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Mr Bhagat - Average Writing Skills | Extraordinary Marketing Skills
11 October 2018
Let me give you a brief reason why I bought this book:
1. A Girl in Room 105 - A Girl. A Room Number and Mr Chetan Bhagat - I bet any man would buy this book to help himself when the internet connection is down.
2. The Cover - Are you kidding me? At first, I googled who the girl is in the cover but was met with nothing but denial.
3. Mr Bhagat released a book trailer was better than an average Bollywood movie.
4. Whenever I search a book on Amazon, this book shows in the list of Promoted Products. No problem though. He has the money. He can do anything with it.
The above 4 factors were what enforced a simple man like me to buy this book. And I was a tad bit disappointed with the fact that this book has got nothing to do with s**, instead, Mr Bhagat uses profound terms like "making love".
Coming to the review,
This book is what one calls a childish thriller. I mean it has those Bollywood types go-gaga love and romance between two families that are eventually never going to accept each other. It has elements of suspense in it which is, unfortunately not that difficult to guess (at least for me) along with the antagonist being totally unpredictable until the end of the very story. Special emphasis has been made on certain elements like childish writing skills, the reason being Mr Bhagat wants every Indian to read it (and cuss about it eventually). However, to be honest, if you have got a 100 bucks (it will eventually sell at that price), I suggest you buy this book and read it when you are too lazy to watch movies like Race 3.
By the way, Mr Bhagat, do you have Zara's number?
I think I have fallen in love with her more than Keshav Rajpurohit.