Title: Rapid Fall
Author: Adiana Ray
Publisher: Indireads Inc.
Number of Pages: 94 (Estimated)
Price [INR] : 119
Genre: Fiction, Romance, Contemporary
Rapid Fall had been on my list since the last few weeks when I saw the reviews on each and every blog or platform possible. And I’m glad that I got a chance to read and review. This is a love story of JD and Sonia who meets at a water rafting camp at Rishikesh. When JD is a successful workaholic who has commitment issues because of a failed marriage, Sonia is a young ambitious corporate executive who bears her own baggage of insecurities. The sizzling chemistry between the two keeps you going.
The author has given marvelous descriptions of the scenic beauty of Rishikesh and the falls that you feel like visiting the place any sooner.
True to it’s title, the story is quick and fast paced. You finish it in an hour or two and is great for a lazy weekend. The language and writing is impeccable. I enjoyed Adiana’s writing style and how she brought about each character. I must say, that the story ended quite abruptly like a rapid fall but it did justice.
The cover page is attractive and makes you take the book in hand.
‘Sixteen and counting’ are the number of cities that I have lived in so far. I like to think of myself as a ‘Metronaut’. The myriad city cultures, the food, the hustle and bustle, the people are all elements of life that I thrive on and if you can have an ‘Astronaut’ why not a ‘Metronaut’ after all there are so many more of us out there?I believe in the Zen tenet that every situation has a 1000 truths. It helps me write and it definitely helps when I am dealing with my two children. I like reading, I like cooking, I like travelling and I love sitting like a mindless zombie in front of the TV and if anybody says anything to that….Aha! a 1000 truths come in very handy.I also write under a pen name M.X Steele. Why? My daughter thought Adiana Ray was too boring a name.
I do hope you enjoy reading all my work because I believe passionately that though we writers love pontificating and are totally in love with whatever we write; at the end of it all it is the readers that matter and above all what we write has to be ‘entertaining’.