BOOK REVIEW: THE DAY THAT NOTHING HAPPENED

Book: The Day that Nothing Happened

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Author: Sonal Sehgal

Genre: Science Fiction

Published by: Destiny Media LLP

Number of pages: 148 pages

My Rating: 4/5

MY REVIEW: I was provided with a copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

19th June 2019 is going to be an unusual day in history: in order to adjust the calendar, it is going to be an unaccounted for day! What can be done on a day like that? The possibilities are endless….

Veer and Samara have been in a relationship that ended when Veer moved to the US to advance his career. Veer, an astrophysicist has researched in depth about Parallel Universes. He wants to know how his relationship with Samara would have been if it had not ended in a Parallel Universe. He is aware that on 19th June 2019, a portal will open that will enable him and Samara to know how their relationship turned out.

On the other hand, there is Dev who prefers to astro-project himself rather than to engage in lasting relationships in the real world. He meets Desiree in the astral world and they feel an immediate connection to each other that goes back several lifetimes.

So what happens on 19th June 2019? Will Veer and Samara get a glimpse into the Parallel Universe? What will they get to see? The reader needs to read the book to find that out.

I recommend this book to readers as extremely engaging and intriguing.

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