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The Guardian Angels Paperback – 2013
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Rohit Gore is a graduate in engineering and also holds an MBA from S.P. Jain Institute. He has been involved with the I.T. industry for more than a decade. His greatest passion is writing and regularly contributes to many online blogs and forums. Focus Sam was his first published novel.
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Adi Mehta is the son of a billionaire. He has always been an outcast because of his social status. Adding to that is his shy nature which makes him seem always out of reach to the others. Except to Radha, of course. I really liked Adi. He was a genuinely nice guy but he failed to understand Radha completely. But I guess that was a part of the pull which binds them together.
Then there's Radha. She is fiery and passionate about life and her beliefs. Willing to fight where she think injustice has been rendered. She wants to bring about a change in the country. Radha was not a typical heroine. She was no damsel in distress and that's what I loved about her.
We get to see the lives of Adi and Radha through two decades. It is easy to see how they always gravitate towards each other in their thoughts. What starts as friendship in their childhood soon becomes something more which neither of them are ready to put a name to. I loved the banter between Adi and Radha. There was this passion in their exchange. There was no Adi without Radha and vice versa.
Rohit Gore's writing style is easy and engaging. It was very easy to fly through the pages. The only thing which bothers me is that I wanted Adi and Radha to fight harder for each other. They gave up too easily but I guess you cannot avoid the inevitable. Still, I think it would have been worth it. And so very cryptically, I'm going to end my review here. Overall, The Guardian Angels was a very good read.
*Note:The book was received as part of Reviewers Programme on The Tales Pensieve.
In one sentence, this book tells the love story of the two protagonists – son of a billionaire and the daughter of a socialist. The first reaction may be – what’s new to that? There are millions of copies of love stories being sold all over the world and recently more so in the Indian market. Plus the rich guy and poor girl formula has been way overused in Bollywood. So what’s new, you may ask…
For starters, the protagonists – Adi and Radha. They are strong and loveable. They are ordinary and just two random faces in the crowd and that my friend actually makes them stand apart. While the protagonists of other stories are reaching out to the stars, seeing ghosts of their loved ones, finding love a second or third time and justifying their bond through sex on pages… Adi and Radha are one of us regular people with a bond that seems to be lost in this century. And I love that! In this commercial times where kissing and messing around have become the face of love and romance, they share a bond so pure and emotional that it cannot fail to touch your heart. The author’s writing style is refreshing too. He brings class to simple language that is easy to get into. He narrates the story so well, that by the time you turn the last page you are left wanting to know more about these two people who suddenly feel like they have been a part of your life for ages.
So really, well developed characters and excellent narration of an emotionally charged, well developed characters make this story a wonderful experience!
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