Book Review: Three Times Loser

If you ever receive a letter from a person you’ve forgotten long back, hiw would you feel?
This story is kinda same.


First of all, this plot is one of a kind and I will for sure recommend it.
Story revolves around Alok who one day, sends letters to his three old female love interest and asks them to visit him. The ladies, after all these years, engulfed in their varied lifestyles at various places got stuck in a dilemma to receive his letters out of nowhere.
What happened next? Why do they receive such letters are all in the book.


This is my second read from the author and I’m loving his writing.
Cover as well as title is quite melancholic but it’s a nice book to read.

Ratings : ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5

Review : A Broken Man

This book has everything related to the stubbornness of caste system in our society, especially North India. I won’t say that there was anything very new in this book but writing style is really lucid. The narration is simple and easy to understand.


Storyline revolves around the love affair between Krishna, a poor dalit boy from Bihar, and Chhavi, a Brahmin girl belonging to a family with political background. The starting and middle of the story is predictable but ending is nice. The author has made a number of remarks in the story where the pain of being a dalit uprises. They despise privileges in any form and are used to being oppressed.


If you are highly into reading books on social issues, read it. Cover and title is good.

Ratings : ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5

Book Review : You Never Know

When we talk of love, beauties start revolving inside our head. We, in general, take love for granted and those beauties start turning into melancholy.
“You Never Know” what one is hiding.
“You Never Know” what one has been through.
“You Never Know” what could be the outcome of your one little mistake.
“You Never Know” your selfish decisions could lead you to a disastrous end.
This book, can be generalized into these few lines, easily. Only the blurb is intriguing enough to drag you to this book.
The story is about Dhruv, who is in an extramarital affair with Anuradha. He keeps the secret from his wife along with everyone else. But very soon, Anuradha’s past turns the table for him and he found himself stuck in the most horrible nightmare.
Though it seems to be, the ending is unpredictable. I suggest you to read it inside your blanket.
Cover is good and title, thereby, is apt.

Ratings : 3.5/5

VERSATILITY

So I walked out again.
Preferably,
I dared to walk out again.
Lost in my own thoughts;
A faint smile on my face.
I’m just moving forward,
I don’t know in which form
I don’t know in which state.
I only know that I have to continue my journey,
No matter what, I cannot give up.
No matter how little, I need to prevail.
I’m still a ray of hope to many, bright enough!
Although,
I’ve been threatened
And tortured
And trailed
And trolled
And humiliated
And assaulted
And violated
And trashed
And summoned
And murdered
And pitied
And altered
And prohibited
And bigoted
But I’m still alive!
Shaken, yet perpetual!
Afraid, yet promising!
I’ve been traded too,
Sometimes bought,
Sometimes sold,
Sometimes bargained,
Sometimes bartered.
But I haven’t retaliated against any;
And that’s why I’m still counted upon,
And no matter how small, I’ll have to prevail.
I’m tired, but I won’t stop.
I’m unheard, but still win hearts.
I’m unseen, still seeken for.
I’m nebulous, yet multidimensional.
Don’t ask my name,
Don’t guess my gender,
Don’t judge my religion,
Don’t speculate my nativity,
For I’m not unambiguous.
I’m diminishing, yet inevitable.
I prosper,
I flourish,
I’m serene,
I’m unbiased.
Believe in me,
I’m ‘humanity’.
Embrace me!
I’ll conquer.
I’ll prevail.
Believe in me.
I’ve brought peace to many,
And I’ll keep struggling;
Until the day
Peace prevailsSo I walked out again.
Preferably,
I dared to walk out again.
Lost in my own thoughts;
A faint smile on my face.
I’m just moving forward,
I don’t know in which form
I don’t know in which state.
I only know that I have to continue my journey,
No matter what, I cannot give up.
No matter how little, I need to prevail.
I’m still a ray of hope to many, bright enough!
Although,
I’ve been threatened
And tortured
And trailed
And trolled
And humiliated
And assaulted
And violated
And trashed
And summoned
And murdered
And pitied
And altered
And prohibited
And bigoted
But I’m still alive!
Shaken, yet perpetual!
Afraid, yet promising!
I’ve been traded too,
Sometimes bought,
Sometimes sold,
Sometimes bargained,
Sometimes bartered.
But I haven’t retaliated against any;
And that’s why I’m still counted upon,
And no matter how small, I’ll have to prevail.
I’m tired, but I won’t stop.
I’m unheard, but still win hearts.
I’m unseen, still seeken for.
I’m nebulous, yet multidimensional.
Don’t ask my name,
Don’t guess my gender,
Don’t judge my religion,
Don’t speculate my nativity,
For I’m not unambiguous.
I’m diminishing, yet inevitable.
I prosper,
I flourish,
I’m serene,
I’m unbiased.
Believe in me,
I’m ‘humanity’.
Embrace me!
I’ll conquer.
I’ll prevail.
Believe in me.
I’ve brought peace to many,
And I’ll keep struggling;
Until the day
Peace prevails

Review : Sniper’s Debt

Mayank Dhar has a potential to create a unique plot and serve reader’s with a story worth recalling. The book is a military based story with a curiosity enhancing twist. The story is about an ex-military personnel who got struck on a hijacked plane with his family and other passengers. The plane lands in remote area of Afghanistan. The ex militant who was a sniper, took to the rescue of the fellow passengers alongwith his wife and infant child. The plot has been created with every details and description. A good plot.

Review : The journey : The traveller with in.

Despite being a self-help book, this is a rare one. A must read book even if you are not much into self helps. Cover is nice, I found itn utmost interesting and captivating book by Tarun Deep Singh. This book is based on the journey of the author and his visualisation of different phenomenon must read book even if you are not much into self helps. Cover is nice, I found it really melancholic. 

Review : Temple classroom

I really loved the narratives of the book. The author has compiled 14 short stories in the book of which all are of very sensible morale. These stories are from different grounds and are quick and captivative read. Like there is a short story of a beggar girl who wants to study and bring quality education to her village and many more. Language is simple. Each tale has their own beauty. Cover is nice. I’d suggest this title to everyone for a change of mind and tea time read.

Review : My Happily Ever After

I won’t say I haven’t read stories like this but the book is a nice concept. The story is about two individuals met in an engineering college by chance. Both of them aspire to be something different in lives but belonging from families, where passion is a low recruit as compared to a regular job, they are stuck. Both of them fell in love but once they get to acquire their dreams, that is singing and writing, circumstances made them part their ways.
It is a light read with a smooth ending. The book delivers some good messeges too. Cover is sweet.

Review : It’s just one step

The name suggests that the story must be one of those old school love stories, but no, this is somewhat different. The storyline is somewhere based upon the current scenario of the major universities in our country. There are student unions getting pro and anti towards the power and among these chaos, many stories remain hidden.
This one is about a quiet and shy guy Samar who in order to bring the love of his life closer, chose to jump into the university politics. But his roots got deeper into it and he found himself stuck with responsibilities. How he managed to maintain the balance? Or did he actually was able to balance between his love life and political career? is all in the book. Do buy and give a read and specially when you are in a university or related to university politics.

Review : Griev with understanding

The book holds a beautiful story that covers the spiritual journey of Mona. She has a very firm belief in the messages of God but with the health of her mother degrading every day due to ill effects of cancer, her beliefs got shaken. The title of  book seems to comply with the story.  The bool has a beautiful cover and definitely a message for everyone to have faith in God at all times.

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