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Moving On is a story about the three things that are very important in making our lives worth it: love, faith and trust.
Summary of the Book
Smriti is a hardworking woman who is doing everything she can to make something out of her life. She has suffered from a terrible and traumatic past, but decided to get away from it. She now needs to bring herself out of her mess with the help of her own courage and face her fears. However, it is true that the past will almost always catches up with you, and this is what happens in Smriti’s case. She finds it difficult to accept that she has found love in her boss, Rohan. It is up to her to decide to accept the love that she has found and stop fearing the past.
About Jaya Jha
Jaya Jha is a writer, poet and entrepreneur who developed an interest in writing at an early age. The author’s writing in Moving On has been appreciated and has been recommended to readers. Her comfortable writing style has a lot of frivolous elements in it, along with an admirable narrative approach. The characters are identifiable with the readers and her novel has been much admired for its tight and fast-paced storyline. She is an avid reader, public speaker as well as a technical entrepreneur. Jaya is known for her founding project, Pothi.com, India’s first on-demand publishing platform. A graduate of IIT Kanpur and IIT Lucknow, Jha currently lives in Bangalore, alternating her time between working at Pothi.com and writing.
|Number of Pages||249 Pages|
|Authored By||Jaya Jha|
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Feb 23, 2012
MOVING ONâMoving onâ the title itself is bound to trigger curiosity. At first glance the story may appear a simple love story but once you get in to it Ms Jha takes you on a roller coaster ride and you sure donât want to put the novel down.
May 26, 2012
Not that goodI bought this book seeing rave reviews on flipkart. The novel kind of dissappointed me. Generally I read for fun but this book made me slightly uncomfortable. Its serious story, & probably a bit too feministic for my taste. I'd rather prefer some humor in already complex life. Plot n characters are predictable & I felt like I am going through a 1980s Hindi film. Though I'd give the author credit for a tight n pacy story.
Kajal Aidasani (Kads)
Feb 23, 2012
A Love Story..from the start to the end!!One amongst the amazing Love Stories that I have read..
Jun 26, 2012
Good potentialAs a first novel, Moving On quite makes the cut. A good love story, potential for conflict and separation, haunting pasts. But a novel is so much more than two individuals and an overanalysis of their lives. This one especially would have been so much better with a crisper plot, short and pithy dialogues, more creative language (not just a bunch of daily conversations)and more dramatis personae. The characters are lonely and one-dimensional. I also think the main female character, while honest and diligent, is quite dull; she gives the feeling of needing more protection even as she is trying h… (Expand)
May 16, 2012
must readThis book was one that I was sure that I would enjoy reading it . clean and simple caring love story. Definitely give this one a try. and you'll love it. interesting characters very realalitic . It touched very serious realities of life but at the same time it don’t lose the flavor of love story. I loved this book.
Mar 26, 2012
A must read!!I can't actually gulp the fact that 'Moving On' is Jaya's first book!
Mar 6, 2012
moving onIt is a very nice novel; a great love story between Rohan and Smriti. It shows us that whatever happened in the past, we can still move on in life. There is always hope for a better future.