Bestseller by Ahmad Faiyaz

How does a book become bestseller? Do you know what process happens,the scrutiny,the planning etc.

This book can explain all of that. Bestseller is about Zorah and Akshay, belonging to a publishing house, Defunct Literary magzine. They were on the verge of shutting down.

Will it shut down? Will they produce a bestseller? To know all these, you need to read the book.

The blurb says it is unputdownable and that is true. The twists make it a nail-biter.

The characters are well planned. The story built up is great, adding layers to the narration.

I expected drama and that was just in the proper amount with emotions.

The book was fun and interesting for me.

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The Modern Day Hindu by Nikhil Chandwani

I have read many mythology and religious books, but I quite like this one.

It is crystal clear from the name that the book speaks about Hinduism with a modern approach.

I wasn’t expecting such a plot but I was amazed by it. The plot is very refreshing. The seven spheres, the references author made to everyday life like music or science is just apt.

The narration is deep, as in the words are superficial, you have to read between the lines.

The motivation part is good but got a bit boring at some points.

The flow and language are both good.

Overall, a great book to learn Hinduism from a different point of view.

3/5

Dharmendra by Rajiv Vijaykar

I have always been a huge fan of Dharmendra. I have seen sholay many times, just because of Amit ji and Dharmendra ji.

I never thought that i will read a book on his life.

The book is detailed with his personal and professional life. His family being traditional, his marriage at the age of 19 and then getting married to Hemaji, his rising to be the superstar of bollywood.

The narration is just awesome. The cover is pretty. The dialogues and the memories about his movies, his experiences is just breath taking.

The expected more insights in his life, some more acknowledging aspects.

3/5

Mysterious 4:30 am.. When it happened by Nitin Sharma

Blurb-
Every love story is inspired by another love story, but this love story is a distinct one which is inspired by its own…! “That day in the business economy of the flight I saw you for the first time, which was the most precious moment of my life and has been preserved in my eyes, in my heart, in my soul and in my thoughts. Ill not say that you were looking gorgeous coz…” Love stories are immortal, they never succumb to time. In fact, they are always meant to be forever. This story is also a kind of such endeavour. A Mysterious amalgamation of Real love, Destinys Unfavourable decisions, Unexpected turning points and A sweet love story of Shilpi Sanghi and Harsh Vardhan Singhania. I hope, its glow will illuminate the paths of young lovers and will remain alive forever in the deep thoughts of true lovers…!!

My take

This was an indulging book.

The story of Harsh and Shilpi, is very cute filled with love but their are also twists.

The decisions of their lives are unpredictable. With all those turns, the love story blossomed.

The plot was adventurous with full on drama and a bit filmy.

Author has done a great job with narration and the language of the plot.

Blurb and cover could have been better.

3/5

Done with her by Chirasree Bose

I must say the blurb goes well with the book. A good short read with just 50 pages. Finished it in an hour.The cover could have been better.
The plot is to the point, the author has avoided unnecessary plot buildup. The element of thrill is present. It should have been more.
The characters are all blended with each other. Author has kept the characters real.
The narration has a grip and it is impressive.
The end could have been better.

3/5

Done with her by Chirasree Bose

I must say the blurb goes well with the book. A good short read with just 50 pages. Finished it in an hour.The cover could have been better.

The plot is to the point, the author has avoided unnecessary plot buildup. The element of thrill is present. It should have been more.

The characters are all blended with each other. Author has kept the characters real.

The narration has a grip and it is impressive.

The end could have been better.

3/5

Divyastra by Nimish Tanna

This book is one of a kind. I loved the fact that it revolves around Indian mythology.

Narration is multi-dimensional. Many perspectives make a good story.

The cover goes with the plot aptly. Blurb doesn’t match the story.

The plot had a good flow and at only one point I found it draggy. (between some chapters there were unnecessary descriptions).

Mythology meets fiction makes a story irresistable for me. I finished the book in a go. ‘Divyastra’ means a weapon that controls destruction and is much needed.

3/5