You are my inspiration! A funky love story...
K Anantharaman

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The story revolves around young Keshav Iyer, living in the Metro city of Delhi pursuing Philosophy (Honours). He chooses to improve the society through his writing. It happens … that he falls for Mitali Johar (MiJo), his beautiful classmate. However, his new editor friend and neighbour Shreya Desai gets closely acquainted to him.

When Keshav tops his fifth semester Mitali gets impressed and they get closer. Keshav and MiJo get selected for the prestigious YCP (Young Congress of Philosophy) debate competition but he decides to give the opportunity to her to get on with his passion for writing.

His life takes nasty turns when he goes to Padmanabh Tiwari for publishing his novel and gets blackmailed. When he relates his decision of dropping YCP chance and his interest of being a writer to his parents, they too misunderstood him.

Situations worsen when Mitali dumps Keshav for Priyanshu, their junior who coincidentally turns out to be the son of Padmanabh Tiwari. Losing all hope, dejected and under the effect of vodka that night he calls out to God.

A divine moment follows when a little boy Kris brings him back from the depth of miseries and turns him into an optimistic person. Shreya edits his novel and his life as well to such an extent that they become inseparably one in love.

Difficulties still emerge as Padmanabh and his son comes after him to destroy all the evidence that Keshav managed through a sting operation.

He proves to himself that taking on those pains and struggles in life cheerfully is the only way to live one’s life to its fullest!

Enduring all those hurdles he succeeds in fulfilling his dreams.

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Maneesh

I could not go beyond the first few pages. There are too many errors and the book needs a thorough grammar and spelling check.

Jun 08 '15
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Teja Srinivas

NOthing left to imagination.

Apr 04 '15
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pandustar

The story line seemed fine at a glance - however the story just keeps going around and around and around and around and around and around....
Wasn't that irritating?
Well that was how your book felt. Try making it relevant and interesting because the story idea in your head has potential.
Don't let this review put you down - make use of it's negativity to improve.
All the best!

Apr 01 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

I can't complete the book as a whole. Its soooooo lengthy and boring. Very dramatic conversations and the characters act as pure philosophers by their dialogues. The Author must edit the manuscript completely and create the Prologue short and sweet which is very lengthy. Author's writing style is professional and the Language is better but should have avoided using some day-to-day words which doesn't suit while writing.

Jan 12 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

The beginning was fine. The writing style is something that needs to be worked upon. I couldn't connect with the characters, there dialogues seemed very formal and unreal, that is not how normal people talk in normal situations. There were some grammatical errrors too. May be, if the author could edit the manuscript, make the narration more interesting and the dialogues more realistic (language and tone wise), the book would do well. All the best!

Jan 10 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

#Admin, please do something about it. Why can't I edit my comment/review? Plus, the 'enter' thing, the comment/review gets posted as soon as we press 'enter'. Thank you. :-)

Jan 10 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

errors*

Jan 10 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

their dialogues*

Jan 10 '15
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Aviral Singh

The story is too descriptive and forbids the reader to imagine anything. Everything has been given in so much detail that after a point of time it becomes very boring to read. Like for instance : conversation between Mitali and Keshav in the examination hall was so lengthy, despite Invigilator's presence that any reader would start questioning the credibility of the scene. I think the author got carried away too much into the philosophy and that is why rambled a lot about everything. If you are writing fiction, write it in a believable, yet , interesting way. There is no need to describe everything. The scene with the Dog, Bruno, seemed exaggerated and similarly was the following scene between Shreya and Keshav. Remember, imagination is good, but to put forth the unthinkable and something that doesn't happen that regularly you have to discover a writing style that would give some credibility to the story. My intention is not to discourage you, but to bring out the best in you. May be, my comments, will help you in some way or the other. All the best..!

Jan 06 '15
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