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The House that BJ Built
11 July 2019
Book review 14:
The house that BJ built by Anuja chauhan
Foreword . This book is humongous., a good 410 pages which is boon for bookworms but then again might take really long to finish. It is a sequel to the book those pricey Thakur girls by the same author. The cover shows Eashwari, the youngest arrogant and belligerent, as always protecting the ubiquitous street mongrel. .
About the book: If you've read the first book you will smile that the protagonist bj Thakur has chosen to name his5 daughters a-anjini b-binodini c-chandrakanta d-debjanu and e-eshwari.., perhaps among the most interesting thing in the book. While the girls and their whims are introduced in the prequel, this one deals with with the later half of the girls lives. Bonu., the daughter of now dead Binodini doesn't want to sell the ancestral home, though her four aunts are persistent. The love angle is in the form of Samar vir singh her eldest aunts adopted boy.. How the madness unfolds and whether they go about convincing the ballsy bonu is for you to read and find out. Id say, the story drags out, so pick this one when on a long long holiday
Takeaway : Money is the master indeed. When it comes to moolah, all relationships are conveniently forgotten or disregarded, all cunning brought to the fore, all scruples thrown to the wind. Charming no?
Rating :⭐⭐average ..