But again as in all love stories, Fate plays her role and the story of the Beauty and the Beast starts. Fardeen too feels the effects of a forced marriage though he does end up with a better deal at the end of the bargain. But now, his heart too is captured by this Florence Nightingale in his life; and he wanted to have a fresh start with her. But Zoella had been insulted too many times. Now her heart has closed up against his love. Will he be able to revive it?
Feb 14, Biswanath Banerjee rated it really liked it. In Lahore, the culturally most colourful city of Pakistan, the most colourful celebration is the Jashnn —e —Basant. The winter is over, and spring is on a rollout, many shades of the colour of the surroundings gets mixed up with the colour of the minds of the people to set up a melodious orchestra, in the land and water and in the sky.
Thousands of flying kites lit up the sky of the inner city of Lahore. The land also gets inflamed with thousands of beautiful women playing with the kites, In Lahore, the culturally most colourful city of Pakistan, the most colourful celebration is the Jashnn —e —Basant. The land also gets inflamed with thousands of beautiful women playing with the kites, wearing bright yellow dresses. What can be a more colourful ambience for a love story to take place?
The writer has portrayed the mental state of affairs of the protagonist Zoella-amid the backdrop colour and vibrancy of the spring festival and it is clearly a stage winner all the way! She is attracted to Fardeen-the handsome lawyer from her childhood. But sometimes nearest man from the church gets farthest from the God.
That happens to Zoella, too-she was never been able to express her feelings to her childhood heartthrob. So, lovely Neha has plundered the mind of Fardeen. Reading this far if you conclude —oh, so it is a story of eternal love triangle-than I must confess you are partially right.
It is a story of love triangle alright and more! The writer is successful in showing the inner conflicts of the characters especially the two-Fardeen and Zoella. Feb 09, Nikita Jhanglani rated it it was amazing. Girls can never outgrow fairy tales. Those enchanting lands, where lives a Prince who is yours forever, are a constant source of hope.
The only one problem, that creeps during dark hours, is knowing that these lands, and this Prince, are in a world of someone's imagination.
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Zeenat's novel, an adaptation of the very popular fairy tale The Beauty and the Beast, will make you believe that fairy tales hold Girls can never outgrow fairy tales. Zeenat's novel, an adaptation of the very popular fairy tale The Beauty and the Beast, will make you believe that fairy tales hold true in the real world.
It'll make you believe not only in the power of true love, but also assert that in each one of us, lives a fairy tale. That within each one of us, the beauty and the beast dwell together. In this heart-touching romance, Fardeen yes, I sighed yet again and Zoella take turns in being the beast and the beauty, who frees the beast from the curse.
They each free the beauty of the other's soul from the beast that is insecurities born out of material quests. A distraught identity and a damaged marriage to begin with force Fardeen and Zoella to stop believing and hoping in the magic that is love. The story is about how each of them, while battling their own beasts within, rescues the other's beauty. Zoella and Fardeen's yes, I cannot still stop sighing over him story, though inspired by the fairy tale is as real as it can get.
All of Zeenat's characters have that quirk that makes you fall in love with them-if not in the beginning, then definitely by when you finish the book. Some of the conversations between the characters, especially those between Zoella and Fardeen, are a treat to read. In this season of love, don't let your heart be untouched by this beautiful love story. Feb 03, Sarita Rajiv rated it it was amazing. In my attempt to be an experimental reader I sometimes strike gold sometimes dust!
I struck pure gold when I read Zeenat Mahal's earlier book 'Haveli' and since then I eagerly look forward to reading her work. Two things about her books intrigue me-the name of the book that appropriately justifies the story and secondly the names of the heroines of her books-be it defensive C or confident KK or sensitive Zoella.
Reading this book In my attempt to be an experimental reader I sometimes strike gold sometimes dust! Reading this book is like sitting on a wave of emotions which has soaring crests and deep troughs. I would finish a chapter on a happy note thinking that I can sleep now as everything is going fine in Zoella and Fardeen's world. But then I would peek at the next page and fall right into a deep, dark trough of Zoella's emotions.
This roller coastering is the strength of this book. Zoella does not find any fault with her selfish family. She expects their support and is let down every time. She expects love from Fardeen and gets everything else but I expected a certain event to follow a previous scene but it would not happen, something so different would follow!
It kept me hooked.
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It is a fantastic Valentine Day read! Feb 24, Apoorva added it. Set up in Pakistan, this story is about a middle-class woman Zoella and a handsome man Fardeen who , obviously, was from a wealthy background. Zoella falls in love with Fardeen, her best friends charming elder brother though he never noticed her. Besides he is already engaged to a beautiful lady of his own social strata. Zoella had no chance with him until a brutal accident disfigured his face and his life. The effect was long lasting. He changed so brutally that Zoella was no more sure whether he was the same Fardeen she knew.
This book will keep you glued and make you want to root for Zoella and cursing Fardeen for his nastiness and then later thinking that maybe brought all these things onto herself. A typical love story with all the ingredients thrown in for a tug of war.
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So if romance is your forte then this book will intrigue you. Zoella is the hero. Feb 06, Kristen Cansler rated it it was amazing Shelves: blog-review , r2r. She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not was a beautiful story that evoked a bevy of emotions in me and made me fall in love with Pakistan and its culture all over again.
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With rich descriptions, I was swept away in this touching story of love against the odds. Zoella is a sensitive soul, and I was immediately bonding with her. The relationship between her and Fardeen is anything but smooth. It's a rollercoaster of emotions that kept me on the edge of my seat in tears most of the time. There are so many She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not was a beautiful story that evoked a bevy of emotions in me and made me fall in love with Pakistan and its culture all over again.
Some of them were so unexpected, but added beautifully to the story. Mahal was able to keep my interest easily and turning the pages as quickly as I could to unearth what would happen next. This book invites the reader into not only the character's lives but Pakistan, as well. It was a wonderful representation of a beautiful country. I hope that romance fans regardless of where they're from will flock to such a sweet and touching story. I cannot wait to read more from this delightful author!
Feb 05, Priti rated it it was amazing Shelves: from-author-for-review. She builds realistic situations, characters and manages to keep the reader hooked. Her writing style is engaging, simple and brings the story to life in the minds of the readers. They are strong enough to get what they want and may be that's why I love Zeenat books even more. Just like her earlier books I have loved this book also, even more than earlier ones. The book is a modern version of Beauty and the Beast and Zeenat has definitely done justice to this fairytale.
I loved the story, the characters, and the dialogues. I loved everything about the book. Zeenat writes so beautifully about Lahore.
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Though I have never been there but it does bring up my memories of the Nawab City, Lucknow. Her books always bring this nostalgia to me. They seem so real that I could actually feel these characters are part of my life. This book is completely amazing and a must read. Feb 17, Bhavya rated it really liked it Shelves: own-a-copy , ebook , indireads. This could very well be the modern fairy tale that can make girls of today go weak in their knees. The story starts with a kite flying scene and we are introduced to the lovestruck Zoella who can't keep her eyes off her best friend's brother.
The story clearly has strong tones of South Asian living. As is usual in South Asian culture, the family is given a lot of importance and they are an important part in the lives of Fardeen and Zoella. Though the writer has herself referred to the Beauty and the Beast more than a couple of times, I felt the beast wasn't the right term for Fardeen. Yes, he has been through hell and has scars both physically and mentally, but he doesn't deserve the hate that a beast might deserve.
Zeenat has done a wonderful job and has told the story well.
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