What an amazing title – Till the Last Breath. It genuinely caught my attention. Sadly, it was almost the same as Durjoy’s other books. It too was adulterated with useless sexism, a weak plot and grammatical blunders. A major part of the storyline is set in room no. 509. And it revolves around two patients, Pihu and Dushyant, and their respective doctors, Armaan and Zarah. Both Armaan and Zarah are trying their best to save their lives. To know whether Pihu and Dushyant will survive you have to read this book. However, I feel, if you’re an amateur reader or an admirer of the author or a fan of romcoms then you may find this book interesting as it offers extra dose emotions with an unusual love connection that to between a doctor Armaan and Pihu (a 19 years old medical student) (I found it literally funny). But, for grown-up readers, trust me, this book is a complete waste of time.
Review by Parakashtha for Read Then Wrote Book Blog
Till The Last Breath by Durjoy Datta – Book Review
Till The Last Breath by Durjoy Datta is a novel for growing up youths. Decorated with excitement and wrapped in penury of fictional craft.