- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Good Times Books Pvt. Ltd.; 2013 edition (2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 938061960X
- ISBN-13: 978-9380619606
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,78,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Book: A Cocktail of Love Love... Ever or Never ? Its a common riddle with every virgin teenage heart. A riddle that becomes a nightmare upon first break-up. Rajeev, a regular teenager with charming looks, is extremely in love with his school days. His life revolves around his buddies and on-stage activities at school. Life changes when love sneaks in, like a perfect example of love-at-first-sight. After a lot of messed up thoughts he submits his heart to Payal, his junior and a girl of pristine beauty. Love becomes the only reality in his material world, and to survive in this reality, Payal becomes his necessity. But misunderstandings, honed by mistrust, consume his relation. Alcohol, in no time, consumes him. An emotionally broken Rajeev finds his solace in bottles and babes that happen to cross his way. Bottles to ease the ache, babes to fill the space; he recognises no love, no emotions, no friendship... nothing. Can a completely shattered guy realise the opportunity when love knocks again? Or will he let it pass like other times? About the Author: Mayank Sharma Mayank Sharma aka Mak Vashi was born in a small village of Rajasthan. He was brought up in Nagda, a small town in Madhya Pradesh and started his schooling from one of the eminent schools in town, The Aditya Birla Public School. After his schooling days, he carried on with his graduation in Commerce, but soon his desire to redefine Love and Life weakened his interest in bookish knowledge. He acquired a lot of work experience in different fields and various people during his years of graduation. But his inability to verbally express his emotions effectively brought him closer to writing poems at first. Upon being encouraged and appreciated by people around him, he gave a serious thought to writing a novel. It would serve as a medium to express his thoughts and feelings to the people of his own age group. You might often hear him speak as his favourite song goes, "Words are all I have to take y
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Instead of touching several related genres, the plot is focused mostly on the relationship part and the emotions that come with the lead character. If you know Vashi (Mayank Sharma), the author, he is a poet and it's evident from his poems that
If you know Vashi (Mayank Sharma), the author, he is a poet and it's evident from his poems that he appreciates the complexity and bewilderedness of the human emotions. I loved how beautifully the story kept flowing. The narration is done in a natural way. I had a problem, at instances, with the editing part.
Oh, by the way, it's "Anyway" and not "Anyways". I found it somewhere in the book. I use this word quite often, so I correct people a lot about it.
I also liked the way the book is not written in a simplified manner. Rather, it's a mess of thoughts, sorted in a sequence and published on the paper. So, I found the reality touch of this fiction book quite commendable.
The language and vocabulary used are easy to follow.
If this is a fiction story, then i think the readers can detect the options of what would have happened next , but if this is a non fiction, then the readers better not assume what would have happened next but just wait for the next sequel of this book from this author.
I wonder if a guy can be soooo madly be in love with a girl even after learning about the girl's mindset and intentions and also the selfishness. Well, not sure if this can be a reality.