It’s quite interesting when familiar characters return to a familiar setting but with a new story set to unfold. That’s kind of what happens in this book, though there is, I feel, a familiarity to some parts of this novel in that story too.
As with the previous novel, Aniesha does justice to the main characters while trying to give the secondary characters closure to their parts in the journey. Akriti’s character takes on more responsibility, jumps more into daily life forgetting to live and instead just existing. At times, it makes me wonder when she’ll snap. Zayn weaves in and out of the storyline, more in than out. The character I want to read more about is Riley.
I don’t quite know if this second book is better than the first, but it certainly doesn’t feel boring to read. I could somehow expect certain things to happen in the plot, and it did, so slightly disappointed that it played out to expectations. The language is quite simple and has its appeal no doubt, but I could catch maybe a couple of formatting glitches. No biggie but still, given I’ve come to expect brilliance from Aniesha, I’d say that could have been avoided too. I liked the cover of this book better than the earlier one.
The bookworm rates this between 7 and 8 out of 10.
- Title: When Our Worlds Meet Again
- Author: Aniesha Brahma
- Genre: Romance
- ISBN: 978-9388118583
- Publisher: General Press