It Happens for a Reason Paperback – 10 Dec 2014
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Let me start by referring it a masterpiece to one s collections out of all the novels written by preeti shenoy. It is written so well and connects chapter by chapter. You can feel the love, You can feel the pain, You feel so connected with it and it seems like its happening in front of your eyes. Each relationship of Vee is written marvellously whether its with Suchi or Aryan or Ankush or above all the dogs. When you read and come across the disease, school, location or something which you might not relate to your day to day life, is so very well explained. This keeps you glued to the book. This shows how much efforts you have put in for us to understand and keep reading. Preeti, you have been a wonderful writer and its keep on getting better to the best you wrote earlier. I just love reading your novels. Keep writing, Keep inspiring. God Bless you..!!! Waiting for the next. --Arpit Shah Jan 4, 2015
If you write from your heart , you can make a beautiful story out of the people around you and the things you see everyday and Preeti Shenoy does exactly that. She is a master storyteller. IN IHFAR Preeti tells the story of Vee and how she transforms from a 18 year old moony-eyed teenager to a baddass single mom. Each character from Vee's life is unique and interesting. Some books can be judged by their covers and when you start reading IHFAR you know the cover does justice to the story. The ride is indeed spectacular. A must read --Rupalim Feb 21, 2015
About the Author
Preeti Shenoy is a bestselling Indian author. She is best known for her romantic novels including Life Is What You Make It, 34 Bubble gums and Candies and Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake. A sociology graduate, she has since figured on the Forbes List of the 100 most influential celebrities of India in 2013.
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Once Again, thanks madam for giving us some extraordinary literary works..!
I give this book 4.25*. I want to give it 4.5* or more but because I feel Preeti Shenoy has just repeated herself again and not done something very new. I have already read a story from her where a mother is a single parent to her child and struggles to earn for him. I have already read in another book how a married lady gets back to her teen love/husband. I wished if a new base could have been used for this one but I'm still more than impressed. This book is a soul in itself. And if you haven't read Preeti Shenoy still, you will rate this book no less than 4.75*. Just do read this book. I felt so much love and respect for my mother after reading it. All thanks to Preeti mam for making me get into the shoes of all the women in my life and think about how they think of life. Only you can do this. EACH AND EVERY TIME. RESPECT!
The plot is about a girl of rich parents forming a not so happy family, chooses to become a model and then an unwed mother against the wishes of her parents. Then she brings up her baby boy singlehandedly and finally once again meets the father of her boy. After some twists and turns lamely settles down with him. A happy ending deliberately imposed.
The book has a easy flow and the reader keeps turning pages, but there are some lengthy monotonous narrations towards the middle of the book that act as a drag. The book picks up after her son Aryan decides to go and meet his father. The climax is well managed and ends on a predictable note. There are a few emotional passages in between.
The main protagonist of the novel Vipasha is not a very strong character and keeps dangling aimlessly trying to find herself. I expect a female author to devise better and more powerful female characters. The lame and laid back approach of the protagonist Vipasha towards the father of her son in the climax fell short of expectations. Any girl who has undergone all this will never settle with her ex so easily. Time should have hardened her and extreme level of conflict could have been generated here to thrill the readers. The thread of Saurabh was wasted. Vipasha should have got involved with Saurabh when Ankush returns and this triangle with Aryan in centre should have lead to a challenging climax.
On the whole the book is enjoyable.
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