Brake Free
Neha Nayak

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Synopsis

‘Who said life takes a still stand after breakup or a divorce. It all depends on ‘You’. You can sulk in the quick sand of depression for a stint of your life or turn your mood into a new leaf to begin a happening, meaningful life and gain inner peace.’

Noya, on the day of her divorce embarks on a spiritual tour to four destinations, each in one corner of India. During the journey, she encounters Rajbir multiple times. She tries to keep herself away from him but unfortunately she falls into trouble in the journey and fortunately he was always there for her. Later they meet at her NGO opening ceremony in Goa, and so he is not a stalker after all. He then extends his friendship to her on various occasions but Noya is tangled in her own web of emotions, the pothole of depression which is the outcome from her marriage with Prakrit, a guy whom she had met during her college days.

Noya, after returning from Goa to her home realizes that she has not behaved well with Rajbir and contacts him to compensate for her unruly behaviour.Then she gets to know Rajbir is about to marry. She still feels bad on her actions and decides to go to Goa and give him the friendship of hers which he deserves. While in Goa, she gets to know that 'Niti' the girl whom he has planned to marry is in actual a money freak love imposter who has played the love interest of many rich guys, only to dump them after looting them out of their money. She decides to reveal Niti's intentions in front of Rajbir but all that emerges is the entire world thinking that its actually Noya who loves him and so is trying to break the bond between them.

Will Noya realize her feelings for Rajbir and will they be able to escape societal pressures long enough to unite?

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pandustar

Sheer waste of ten minutes. You need to write to an audience if you ever want your manuscript to be published. The word play was not well done - do not use words just because you know them, they have to have some context to the story line
The character build up which I felt would happen did not happen at least in these sample chapters. The story line lacks any kind of interest - play on creating some noise and you may have a winner on your hand.
All the best.

Apr 06 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Bland story line and not well executed.

Mar 25 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Neha,

Innocence of the words popped out and made me happy. Please keep writing. All the best.

warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 17 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

The fact that the girl met the guy again and again didn't bother me as much as the fact that I could predict that the girl was going to meet the guy again and again after the second meeting. It would have been nice if there was some magical (eternal kinda) love story (like Lord Shiva and Godess Lakshmi were conspiring to unite them or just playing around and laughing everytime they met) or may be a little more practical one (like the guy was actually after the girl's money and he was stalking her or trying to gain her trust). I don't know, I just feel like the meetings had to be justified, or maybe because I could only read three chapters. I liked the part where the girl is clueless as to what to tell the South Indian family about their relationship. But when the family asks if they were friends, they deny and then the boy himself says that they were good friends, didn't get this part. I'm a fan of this genre and I wish the meetings could be justified and restricted to two to three times. All the best.

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Niyati Shinde

Although I liked the synopsis, i did not enjoy reading the story. The tenses tend to get mixed up and the storyline is a little predictable. However, if the author adds a few twists and works on the editing, it will be a great book :-) Good Luck...

Dec 09 '14
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Damini Majumdar

One word to describe the book - PREDICTABLE. You read the first chapter and you'll get the hint what's in store for you in the rest of the story. The plot is pretty unrealistic too (how do you end up meeting the same guy time and again? In same trains and even in adjacent berths. Really?).
It may sound rude but both the plot material and the narration need much improvement. (There are a few grammatical mistakes as well- like use of past and present tense simultaneously in consecutive sentences)
All the best to the author for her future writings though. :)

Dec 07 '14
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Sarang Kawade

The story is too predictable within the first three chapters itself. And not a novel concept either. Writing was easy-going, pleasant, I felt.

Dec 06 '14
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ashwin chavan

The writer needs to spend some time in reading the genre in which she writes..! The writing style seems undeveloped and bland..!

Nov 30 '14
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Aviral Singh

Immature writing..!

Nov 28 '14
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kokila

It's so interesting. Waiting to read more.keep going Neha.

Nov 26 '14
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Abhishek Srivastava

very interesting. way to go

Nov 26 '14
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Abhishek Srivastava

correct the character names

Nov 26 '14
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