability to sway with words—a rustle of leaves you cannot ignore. As an editor, Charlie has the salt and pepper to give words their true reflexes to make a book a bestseller. The love for books is a caecum to connect them forever. They meet to fall in love.
But, will love finally unite them sparing their inhibitions and insecurities?
For some love is a like a cascading waterfall effortlessly pouring out its wealth of harmonious water droplets, unaware of transcendary limitations of life. But for some, it is a wanderment—a life slipped in denial of what seems palatable because the poignant staccato of the past still plays a tune of foreboding and disgruntlement.
Charlie and Nora soon realize that their diaphanous past need not be a widespread algae but a structured canopy to assimilate the ambiguities of life.
The book is a humorous click full of badinage and contretemps between Charlie and Nora. Their pitfalls are their assemblages of the purity and truth that makes them fall in love.
From the tall grappling wood stalk of New York to the serene and diaphanous lushes and greenery of Sunshine Falls, love travels time and choices to create a story about Nora and Charlie—their fears and preferences.
Eloquent and tempting!