The Dilemma by B A Paris: Book Review

The Dilemma is about a family of four and their relationships, the indecision they face to save a few moments of happiness before an unpleasant revelation. Livia is eagerly looking forward to her 40th birthday party which she’s all set to celebrate with a bang. She covertly wishes that her daughter Marnie, who studies abroad doesn’t join this party for a reason she’s hiding from her husband, Adam. Meanwhile, Adam gets to know terrible news where he faces a dilemma to share with his family.

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The successive switch between Livia’s and Adam’s points of view fabricated engrossment and gave enough space to understand both the characters. Even though I could anticipate what would come next, I was drawn into the narrative. Paris writing worked for me. I somehow knew where the story was heading but it has that compelling quick pace making one turn the pages in haste. I enjoyed the fast pace and the ambivalence that came with the circumstances. However, I felt that a few accounts were unnecessarily pulled, where it could have been cut short.

Overall, The Dilemma was an enjoyable and unputdownable read for me. I would recommend it for its genuine characters, fast-paced, and engaging narrative. I’m sure you won’t be able to put down this heartbreaking book on family drama.

Have you happened to read this book? Or thinking of it lately?

Do share your thoughts in the comments below.

 

-Harshita

Title: The Dilemma

Author: B A Paris

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Publishing Date: June 2020

My Rating: 3.5 stars

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