“”It’s Got to be Love” by Prashant Kaul is an elementary love story with amalgamation of a lot of emotions!
It’s a straightforward tale revolving around the protagonist Dev and his buddies Amrish and . The love of his life Vani comes into picture and will he get her in the end?
Inspite of the simplicity the of plot, there are a lot of complications which are highlighted wonderfully in the story.
The language is easy and lucid with a bit hurried narration. However, the characterization is done quite well and I found all the characters relatable. Also, the depiction of love, friendship and hardships is remarkable!
Nevertheless, the grammatical and punctuation errors were many. Owing to that, I would like to rate the book as 3.4 out of 5. Recommend to all romance lovers.
“The Hidden Spark” by Vikas Trivedi and Smita Agarwal is a self – help and inspirational book.
The book is capable of igniting ‘The Hidden Spark’ inside all it’s readers. The book talks about various ways of achieving success and happiness in all rounds of life, positive thinking, power of subconscious mind, strength of visualization, methods and techniques to achieve them and the success stories of various people, the readers, who have benefitted from the wisdom and practical knowledge of the authors!
The book is quite well written, with an organised way of presenting the ideas and techniques, motivational thoughts and quotations and tales of success at the end of each chapter. The thoughts and ideas presented by the authors are indeed commendable!
The language is easy, smooth and perfectly understandable with a few grammatical errors, and a great style of writing.
The cover is attractive, title catchy and motivational with a short, concise and crisp blurb.
I would like to rate it as 4 out 5 owing to the grammatical and printing errors.
A must read for everyone as the book has a lot to offer it’s readers.
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“Zero Debt : Break the Debt Cycle and Reclaim Your Life” by Neeraj Deginal is a remarkably well written book!
It’s a wonderful guide to manage personal finances and lead a stress free life on account of financial outcomes.
The book deals with various experiences of the author throughout his life and the lessons learned from them thereby, guiding the readers about practical and effective ways to manage personal finances.
The author talks about why and how modernization is leading to increasing debt cycles, more and more credit to maintain social status and methodologies to overcome it.
It’s a fine book, written in an easy and lucid language, with an appropriate sequencing of his experiences and lessons learned and ways to deal with debt and live a life free from worries about financial expenses.
Overall, I would like to rate it as 4.2 out of 5. Certainly recommend to everyone who would like to learn financial management from a basic level!
“Once in a Lifetime Happens Again” by Lovely Kumari is predictable, relatable and a light-headed read!
The plot revolves around a teenage boy Ashwin who falls head over heels in love with someone however, his love goes unrequited and the cycle proceeds again!
The storyline is usual and typically teenage romantic fiction. The narration is fine except for countless grammatical and punctuation errors. It distracts the readers quite often.
The language is easy and flowy with a strong characterization. However, at places I felt the book lacked depth but it’s an entertaining read nevertheless.
The title is interesting and catchy, drawing the readers towards itself but the cover is attractive though somewhat misleading.
I would like to rate it as 3 out of 5. Recommend to all the readers who’d like to read light, one time teenage romance…
“Colours of Passion” by Sourabh Mukherjee is an intriguing, suspenseful and page turning novel which makes the readers’ heart palpitate with thrill and excitement!
With an exceptionally well crafted plot loaded with elements of mystery, suspense, drama and emotions, the book becomes hard to put down. The plot revolves around murder mystery of an actress Hiya Sen, her husband Manav Chauhan, who happens to be an industrialist, Agni who is investigating her case and other interesting characters like Neha Awasthi, Rituja Bose etc who add sheen to the storyline.
It’s an extremely gripping story with twists and turns at each corner, leaving the readers craving for more. The narration is fluent with easy, lucid language and great characterisation.
The cover and blurb of the book are eye-catching, interest arousing and upto the mark. I found the title quite apt and justified.
Overall, it’s a great book which will entertain you to the core apart from making a lasting impression on your hearts!
I would like to rate it as 4.1 out of 5! Certainly recommend.
“Equations of a being: A being who gathered moss” by Ashutosh Gupta is a wonderfully crafted piece of art!
With an exceptionally well written thoughts in the form of quotations and verses, this book is bound to leave you spellbound. The book traverses trajectory of different stages of author’s life in a deep, subtle and insightful way.
It’s a masterpiece which can be read again and again leaving the readers craving for more. The language used by the author is beautiful with a great selection of words. The author has penned down earnest and profound thoughts criss-crossing his mind in a limited amount of words.
In the beginning I couldn’t understand where the author was leading, however, eventually the heart touching verses and quotes satiated my desire to read a wonderful piece of literature!
I found the cover to be eye-catching, interesting and expressive with a blurb that will make you pick up the book immediately. The title is quite apt and precise.
Overall, I would like to rate the book as 4.5 out of 5.0
Certainly recommend to all literature lovers out there!
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“The Writer’s Bloom” by Neha Katyal is magnificent work of fiction which takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of emotions, adventure, intrigue and inspiration!
The plot revolves around the protagonist Saanvi who takes part in a writing extravaganza which is an initiative taken by a renowned scientist and author to find answers to his deep and moral questions about life! The protagonist finds her virtue, her pursuit in the journey of writing for the extravaganza.
It’s a beautiful piece of work containing an infusion of emotions, suspense, romance and adventure. A page turning read with deep and insightful thoughts and words.
However, the philosophy preached by author might seem a little too stretched to some readers, nevertheless, it simply inspired and gripped me completely.
I would like to rate it as 4.0 out of 5.0
“When God Bribed a Sailor” by Shalabh Bansal is a masterpiece!
One of the most beautiful, gripping and inspiring tale I’ve read in recent times! The plot revolves around the protagonist Kishaant who is enticed by Merchant Navy. His past life and background is narrated by Kishaant himself in a flowy manner where the readers get to know him better.
He endures many hardships during his course, however, the the twist comes when God Almighty meets him!
At this point, Tasha, a lovely and relatable character comes into picture and Kishaant falls for her. Their unique, pure and awe-inspiring love story begins, engaging and enthralling the readers immensely.
The book is brimming with love, pain, revenge, forgiveness and dark, deep secrets which are highlighted wonderfully.
The title of the book is quite different and raises curiosity among the readers.Read the book to know why “God Bribed a Sailor”!
The cover is eye-catching and interesting with a mediocre blurb.
On the downside, the books contains grammatical errors and punctuation mistakes, with ill-structured sentences and a few too long chapters.
I would like to rate it as 4 out of 5. Recommend to all the readers out there!
“Brahmahatya” by Rajiv Mittal is a strong yet gentle novel. It’s different, unique and out of the box plot engrossed me throughout the read!
The plot revolves around Ravi, who is avenging his father’s death by impersonating him.
The characters are portrayed beautifully and I was enticed by Bhavna’s character immensely.
The emotions of love, hatred, sadness, despair were brought out effectively. Moreover the author has vividly narrated the story with fluency. The language is indeed commendable with a wonderful vocabulary.
The engrossing part of the book is it’s religious and ancient approach where the author has tried to connect present day characters with Indian Mythology by quoting various Sanskrit scriptures and shlokas! It gave a deeper, meaningful approach to the novel.
Also, the social message the book has tried to convey touched my heart.
However, at places the book became a little monotonous and disinteresting. But, it was a great read all in all with a catchy and attention catching title- Brahmahatya…
I would like to rate the book as 4.1 out of 5.
Certainly recommend to all the readers out there!