Life's Status: it's Complicated!!!
Pallavi garg

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Born and brought up in an Indian family, the protagonist Mauli is a typical Indian youngster, trying to strike a balance between a control freak family and exploring the pleasures and pangs of love. Raised up to be obedient, well behaved and a polite girl all, she is ever tagged as is being disobedient, manner-less and outspoken. Amidst a frustrating web of embarrassing moments, curtailed freedom, dozens of advices, and endless matrimonial proposals, her sole relief is her neighbour Raghav whom she loves crazily. But what Mauli doesn’t know is that Raghav is not destined to be hers. When Raghav doesn’t echo the feelings she has, she drowns in his hangover and distances herself from love until an incredibly handsome guy, Madhav, joins her college as a faculty and rings love bells in her heart. Will Mauli find in Madhav, the love she had been desperately seeking for, or will there be another heart break in store for her?

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Sundari Venkatraman

It's nothing new; the usual story of young love. The author can improve her writing skills with a lot of practice and then will have a better manuscript is all I can say.

Dec 01 '15
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Khush Walia

Sep 11 '15
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Khush Walia

Please do get this book published. I can understand the happiness within an author, if her/his book gets published. Kindly give that happiness to all such authors. Please get this book published. Thanks.

Sep 12 '15
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Kinjal Garg

To begin on a positive note miss pallavi I really enjoyed the fact that I could easily associate with the types of incidents described and the peculiarities of our elders. Narration is witty as well as humorous. One thing I would like to suggest is that you need to polish the format of novel.

Aug 12 '15
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Priyank Saxena

Jul 07 '15
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pandustar

First of all I will not call it a book -its more of a rough draft because it is far from being labelled as a book.
Secondly I did not read the entire draft because the format just pisses you off. Bullet points, lengthy paragraphs,inverted commas where there shouldn't be any - the list is just endless
I suggest you work on the presentation and re upload this draft in six months time and hopefully people might just read the story of what it is.

Jun 24 '15
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Varchaswi

Let me also give the positive points first...... Your are bold enough to test yourself in the world of writing without the fear of being judged. It goes a long way.....You are good at writing subtext but that alone will not power up the story...Then let us go to the other parts....There is too much narrative...I was unable to understand the target audience and your vision for the book...But a good try...One of the many tips if your want to write a commercially successful book is to answer the question... Will any of the actors out there love to act the characters in your book..? Why..? Though this might not shape out in first three chapters.. It will act as a strong point to use in the sales pitch..

Jun 06 '15
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Surendra Mohanty

Let me start with the positives. A good plot with good potential for a captivating story. Sequence of events, description of minor incidents at home and at school are portrayed well and appear natural and realistic. The writing is garnished with humour.
Now with the parts that need improvement. The style of writing needs immense attention if you want to be published. Construction of sentences need a lot of attention. You need editorial help to iron out these flaws. The writing lacks maturity. Depth of emotional feelings of the characters is missing.

Jun 05 '15
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Rajan Manocha

The thought behind the book may have been good but this looks like a rough draft. It needs to be checked for grammar and spellings.

Jun 05 '15
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Deepak Kaul

I did not want to read beyond the first 2 pages. Maybe it is the genre. There are just too many thwarted love, eventually realised (or not) type manuscripts floating around.

Jun 05 '15
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