Monday, 2 October 2017

Spotlight: THE UNTOLD STORY BY RIDHI DROLIA



THE UNTOLD STORY
by
Ridhi Drolia



Blurb

Love comes in different forms. But in all its forms, it comes with various challenges. Only those who can combat those challenges are true lovers. 

The Untold Story is the tale of Vihaan and Riaa. Vihaan falls for Riaa’s charms at first sight and brings to her life crazy adventures and madness. They soon emerge as two hearts with one soul and their intimate fantasies begin to unravel in exotic places. 

Their bond experience more downs than ups. These unexpected twists and turns bring Vihaan and Riaa closer and their romantic tale turn into one of lifetime bonding. 

The story takes a drastic turn after the lovely couple is blessed with a baby boy. It should be a joyous moment, but instead, haunting memories of Vihaan’s own childhood break out as a fresh wound in his mind. 

Read the novel to know what could make a father unhappy in the happiest moment of his life and how he combats his fear. 

Caution: The story is totally addictive and may arouse your sexual urge.


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Ridhi Drolia


In the author's own words:

"The passion of writing is deep rooted in my blood. 

After completing my Global Business Management certification from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, I joined hands with a few of my friends to start my first venture. 

Post my stint with the venture, I engaged myself in my lovely family life and now I present to you the author in me."

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Monday, 28 August 2017

Book Review : Quarter Life Crisis by Anshuk Attri

Book: Quarter Life Crisis

Author: Anshuk Attri

Publisher: Maple Press

Price: 225

Pages: 304


Blurb:

I am Prachur, a twenty-three year old guy from Shimla and I want to tell you my story. I don’t claim that my life is particularly worth reading, especially the first twentyone years. But things did become interesting by the time I came to finish my degree in engineering. At the time I was like every other guy of my age — pretentious and clueless about my future. I loathed the very idea of a mundane job. I felt that my lack of clarity about my future was my biggest problem. Imagine what I felt when I found out that Neera, my girlfriend, was pregnant! Quarter life Crisis is the story of my coming of age and my quest for happiness.

Review:

Quarter Life crisis is a book that was held together by some strong and powerful voices of characters. The story is nothing different from other romances in market but it has a subtle hint of maturity which sometimes even good books lack. I don’t read much of romance because they all end in the same alley but then sometimes what is the harm in visiting old paths just to reminiscence some fade touch of giddiness and blush.

The book has a very mediocre setting but in a good way. The best part is the way everything sums up to make this book. The topics are touchy mind you but there is no hint of vulgarity which people these days take as literature and put in their books. There was just a story in this, just a simply nicely woven story. And that is why reading experience was good though not best.

The blurb and cover doesn’t go hand in hand. On one hand the blurb attracts you but then when you complete the book and think about the title and the cover of the book you feel foolish for expecting something different and getting something else.

I loved the setting of the book, the background setting, and the areas where the story is set but at some points it is way too much. And I also felt at some points that there was no need of dragging the story this much. The book could have been wrapped in fewer words, in fewer settings but then author needed to engage the readers for a bit longer which made me yawn at certain points, which is indeed not a good sign.


Overall, the book was a good, light and not very fast read for me. The characters were great; the setting was nice, the story was mature but also seems heard at certain points. I can recommend this book to those who are in light reading but if you are searching for a different story this book is not for you.

About the author:

Anshuk is a twenty-six year old aspiring author with a postgraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Technical University of Catalonia, Spain. Inspired by the works of Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, George Orwell and Seneca, he hopes to find his place in the world of literature as a professional writer.


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