Rainer Maria Rilke once said that once the realization is accepted that even between the closest people infinite distances exist, a marvelous living side-by-side can grow up for them if they succeed in loving the expanse between them, which gives them the possibility of always seeing each other as a whole and before an immense sky.
Love and its undefined beauty
Resin explore the beautiful relationship of love, observing both Namrata and Ayaz under its magnifying glass. Readers ultimately find Ayaz and Namrata both seeking answers to the same question: What exactly is there inside of us that makes us so attached to someone we never could have approached? This novel also goes on to question the link between writing and love, the stories that love consequently inspire. It also talks about the way in which we construct and own the story of our lives.
Though a postgraduate in Law, Kanchan Sharma weaves this novel that goes on to challenge and thereby stretches the ethical intuitions. Thereby pleasingly, offering no final moral dictum. There happens to exist a continual sense of oscillation: showing a movement from an enclosed, secure space, to an almost uncertain, unfettered realm, and then back again.
Beguilingly and bewitchingly, this novel continually entices the reader.
This heart-breaking story of love goes on to instill the sense of hope that keeps us going. Mournfully sad and achingly beautiful, this tale of love-loss is partly replicative of what we have become and partly what we always were.
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