Seven Knocks
Neha Nayak

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A 9-year-old Syna is quite sceptical when her parents have to shift from London to India. She shares her apprehensions with John, her best friend, during the school farewell party, about how her cousins in India do not even know what a doughnut is!

As a 14-year-old, Syna settles in India and loves being in her country. Gradually, as part of the education lifecycle and parents push and thrust, she gets through IIT and ISB.

Now, the story takes a twist, while she is pursuing her MBA, when over four consecutive days, she encounters Rehan, an established, ambitious and handsome actor. She has a big time crush on him, just as any girl has on an actor. After MBA, Syna gets a job, only to realize that her feelings are charged up again, after she meets Rehan...again!

All goes well in their respective lives until some incidents gets Rehan and Syna together. And after this, is life a fairy tale or a nightmare? This is the story of the twists and turns, a roller coaster ride of a common girl, who has an actor as a BF. Why have gender discrimination? Also a roller coaster ride for the actor, who has a common girl as his GF.

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pandustar

The book might have potential, however you need to get this edited a.s.a. p if you want to get somewhere in the publishing world:
1. Do not put bullet points within your chapter
2. Do not use corporate name unless you have permission to do so e.g you have used Standard Chartered bank. If you don't have permission and the name is used in a negative context be prepared to get sued
3. Don't use so many instances within brackets. A couple during the entire book will do - not a couple within a paragraph
4. Do not stretch words for no reason e.g wowwwwwwwwwwww and chillllllllllll - look how irritating it is when used like this.

If you have only written this story for the heck of it then you can ignore the above points - and that too these were noted while scanning your story quickly.

Apr 01 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Appalling.

Mar 07 '15
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Jyoti mundey

Had there been an option of zero star i would have given it. I think BGB should review and upload books. One of the horrible stuffs I have read in my life..!

Jan 06 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

It was light and entertaining. Liked the writing style and the fact that it generated curiosity in me. But that was it, there was nothing to feed the curiosity. As a reader, I couldn't connect with/relate to any of the characters. I continued reading nevertheless, as it wasn't boring and I was waiting for a love story or at least a story to begin.

Dec 16 '14
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Remesh

It was mildly entertaining....

Dec 16 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

this appears like a first draft...it requires a lot of rewriting and editing...also the passage of time is not clear...u get confused where is she and then u just skim through without paying attention to the time and place she is in...also there are a lot of adjectives used which makes it difficult to visualise while reading hence does not connect with the reader....i wish there was a little hint towards who she falls in love with...

Dec 15 '14
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