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Imperfect Misfits Paperback – 10 Dec 2017
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Devanshi Sharma is a young and dynamic author with three books to her credit, the latest being the hot-selling No Matter What I Do.
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Aakash dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian and Tiasha a well - known chef. Both of them pursues their dreams but there comes a point in their life when they fall for each other and that messes up situations for both, but for Tiasha more. She is kind of a girl who doesn't want to be Aakash's girlfriend but at the same time doesn't want anyone else to take that place. So the story continues and to find what lays ahead you must read the book.
Author has used very simple language in the book. She has also used Hindi words and sentences in the book which I think non - Hindi readers won't like or even understand. So it's a minus point. The cover page seems animated to me and I didn't like it much. I read the book in one go at the weekend and it was a nice time pass.
The story revolves around Tiasha and Aakash who are best of friends but poles apart . Aakash , on one hand , is very clear about his dream of becoming a stand up comedian while Tiasha is still struggling to figure our her real self . Where Aakash is matured and calm , Tiasha is child like and confused. But as said , opposites attract , Is there something more to this friendship of best friends ?
Will Love take over this friendship or will the promises of friendship remain forever ?
Are they imperfect misfits for each other ?
Grab this beautiful story to find out more.
The title , though Imperfect misfit , is completely perfect and intriguing . The cover is very bubbly and catchy and is a treat to eyes . Although I found the blurb very average . It could have been much better.
The plot of the story is good and the storyline is nice . I liked the characters of the novels and it was the characterisation that kept me hooked till the end . One can easily connect with all the characters . The narration is lucid and the language is simple . I loved the way food and delicious dishes are incorporated in the story . Also the interesting titles to each new chapter made it unputdownable .
The author's point of view in b/w the story was disturbing at times . It hampered the flow of reading . Also I kind of found the maturity lacking in the story . It was more kind of a teenage cute bubbly love story .
Overall a good one time read and a treat for teenage love story readers .
Starting with the cover, I just loved it. It's cute and relatable. The novel is about teenage love and I believe the cover throws some light on what the story would be.
Best friends turning their friendship into a romantic relationship is a very common plot. The story can be basically sum up in six-eight sentences. What's different is the situations and incidents. I won't say that I loved reading this book. But, enjoyed it. The story seemed very interesting at first. However, it turned a little dull towards the end. I felt that the end was kind of rushed into. I liked the way the author has presented the story i.e. in third person's perspective. She mentions some anecdotes about her own life which I found a bit distracting. It seemed as if I was drifted to some other place and then, all of a sudden brought into Tiasha and Aakash's lives.
The author has crafted the characters - Tiasha and Aakash in a very nice manner. They are adorable. I really loved their determination and hard work towards achieving their dreams. They are inspiring.
- Tiasha and Aakash's friendship.
- Their determination and courage to take the path less traveled.
- The picture-perfect setting (I wonder how things can go so well. I remember author mentioning that certain things not only happen in books and movies but happen in real lives as well.)
- The abrupt end.
My overall rating for 'Imperfect Misfits' is 3/5 stars.
But love bloomed, the story revolves around two best friends taisha and aakash. As its known opposite poles attract each other, that's how it happened. The childhood friends, on one hand aakash who knows his priorities, dreams and wants to become stand up comedian, on the other hand taisha who is very different to deal with, who is still not aware of her calling, yet wants to be chef.
In the journey, they end falling for each other, will they accept the love or turn back?
How will they deal with thier own feelings.
To know more, grab this book.
The title is perfect for the story, the cover is okay ish, the language is very simple and easy to understand, the Hindi language is also used in the book.