The Missed Call of My Life
Raj Sinha

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What happens when you badly crave for something and that keeps dodging you despite your tireless efforts? The same happened in Shiv's life; He failed consistently in CA exams, (It's probably the best introduction I can think of) Job interviews, his friendship with Prashant and Radhika. To the most he lost love of his life Tamanna. He had to face it all - overconfidence, rejection, fear, jealousy and the hard reality of life. Did he overcome the hurdles? Did his dreams ever turn into reality? And what happened when life suddenly took a wrong turn amidst of his dreams?

'The Missed Call of My Life' is a completed 60,600-word, young and romance fiction novel about a youth whom most of us would be able to resemble with. Set up against the backdrop of a BPO environment and on philosophy that life doesn't follow a set plan, it has its own course to follow. It's a story about love, friendship and volatile realities of life.

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Mar 08 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Good writing style but the story is not engaging enough. For example, there could have been more angst or tension between the protagonist and his father.

Mar 06 '15
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Aviral Singh

The narrative is simple and fair. But there are meanderings in between where the protagonist starts putting forth his opinions about everything eg: the tourists with heavy luggage, the frisking of celebs at the airport, the parent's whining about the result..these were the components that were a little annoying. Plus there is no differentiating factor from other authors like Ravinder Singh etc. the story line seems to be following the same type as narrated by Chetan Bhagat, Durjoy Datta etc. I would say it would be a good read for teenagers, a well read reader will surely look for something different, which was missing in the first three chapters. The chapters didn't bring forth any unknown idea or perspective, had it been addressed, it would have become better.

Feb 17 '15
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pandustar

Really nice looking narrative. Hope this gets published so that people can judge if the next big thing in literature has arrived.
I like the fact that the story line is fast paced and does not dwell too long on establishing the characters. Hopefully this will be the trend across the book.
All the best

Jan 29 '15
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Jyothi S.D

Cover page is creative. Storyline is good too. Breezy and casual read.

Nov 04 '14
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Amita Dokhale

Nice book for a beginner

Oct 18 '14
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Oct 04 '14
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Dee

Humorous and comforting as It was easy to read. Good start, I enjoyed reading, and waiting to read further.. You just need to do more, think differently, etc. and create more depth. Keep it coming and make it interesting..

Oct 01 '14
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Damini Majumdar

An average beginning. Its hard to judge a book by reading the first three chapters but the vibe I got from these few pages is not something extraordinary.
Shiv is a regular Indian guy who to his father's dismay fails to clear his CA examination even after several attempts and ends up in Delhi to work in a call center where his childhood friend Rohit works.
To be honest, I didn't find the writing 'humorous', it was rather cliched and failed to intrigue me. Couldn't decipher the object of the title and that leaves me curious (so does the first chapter and terms like "full and final settlement" and "The pink slip"). Maybe I'll read further to get the answers of those questions.

Sep 28 '14
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Sapna Bhattacharya

The number of pages uploaded are too less to figure out the mood of the story. I found the writing too cliched too....

Sep 25 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

Compliments for the cover page...Unfortunately the no of pages put up are way too less to judge it ...but whatever I have read I feel like reading more...simple language..simple story (till now)...characters are etched well...the flow of story is good...All the best!!

Sep 24 '14
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Ravish Dahiya

Very interesting style of writing. Loved it

Sep 22 '14
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Sep 18 '14
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Romil Javed

Nice start Bunty!
Dotted with good humour, but mostly pedestrian prose. :( I'd like to see more dark humour from you, dive in a bit deeper into this labyrinth called human mind - you got plenty to explore and long way to go. Hope you're not a Bhagat 'bhakt,' he's too cheesy.
Write more please. :)

Sep 18 '14
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itsmylyf

Someone may call this book simple, but for me it was like going down the memory lane. I connected to it totally and I guess it will reach out to the thousands of the youth working in BPOs. All the memories, right from the moment one goes thorough the selection procedure, naive and beaming with hopes. The ambiance, culture and the life once you become part of this world. And, somewhere in the busy world of BPOs, lots of love stories bloom. And this is one such story,unfolding just in the way they happen. Call my views biased, but for me its pure first hand experience being shared and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Sep 17 '14
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amar

I really like the way My Frnd -Aka -Shiv aka -R$%##&# Narrate the story irrespective of been a first time Writer I really enjoy his first few chapters..nd keen to read the entire Novel ...Specially my Appearance...

Sep 17 '14
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मयंक शेखर

The content is good but the style of writing needs to evolve.it is too colloquial and conversational to be a novel type read. It tends to be loose and I kind of lost the feel of reading a book at a lot of instances. It more felt like reading an essay than a novel. Grammatical errors need to be taken care of. Great work though. Keep it coming.

Sep 17 '14
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Neeraj Chauhan

Completely confused plot, seems the author has posted his daily diary as a book here. It entirely misses the nuances of story telling. Just another "run of the mill" kind of script

Sep 15 '14
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Nitin Bhandari

A simple narrative style, too few chapters available to be reviewed. still would like to read more.

Sep 14 '14
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Raj Sinha Follow

Nothing extraordinary about my personality except for my glasses lol . A simple guy next door types. Writing simple stories which everyone could relate to is my goal