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When Our Worlds Collide by [Brahma, Aniesha]
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Akriti has led a pretty much sheltered life.
Zayn has been shuttled from city to city when he was growing up.
She is comfortable watching her life from the sidelines.
He wants to feel rooted to a place he can call ‘home’.
They meet each other quite by chance.
And both seize the chance to be someone they both need in their lives:
For Zayn, it’s a 'Partner-In-Crime'.
For Akriti, someone who just knows how to be there for her…
When their worlds collide,
It is not what either of them expected it to be.
Zayn has a steady girlfriend. And Akriti has a crush on him.
What happens these two become friends?
The biggest adventure of their lives? Or the road to heartbreak?
What happens when two completely different people collide?
Do they become friends? Or, is their friendship doomed from the start?
'When Our Worlds Collide' is the story of two twenty-three-year olds,
Who are finally growing up and finding their feet in the world.
A tale of friendship and love, crushes and betrayals, messes and second chances,
Marriage and divorce… and the elusive happily ever after!

About the Author

He is a person who holds his parents above all, especially his mother. All his dreams and aspirations are driven by one belief--that of making his parents proud.

His earlier works with the pen, in the form of 'Because…Every Raindrop is a HOPE' and 'When I Found You, I Found Myself' has resonated loudly with his readers. With his third book, 'Hackster' he has ventured into a new genre where his contemporary and provocative self, comes alive in a sci-fi thriller.


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 306 KB
  • Print Length: 117 pages
  • Publisher: GENERAL PRESS (30 October 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited (India)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017EL0B2E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray:
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,435 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have read this book 3 times already – all at different stages. It was in fact a pleasurable experience to see how ideas slowly take form of the final story that is out for everyone to read.

Akriti’s life has never been all fun and fairy tale like. From her parents’ broken relationship to friends betraying her secrets and confidence, she has had a tough time while growing up. And it has made her a tough person overall. Zayn on the other hand craves for the stability that his life hasn’t seen yet thanks to his parents moving in every two years or so. When Zayn and Akriti finally ‘meet’, Zayn is dating their mutual friend Nimmi. Can Akriti and Zayn be friends? Especially when Akriti harbors a secret crush on him?

The characters in the book are so awesome – each in their unique ways. I love Akriti, well for most parts… She has had a rough life and has always stepped up to the plate and done her duties well. She is one tough girl. Of course, I do not condone crushing so hard on someone else’s boyfriend, but then who has ever been able to control love and infatuations? Zayn is in many ways just the opposite of Akriti and as such he opens up a new world for Akriti. Then there is Ayoub – a character I thoroughly adored. He was always there for Akriti and that is a rare thing to find these days. He brought in some added humour to the storyline as well. There are a couple of additional characters that appear in the book and make a space in the readers’ mind for the duration.

It is however the plot that surprises the readers. It is not what you would normally expect yet it is what makes the most sense in the end. I loved the way the various relationships were handled and the dynamics of each was so different that they all stood strong.
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Akriti is the manager of a cafe/coffee shop. She has a strained relationship with her parents and she has incrementally closed herself off. She has no idea what she wants to do with her life and no idea what to do about it. Zayne, is a carefree, live in the moment, kind of guy who has moved around so much in his life that he has learned to make do with who and what is at hand and just enjoy. He seems to be the total opposite of Akrita, which is probably why she falls hard for him. Trouble is he is dating her one-time friend.

When I first started reading this book I have to admit the format made it a bit difficult with a heading and quote at the beginning of each chapter. It broke up the rhythm and flow of the reading and I felt that too much was given away, making it a might bit predictable. It didn't take long though for the infectiousness of the story to take over and it most certainly didn't end where I had dreaded that it would. The idea of documenting chance and peripheral meetings through time and then tying it all together is quite clever. The book is filled to the brim with fun characters that make you want to know their story as much as the Akrita's. It is a true pleasure to watch them all develop and grow into the story. There are truly no unimportant characters in this book.

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When Our Worlds Collide is about a few souls, not just about a boy and a girl falling in or out in love. It’s about childhood, teenhood, friendship, things-more-complicated and love. It’s about Akriti and her dysfunctional family , her struggles in life and in making friends, Ayoub – who’s like a whiff of fresh air to people he meets, Zayn – who is confused and at times not so, Suzanna – who is a quirky and wonderful, and a few others.
Aniesha has a very easy way of writing that will keep you hooked to the book. Her language is lucid and never overwhelms the story. It is a very enjoyable book and recommended for romance buffs, as well as all young adults. You’ll find a piece of yourself or any of your friends in each character of this book.
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It is a pleasurable read that can be finished in one go.The preface is interesting and develops the right amount of curiosity that makes you want to read further. I loved the line-
It's not always about the happy ending. Sometimes, it is about the story.
The story itself is refreshing, unlike the usual fairy tale kind love stories and has an unconventional yet smooth flow to it. The story is not only about the two main characters of the book but also about the rest of them. The author has brought to the fore all the issues young adults face and wrestle with- infatuation, dysfunctional families, perspectives, love, heartache and the dilemma between standing on your own feet or enjoying life,
The setting of a cafe where major part of the story unfolds, effuses warmth and adds a visual treat to the tale.
All the characters are well thought of and relatable. The sub-plots are as interesting as the main story and nowhere in the story does the author lose reins of the parallel lives of all the characters. Every sub-plot leaves you yearning for more.
The language used is simple yet strong in structure. The story is narrated in first person and it feels like you are sitting face-to-face with Akriti, as she shares the story of her life with you.
The story has a befitting end and instead of giving closure to the story, it gives it a new beginning.
The full review can be read at The cover page is designed well though I believe it would have been better to go with Indian faces or silhouettes.
The preface is interesting and develops the right amount of curiosity that makes you want to read further. I loved the line-
It's not always about the happy ending. Sometimes, it is about the story.
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