A Big Splash is a heartwarming and inspiring story of Dhivya, a young girl who discovers her passion for swimming and makes new friends.
The author skillfully depicts the struggles and pleasures of following a sport in a rural Indian setting and the value of friendship and family. The characters are believable and easy to connect with, and the writing is clear and captivating.
I liked how the author mixed facts and fiction to create a vivid picture of life in Siruganpur and the world of competitive swimming. I also enjoyed the humour and the cultural references that added flavour to the story. The only thing I disliked was that the ending felt rushed and abrupt. I wish the author had shown more of Dhivya’s experiences and how she adapted to the new situations in her life.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars because it was an enjoyable and uplifting read that made me smile and cheer for Dhivya. Anyone who likes stories about sports, friendship, and overcoming difficulties will enjoy this book.
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