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That Thing Called Love Paperback – Nov 2011
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About the Author
Tuhin Sinha is an Indian writer who writes novels, non-fiction and also for television. He is credited with redefining the political thriller genre in India. His first novel, That Thing Called Love, was followed by a story based on the fickleness of the public in their loyalty and admiration for public personalities. The story centers around a cricket captain’s life and career. The book was initially published under the title 22 Yards and later under the title The Captain. His books The Edge Of Desire and The Edge Of Power are political thrillers.
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I picked up this book from my town library for I found the blurb interesting. I started reading it as soon as I reached home. I finished reading this novel in three hours and here I am with my review.
The story has two main characters- Mayank and Revathi. Mayank is a working for a matrimonial site and has been recently engaged to a girl named Nikita. He is having second thoughts about getting married to her for he still feels and thinks about the only relationship of his life - Shweta. Revathi is a married lady and has a daughter. She is working with very famous Shagun: An ultimate destination for wedding shopping. She is having differences with her partner. Yes! A troubled marriage. What happens when Mayank and Revathi meet each other? Who falls in and out of love?
The blurb seemed to be very interesting but the story wasn't up to that mark. The story has been narrated very well. The flow of events and their narration is really good. The thing that is missing in this one is 'connectivity'. I did not feel connected with the characters. The story also mentions about the life of Mayank's friends which I felt were dumped into this story for the heck of it. Just when Mayank's and Revathi's story grew interesting, his friend's story spoilt all the excitement. Also, the story has no mentions about his friends' lives towards the end.
Mayank's expressive behaviour.
Pranav's and Revathi's love story.
Arun's gay encounter (I didnot find it was necessary to detail his encounter with Aakash.)
The ending (No proper closure was provided for many incidents.)
On the whole, I would like to conclude saying that 'That Thing Called Love' could have been made better.
I rate That Thing Called Love with 2/5 stars.