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Quite early in his life, Aman had been labelled a ‘weirdo’. His side-parted, oil soaked hair and gawky physique made him the butt of jokes among his peers. There is nothing spectacular in his life—he studies all day, has never had an interaction with a girl that lasted more than five minutes, and scribbles his inner musings into his best friend, a personal diary.

Deep down, however, the guilt of being considered a social killjoy by the society starts to have a negative impact on him.

When forced out of his solitary shell into the action-infused warehouse that is ‘college’, Aman’s life takes a drastic U-Turn. Owing to a Chemistry project, he is forced to partner up with Kiara—a cheerful, carefree soul who tucks away her dark, brooding past upon arriving in Manipal.

What follows is a series of awkward encounters and quirky adventures; ones that throw them in the deep end and make them face their worst fears.


When two different shades mix up they make a contrast complementing each other… or a good match!

Letters in the Rain gives such a mix up, contrasting match… Aman and Kiara; a cheerful butterfly and a book worm. You could find them around you easily, it’s like a next door story. The story follows their life, how it brings them together, their influence on each other and how they evolve. Ah, but it is not just them there are others who are walking along with them on their life path too, with their share of the story.

What is best about this book is that, each character will leave an impact on you, the character frame is strong and promising, they will talk to you and make you hear them. The story might feel not so new, but it is worth to know about them…. their emotions, the change they embrace and the events they welcome!

I loved the title, it giver warm feeling I suppose; also the book cover design is something catchy matching the level and feel of the title.

I will rate this book 4/5 🙂  and welcome my readers to give it a try.

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