Parrot Under the Pine Tree by Surendra Pratap Singh ~ Book Review

Title – Parrot Under the Pine Tree

Author – Surendra Pratap Singh

Publisher – Invincible Publishers

Number of pages – 252

Price – 240 INR

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Blurb

​Parrot under the Pine Tree is the powerful expression of love. In the girl’s heart; it’s subtle, sublime and eternal. But in the boy’s heart; it’s earthy, insecure and restless. The anxiety brings the two young hearts close. In the clean and tranquil environs of Kausani, Vedanta inadvertently meets Saranga under bizarre circumstances and both fall in love with each other. But Alas! Their happiness doesn’t last long. On one fateful night of temptation, the storm that blows up not only consumes his heart and soul, but also shreds that of Saranga into pieces. On insistence of her grandma Saranga agrees to give a second chance to a repentant Vedanta. But misgivings remain in her heart. Will Kausani rework the magic again between the estranged couple?

Review

Parrot Under the Pine Tree is basically a story about love and heartbreak.

The story revolves around two young people (protagonists) Vedanta and Saranga where Vedanta comes to a beautiful village, Kausani, in a hilly region and his path crosses with that of Saranga and as usual what happens in a typical love story happened here too, they fell in love. Later they got married and a year later gave birth to a child and named him Dhruv.
Everything was going perfect until one day Vedanta was found cheating on his wife, Saranga.
He felt guilty of what he had done and wanted his wife back but she wasn’t ready to forgive, to give him a second chance.

The description is something that I liked the most. The author had done a commendable job when it comes to the description. And here if I talk about the cover and the title of the book, the cover is something that can be called as soothing. I mean it’s beautiful indeed and title is something unique, I mean unique in the sense like most of the love stories has this cliché kind of titles starts with “the guy/boy, the girl” but also it remain unjustified. The cover and the title  together was something that first attracted me towards the book but the story left me disappointed as it has nothing new to offer.

Ratings – (2/5)

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