- Paperback: 168 pages
- Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors; First edition (14 December 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9382665587
- ISBN-13: 978-9382665588
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.1 x 19.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 19 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,227 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Love on 3 Wheels Paperback – 14 Dec 2015
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Love on 3 Wheels is the story of five common and very different people. Sharib Sheikh is a humble auto driver who falls in love with the wrong person at the wrong time. Junaid is his mama’s boy and an absolute charlatan who will do anything to get his way. Abhigyan Kukreti is a doctor with secrets of his own. Ameena is a simple village girl who will go any lengths for the sake of her love. And finally there is Sargam – a girl from the middle class of society who works as a secretary who unknowingly starts a chain of events that will affect the lives of all these people over a period of three days. If you want to know how and what happens – you will have to pick up the book for yourself.
Here’s what I loved about the book – the plot and the characters. The plot was not quite what I expected from the title and the blurb of the book. It does have romance in its core, but it also includes certain issues of modern day society included in the story with subtlety. Not in a preachy or in your face manner, yet in a way that you cannot ignore it. The characters are the shining moments of the book. They are multi-faceted and very well developed. They felt very real with their mixed characteristics. I had a love-hate relationship with all of them throughout the book and it was strong. It was easy to feel both kinds of emotions for the characters which go on to show how well the author has portrayed them. My only issue was the delivery which I wish was a bit crisper than what it is. It is the only thing in the book that is not at par with the rest of the aspects. With the story being told from multiple POVs, I understand that it can be a bit tough to keep the rhythm going without any break.
CHARACTERS: Too many and irrelevant
OVERALL REVIEW: Predicitble, unnecessary characters and an over stretched plot to end up writing an 161 odd pages book
1) The girl steps out of the rickshaw to buy a bouquet and someone steals the money from her purse kept in the rickshaw (GIVE ME A BREAK! Wasn't she carrying her purse to purchase a bouquet?)
2) Not relevant with the coverpage and the title
FINAL VERDICT: Give it a miss, not worth the money and time. Author needs to work a lot on his writing skills
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