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Prithviraj tells the story of Ji Woo and her recovery after losing the love of a lifetime, Weong-gyu. You aren't given he actual reason for the loss (other than what is given to you and I won't say because it would be a SPOILER!), but I can say, Ji Woo learns to live without him.
The story is almost like watching a flower greeting morning rays of sunshine. You get too feel Ji Woo's blossoming without the man she thought she needed in her life. This happens through a personal journey while going back to a dream she'd always carried: writing.
With taking classes, and a holiday, Ji Woo meets new people, learns new things and that life does go one after a boy. Prithviraj's writing takes you, the reader, on a cultural journey into letting go. She shows how one can move on and discover who they really are, without a love interest. And if one can survive the interaction, once that person returns to their life.
I Still Remember is a soft story that's easy to read and relate to. Grab a copy of I Still Remember, by Priya Prithviraj or visit her website here for her other works. I'm on to the next read!
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I Still Remember
'I Still remember' not only has a beautiful cover it also has a wonderful content. In just a few pages the author describes feelings and emotions in a way that make you feel each one of them.
The book is really short and it feels like a sip of fresh air. If you are looking for something different, easy to read but with deep content, you should read this one.
I like the question in the blurb, "How do you forget someone you've loved once?" I think you can't, but in the book, the character tries to find an answer to that question.
The book as an aura of poetry and a constant state of reflexion. Another good point, this book is set in Korea which is a good change.
** I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review. **
Priya did a great job of bringing deep rooted emotions to life in this story. It was easy to fall in love with Ji-Woo! I found myself invested in her choices and more importantly, in her heart! If you are looking for a short and sweet read, this is the book for you!!
I really enjoyed this book! For it being only about 5,000 words, I admit, I was a bit unsure if this story would be able to be fully developed. That being said, it was for me.
I really enjoyed the characters in this book. Ji-woo felt very relatable to me. I found her struggles and triumphs to be very similar to the kind of things I, along with I’m sure many other college-aged folks, go through. Even though this book is short, I found myself becoming completely invested in the characters. I was very curious to see how things would go.
Another thing I really enjoyed were the flashbacks that are in this story. Flashbacks in books are iffy things for me. Either I really enjoy them, or they end up just making things confusing. For this time, however, I really enjoyed them! They helped add backstory and gave the characters and their journey much more depth.
Honestly, the only thing I didn’t love about this story was that it was over so quickly! I would have loved to keep reading more and find out what happened next.
Overall, this was a very nice, quick, enjoyable read. I would recommend this book to contemporary fans!