Tied Up - A Threaded Bond
Anu

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Girl meets boy, meet cute, and love happens...only for the girl. The boy is ambivalent and the girl is desperate. Set in the background of early 90's Chennai, love blossoms in the heart of a the innocent Kittu for her sweetheart Puneet. In a moment of weakness and at an attempt to make friends Kittu ties Rakhi to Puneet instantly regretting the action. The tied up knot takes her through a roller coaster life till she finally meets her perfect match.

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Maneesh

An average story which could not keep me interested or engaged.

Jun 06 '15
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Damini Majumdar

A standard beginning, I'd say. A little slow paced, I felt, but otherwise the changes in family life and personal life of kittu are well explained. I'm particularly curious about this Vinod guy and Seenu. Seems like it's going to be an interesting story with friendship and family playing vital roles. Three chapters are too short to judge a book but perhaps this one will be worth reading till the end.

Apr 28 '15
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Suman Chhabria Addepalli

While at the moment - formatting is an issue - The story seems to be partly an growing-up years memoir. The charm of the book is also tremendously helped by the wittiness of the writer, especially when tackling a plot line that is basically going to lead into a problem (tying the rakhi). The characters too appear to be real and believable, and make you empathetic towards the authors travails : of a new girl, in a new school.
Overall, I judge the book to be of a high standard.

Mar 04 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Bad editing job was a huge put off. Could not get through past the first page.

Feb 25 '15
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megha bansal

I like the character build up. Waiting to read all of it. Some editing woukd help tighten the story up.

Feb 04 '15
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pandustar

good storyline but you desperately need an editing job on it. If the story does not get published you can always sell this manuscript off as a movie - it has the potential to be a winner.

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vino

Nice work by the author. I could totally relate to it. Read more and Write more Anu. Good Luck.

Jan 15 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

I like what I read so far. I think those who've had to change schools a lot would relate more to the detailing. The good part about the writing style of the author is that it has a well maintained flow, is fairly interesting (I found the girl trying to fit in or understand her surroundings interesting, I mean that part of the book, not specifically the girl) and genuine. Like others said, there are some errors (grammar, language or typos), but that's not a problem as far as you have a nice story to tell. All the best to the author.

Jan 14 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

The Genre of the book is good and especially the plot. But the language is not so great. I see there are lots of grammatical errors, punctuations, typo errors etc., in the script which has to be addressed. If the Author re-do the entire script and re-publish then it can be considered for reading.

Jan 12 '15
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Aviral Singh

The story is okay and, i feel, has a potential to be made much better if a little bit of rewriting and editing is done. I liked the complications portrayed after changing the school, other than that, nothing could hold my attention. There were a few minor errors as well. I would suggest rereading and rewriting to author, cos it has potential to be made better.

Jan 10 '15
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Aviral,

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