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The Crunch Factor Paperback – 10 Apr 2017
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About the Author
Andaleeb Wajid is the author of eight novels, including My Brother’s Wedding, More than Just Biryani, the Tamanna trilogy and When She Went Away. She is a full-time writer and facilitates several creative writing workshops across the country.
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1. Everything Mills and Boons should be banned in India and instead, young peeps should pick up Andaleeb's work. I refuse to call this a chic-lit. It has an interesting plot, proper sentences (how I pine for those in some authors' novels) and a decent vocab.
2. Andaleeb has her plot and pace on a tight leash. The novel is exactly the length it should be and doesn't encroach upon its own being.
1. Some parts feel with a little less conflict. The tension could have been mounted a bit much.
2. Well, I was really waiting for that confrontation scene between the heroine and her ex-fiancé.
MY SUGGESTION- Go for 'the crunch factor' if you feel like having a break on ur weekend.
I usually don't like mushy romances but Wajid wins all the time with me. Her books always leaves me with a feel good feeling about love, food and life in general.
The cover of this novel is so beautiful and this is the main reason why I picked this novel. But I wish this could be as beautiful as the cover photo of the novel. I am really disappointed with the characters of the novel and everything happening in the story. I thought it would be this cute romantic story like, really a love story not a lust story. I couldn’t relate to Aliya or to any other character of the story. The main character of the story is portrayed so dumb. I haven’t read a story where a female character is shown so dumb and aimless. And I have my reasons.
1. No girl will ever say ‘YES’ to a guy just because of him, you get to meet your idol. You are not marrying an idol but a man who is just a showoff.
2. EX means past and once the person is out of your life, you don’t accept that person at once but it takes time to build the trust again. It is so dumb to portray that a girl will accept the person again who don’t even apologize for the past. Girls are not so easy.
I couldn’t feel a beat for this love story because all I could see was lust and nothing. I just turned pages in a hope that story will take twists and turns and it would be fun but it disappointed me.
The only character that I could connect to is the supporting character (Amina Aunty). She is lively, humble, despite being a cooking star. She is a woman who has accepted the modern era and has always avoided bitchy gossips and bighead parties.
It’s a chick lit, a light, and a quick read. I don't even want to recommend this novel.
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