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New year, New reads!





Nothing better to start this year with than praising a book you read. Lica was such a refreshing and light read, that we couldn't stop ourselves from raving about it.

Check out its review on Amazon and grab the book as well while you are there.


A journey of love, passion, betrayal and loss spanned across three generations, Hitesh Trehon has poured his emotions out in the book. Each character is layered, and each story is beautifully fleshed out. The story is set against the backdrop of the 1940s when India gained independence, and the narrative then evolves with the changing times and places.


Following the three generations of the Dev family that form the emotional core of the narrative, Lica is a story of Mulkhraj Dev, Raj Dev and Inder Dev. It follows their life stories across their achievements and struggles, love and professional lives, and the beauty of daily mundane things. The descriptions are nuanced and Hitesh has delicately balanced all the elements in the narrative.


What makes this book a must-read are the cultural dynamics and the generational timeline. The book explores the vibrant tapestries of India, the cosmopolitan allure of London, and the enchanting landscapes of Scotland. Although the book is too long, spanned across 500 pages, which makes it boring at times and difficult to work through. In addition to this, the story often feels dull at times when the pace slackens and fails to maintain a consistently gripping momentum.


In its entirety, Hitesh Trehon's 'Lica' stands as a must-read, a vivid saga that intricately intertwines A journey of love, passion, betrayal and loss spanned across three generations, Hitesh Trehon has poured his emotions out in the book. Each character is layered, and each story is beautifully fleshed out. The story is set against the backdrop of the 1940s when India gained independence, and the narrative then evolves with the changing times and places.


Following the three generations of the Dev family that form the emotional core of the narrative, Lica is a story of Mulkhraj Dev, Raj Dev and Inder Dev. It follows their life stories across their achievements and struggles, love and professional lives, and the beauty of daily mundane things. The descriptions are nuanced and Hitesh has delicately balanced all the elements in the narrative.


What makes this book a must-read are the cultural dynamics and the generational timeline. The book explores the vibrant tapestries of India, the cosmopolitan allure of London, and the enchanting landscapes of Scotland. Although the book is too long, spanned across 500 pages, which makes it boring at times and difficult to work through. In addition to this, the story often feels dull at times when the pace slackens and fails to maintain a consistently gripping momentum.


In its entirety, Hitesh Trehon's 'Lica' stands as a must-read, a vivid saga that intricately intertwines love, passion, betrayal, and loss.


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