Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Book Review: All Signs Lead Back To You by Aniesha Brahma

Title: All Signs Lead Back To You
Author: Aniesha Brahma
Publisher: Bee Books


When Diya and Ashwin part ways, Diya is understandably apprehensive — and doesn’t want to get hurt by Ashwin. Is she an emotionally constipated girl? Of course not! She’s just the opposite. She’s way too sensitive for her own good. No wonder then that she, like many of her real-life contemporaries, believes being hopeful is just a big setup for disappointment. So she does what anybody else in her shoes would have done. She becomes the queen of pushing people away, and leaves behind a budding high school romance. 

I like the way ‘All Signs Lead Back To You’ progresses. The narrative alternates between the past and present that includes compelling character histories. The characters are as interesting and fully formed as the premise. The language is simple yet full of warmth. Aniesha has dexterously woven a web of emotions into her novel. There’s love definitely, since it’s a romance, but we also come across a multitude of other emotions like jealousy, ego, etc. Then there are different kinds of love — love between couples and love between friends. The latter is what makes the book stand out among the others in a similar category. The ending is appropriate for life is never actually about perfectly tied endings, isn’t it?

Girls in need of emotional comfort should find this novel satisfying.

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About the Author:

Aniesha Brahma is an author who realized her passion for writing at the tender age of six. She also happens to be the social media manager for BEE Books. Her debut novel, The Secret Proposal (2012) was published by General Press and was followed by When Our Worlds Collide (2015) by the same. She blogs at: and runs an online magazine, BUZZ Magazine ( She can be contacted at: She lives in Kolkata with her family and her five super adorable cats! 

I'd like to thank the author for letting me review the book. I do hope you end up liking the book when you read it. Thank you so much for stopping by, and happy reading! 

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