Akshat Solanki is a young writer and his style of writing glued me though at times the monotonous conversations did hurt my nerves. He glues you by his style, style that is absurd telling almost a similar story in a different manner. Romantic fiction has now become something common and what makes it more interesting is that Akshat with his absurdities presents the subtle conversations. This is kind of bringing to the fore that which we sometime fail to recognize. Akshat has no doubt used telephonic conversations but they are intentionally done so that we observe the most simplistic things in our life with more effort and attention. The book presents a lot of colorful characters before us and they are not well-developed more so because it is not a need. Akshat should have taken little interest at editing the book more seriously because of the spelling errors present which cannot be digested given that one has a great narrative and linguistic style. The book is a romantic novel, but unlike others this expresses romance in a different manner, to know or grasp the realm of the romance presented you ought to make efforts to purchase the book and read it. The title though seems satirical, it is not logically correct. But the fact about it is, it leaves a hard impression on the reader or anyone who glances at just the title of the book. The title itself makes you think and fall for the book. So Akshat has used a lot of techniques not just to write the book with subtle absurdities but also with regard to its hidden marketing strategy.
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