Wednesday, 14 September 2016

#Book Review - Everyone Has A Story by Savi Sharma

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Everyone Has A Story is the debut book of author Savi Sharma.The book is published by Westland Books. The story revolves around Meera, a fledgling writer in search of a story, Vivaan, an Assistant Manager at Citibank, Kabir, a cafe manager and Nisha, a despondent cafe customer . Everyone has a story but what happens when these four lives are connected together. 


All the four characters - Meera , Vivaan, Kabir and Nisha  have some past, dreams and insecurities.The story is set in Pune, India.The story is  completely swaying with different emotions like love,tragedy,pain et al. The author has written it in a very simple English,but the meaning is very deep. The prologue at the beginning usually tells about the insight of the story but here the author has written is very beautiful. The best part of the story is different povs of characters which is quite impressive. The narration of the story is very nice and there are various inspiring quotes in between. There are several portions of the book with which a person can relate .

The author has done justice with the plot ,making us believe that each one of us out there has a story,some are written and some are confined in our hearts. Its a very light read highly recommended to everyone .


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Prologue


“I was never a writer and I don’t aspire to be either. I was never a good reader and I don’t know if I will be ever. But now, I have been much more.
Every day, I woke up; I tried to find reasons to live. Every night, when I slept, I tried to find reasons to not die. Every moment, I tried to find reasons to hope, dream and love. But I never found them. Until I met you.
I saw chaos, confusion, and fear all around me. But not within me, after I met you.
Time decides our fate, our journey. And when time changes, everything changes. Everything. Sometimes for bad, sometimes for good. And sometimes, for the best. I never believed that. Until you happened to me.
It’s not a story and maybe it’s not love. It’s about something more real than stories and more powerful than love. It’s about you. Yes, you. Real and powerful.
I have never been happy with someone. I wanted to be with different people at different places with different feelings. I wanted to explore everything, know everyone. But then I explored you. And I found, you are not just ONE, you are an infinity. An infinity of love, care, trust, respect, understanding. A universe of inspirations, aspirations, hope and happiness. Maybe you are the universe out there which I explore. Or the universe in me that I seek.
You do not start, nor do you ever end. You are constant, yet ever changing. You are everywhere and yet just with me. You are my creator or my creation, I question myself.”



About The Author

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Savi Sharma is a simple girl from Surat. She left her CA studies to become a storyteller. She is the co founder of the motivational blog 'Life & People' where she writes about positivity, motivation, spirituality and other topics. She loves observing people and often searches for her stories.

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Sunday, 11 September 2016

Book Review -"Two Fates: The story of my Divorce" by Judy Balan


Two Fates -The story of my divorce is a classic parody of Chetan Bhagat's Two States. Its a classic book dealing with Deepika , a Tamilian girl and Rishabh, a Punjabi boy , married each other with a lot of hardships and getting a divorce is much harder.

But yeah how to forget when both the Tamilianas as well as the Punjabi families are so much involved with each other that for them Rishabh and Deepika are the ideal couple. And like all the Indian families , their families also demanded a baby  and actually is absolutely true that in India you not just marry a person but you marry the entire family.

This is one of the kind of the book which I have never read and indeed its an amazing read showing the drama of Indian families. The story is funny and humorous at various points and yes, the author has done justice with it.This book made me laugh. Its a very light read .

I recommend everyone who want to enjoy this hilarious journey of  divorce.


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Hello people

This is my very first blog post. So, my introduction.
I am Taanya from Delhi,India. I am a Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University student studying Psychology and Sociology. I am an avid reader and a bibliophile. "A cup of tea and a book is all I need." Reading book reviews is my favorite task. So, just thought why not  start with writing book reviews. My blog will contain book reviews as well as  articles or poems which I write. I hope you like my blog .
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