All of us are aware of how our dreams are a gateway to our subconscious mind. Some people also say that they can give you a glimpse of the future.
The Woman who saw the Future is a story talks about the concept of dreams and future.
Sapna Vaid has lived with a unique power for a decade; a power that turned her from a timid, wide-eyed, college-going girl into the most influential and powerful Goddess on Earth.Sapna can see the future and saves thousands of people around the world every year through her record-breaking, popular show ‘Lucky People’. The show had given Sapna’s life a meaning and gives her the courage to sleep every night, where death and blood await her in her dreams.
Even though the world is at her feet, the power costs Sapna her personal life. Broken relationships and separation from her son bring her unbearable pain. Her parents and the thousands of prayers that come her way every year are her only solace, her only reason to live.
When a blinding hatred leads to a desperate act of revenge, a single misuse of her great power triggers a reversal of her fortunes. Sapna begins to lose her ability to see the future.Now she must decide the path she has to take to preserve her unique gift and her fame, even if it turns her into a murderer on the brink of insanity
My Review –
Sapna, the protagonist is deeply in love with her elder brother. After her brother’s death, she continues to talk to him through her diary. She starts dreaming about accidents and tragedies and realizes that she can see the future of people and decides that she should do something to save them.
She meets people during her journey, who find out about her powers and work towards making an effort to save people’s lives. With time she becomes famous.
I will not talk more about the story. The author has done a good job in the way the book is written. The flow and narration logical and smooth.
The way the story is written is a combination of a diary and a fiction novel. I felt that the plot was a little weak and the author could have added more suspense. I was also surprised that the protagonist did not speak of any good events in the future.
The author has done a good work in describing the characters and the scene, hence you feel that its real.
It’s a complete entertainer and I would rate it a 3/5.
I received the book from Writersmelon in return of an honest opinion.