- Paperback: 464 pages
- Publisher: Westland; 25.73 edition (7 June 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9385724835
- ISBN-13: 978-9385724831
- Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 2.9 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 65 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,715 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Anuja Chauhan was born in Meerut and went to school in Meerut, Delhi and Melbourne. She has worked in advertising for over seventeen years and has created many popular ad campaigns for PepsiCo, including ‘Nothing Official About it’, ‘Yeh Dil Maange More’, ‘Oye Bubbly’, ‘Darr ke aage jeet hai’, and ‘Live it Abhi’. She lives outside Bangalore with her husband Niret Alva, their three teenagers, two dogs, two cats and numerous girgits.
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This was a really fun read which I enjoyed thoroughly. The whole atmosphere, language, and writing is very contemporary and fun without being too cheesy or too over the top (but it definitely made me want to keep far far away from the advertising and cricket worlds (of course, I have for long been disillusioned about the latter)). I thought the author got the Delhi or rather ‘Dilli’ feel of the book just right (probably something Delhities will really enjoy)―sometimes this tends to be exaggerated in books and film). The characters again were good fun, Zoya herself, her family (slightly nutty but very real), and friends―even the team members. I also enjoyed much (though not all) of the humour. The end or rather just a little bit before the end for me, however, was a bit over the top, though that too added some fun touches to the book closer to the end, and some of the ‘fights’ that Zoya picked with Nikhil (not all) felt unnecessary (plus may be it could have been a little bit shorter). But other than that, this was a light, fun, refreshing read, and I’m looking forward to reading more by Chauhan.
I like the easy to understand language with some Hinglish and the accents thrown in. The story moves at a good pace. The characters are very well etched out. She describes the situations very lucidly. I almost hear the characters speaking as I read the book.
I wish the protagonist was dumbed down a bit. I wish she was a little more a person of her own mind.
I have bookmarked some sections in the book and I am constantly going back to read them.
It started off that way, with weeks between short reading sessions, but then all of a sudden I was engrossed. The Kindle displays the amount of time remaining in the book, and I realized that it went from 6 hours remaining to 4 in what couldn't have been more than 15 minutes. I mean, it could be a glitch in the algorithm, but it is much more likely to be the charm of the author.
It's a real enjoyable read, the writing is funny and the characters are engaging. The overall concept is a little ridiculous, but hey, I know how superstitious we are when it comes to cricket. I would recommend just having this on your Kindle, and maybe when you're looking for something different to read, this little gem might just surprise you.