THE WOMAN WHO SAW THE FUTURE
Sapna Vaid has lived with a unique power for a decade; a power that turned her from a timid, wide-eyed, college-going girl into the most influential and powerful Goddess on Earth. Sapna can see the future and saves thousands of people around the world every year through her record-breaking, popular show ‘Lucky People’. The show had given Sapna’s life a meaning and gives her the courage to sleep every night, where death and blood await her in her dreams.
Even though the world is at her feet, the power costs Sapna her personal life. Thousands of prayers that come her way every year are her only solace, her only reason to live.
When a blinding hatred leads to a desperate act of revenge, a single misuse of her great power triggers a reversal of her fortunes. Now she must decide the path she has to take to preserve her unique gift and her fame, even if it turns her into a murderer on the brink of insanity.
My Honest Review:
How many of us get dreams which are actually a prenomination of some incident or about a family member or someone we know, which will happen in near future?
We all do, at least once in a lifetime we all get such dreams which we tend to forget but we recollect it when we witness that incident ourselves in reality.
The Woman Who Saw The Future is a story of Sapna who dreams about the death of people in and around the world. Is she able to recuse them from jaws of death? What effect does it have on her life, emotionally and mentally?
First thing, fabulous plot written by author Amit Sharma. I would give him one point for naming his protagonist Sapna which means dreams which is really apt to the storyline. This story belongs to the different genre which you can't classify as it has romance, suspense, relationships and something in between paranormal and supernatural and definitely it’s a fiction.
Good language, fast-paced story with well-developed characters. But my only grouse is why the author has taken the story forward with so many different points of views. It confuses the reader because every time I had to check in the middle of my reading, from whose point of view that chapter or a particular incident is being written.
But other than this and inspite of it, I absolutely loved reading The Woman Who Saw The Future which I think should have been titled ‘The Woman Who Dreamt About Future. ‘
But anyways this book is definitely a must-read.
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About the author
Amit Sharma's first fiction book titled False Ceilings has been published by Lifi Publications in 2016.
His second novel titled 'The Woman Who Saw The Future' was published by Readomania in Nov 2017.
Amit has been working in a Software Firm for the last twelve years. His hobbies include reading (but of course), watching world cinema, traveling, digging into various cuisines, cooking, listening to music, painting, blogging, making his daughter laugh and helping his wife with her unnecessary and prolonged shopping.
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