- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Rupa Publications India (10 September 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8129148668
- ISBN-13: 978-8129148667
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 13.2 x 1.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #29,386 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Parul A. Mittal is the author of the national bestseller, Heartbreaks and Dreams! The Girls @ IIT. Her second book, Arranged Love, captured the hearts of Indian youth.
Born and brought up in Delhi, Parul has worked for various corporates—Hughes, IBM Research, Nextag and Yatra—for over thirteen years. She co-founded an online parenting website called RivoKids. At present, Parul is running recreational Math camps for kids and trying to find her ‘FLOW’.
She is married to Alok Mittal and has two amazing daughters, Smiti and Muskaan. Apart from reading and writing fiction, the author loves listening to old Hindi music, playing board games, painting, trekking and lawn tennis. Parul is based in Gurugram.
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The writing style of Parul is very natural and you can feel the ease with which she pens down her stories. The book starts describing how two individuals meet in a wedding where surprisingly, their respective ex-es are getting married to each other. This is quite undigestible but the authoress takes the plot ahead in a very interesting manner where these two individuals start showing interest in each other i.e. Meha and Samir. Later on, Meha comes to know that Samir has been using her for his own writing project and her heart breaks. Co-incidentally, both of them meet each other again after years in a wedding. The story is totally Bollywood-ish and anyone who loves Hindi films’ drama will love this book.
The book is edited very well without overly describing small incidents or segments. Authoress has kept her story focused on the characters and maintained the same very well. Talking about the drawbacks of the story, I would say that it’s quite predictable and to make the story sound very fancy, authoress has written some parts which are hard to related with reality. But overall, the book is a nice read which you will enjoy once for sure. I give this book 3* out of 5.
I have to admit that it took me quite some time to get over the way the protagonists meet. It is hard to believe that both the bride and groom has their exes deeply involved in their wedding. Then again, few years down the line Meha and Samir find themselves involved in the same project! Coincidence much? It just threw me off balance… Once I managed to put that behind me, the romance played out quite well. There was some chemistry between the protagonists that made the whole journey bit more interesting. I liked Meha’s character a bit more than that of Samir’s. Meha can be a headstrong girl, but at the same time she has some innocence in her that I found endearing. The highlight of the book is the way it tackles modern relationships. It puts up a mirror to current ‘trends’ and makes you think about relationships in a way that is both modern and traditional.
Keeping to modern traits, this book has some ‘Hinglish’ and like every other time, I found it off putting. The book would probably make a good commercial Bollywood movie. All in all, there’s both good and average things in the book that makes it an entertainer. If you are not put off by Hinglish language in a book, you can give it a try.
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