Be My Perfect Ending: Book Review

Be My Perfect Ending
by Arpit Vageria
A 208 page Romance Fiction published by Srishti Publications in 2018
Paperback available for Rs 88 and Kindle format available for Rs 58 at Amazon

❤Story of Armaan,a writer and Sara,an executive producer,both working for the same show in television industry in Mumbai. While Armaan is single,Sara just had a breakup.

❤Armaan’s flat mate Sandy has to leave due to his mom’s illness and Armaan is finding it difficult to pay the huge amount of rent on his own.Sara offers to move in as she too is looking for a new accomodation for herself.

❤That’s how their love story begins,however ruthless destiny has different and devastating plans for them.

✴Title and cover are perfect for the story.

✴Armaan is a sweet,lovable guy, a good friend and a gem as a boyfriend.

✴Filthy relations, professional tussles,some ugly side of the glamour world have been narrated outstandingly well.

✴Tragic,heartwrenching love story.

✴The climax left me distressed.

✴Overall a beautiful narration and a touching storyline.


RATING : ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Chronicles of The Mortal Vishnu: Book Review

by Antar Atreya
Published by Invincible Publishers in 2019
A 388 page mythlogical fiction available for Rs 370 at Amazon India

The story involves several characters but the leading ones are Ashok and Tejas,the unbeatable, honest warriors who become best friends,rather brothers.

The entire plot revolves around these two and their lives. Ashok and Tejas strive to defeat Bhuswami in a war so as to bring evil,unethical practices and injustice to an end.

This journey isn’t as easy as it sounds.The two have to go through rigorous training of warfare and weapons along with lot of small,big wars involving their sweat and blood and lot of sacrifices on many grounds.

Meanwhile,they also fall in love and have to choose their duties over love many times.There are lot of divine weapons used,lot of war strategies made and the two have to pay huge costs several times before finally achieving what they strived for.

💜Overall,it is a complete package involving all aspects of a fiction.

💜The narration is crisp and intense.

💜The characters have been developed and portrayed amazingly well.

💜I found many mythological instances known to me,involved in the plot which was a plus.

💜Too many characters at times made me lose track and I had to retrace from where they were introduced.

💜Long paragraphs running across pages without a break made reading a bit monotonous and this recurred many times.

💜At times,the descriptions felt over stretched and at times not relevant.


RATING: ⭐⭐⭐⭐.25

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F☀️ck: Book Review


I had read The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F☀️ck by Mark Manson a few days ago.The book is published by Harper Collins US and is available on (Click Here) for Rs 249.


I found this book with some awesome key takeaways,to mention a few:

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🧡”The only struggle in one’s life is learning how to focus and prioritize your thoughts effectively -how to pick and choose what matters to you and what doesn’t,based on finely honed personal values.”

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🧡”The idea that the more you pursue feeling better all the time,the less satisfied you become,as pursuing something only reinforces the fact that you lack it in the first place.”

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🧡”You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of.You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.”

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🧡”If you’re able to not give a f*ck about the pain,you become unstoppable.”

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✴I found the book’s theme relatable as it covers almost all those issues,which in fact don’t deserve to be issues at all and still bother most of us to an extent that makes us suffer.

✴The only thing I found discomforting in this book is the number of times the F word has been used,while the cover of the book says f*ck,the author has used the uncensored word on almost every page.Why not a contextual synonym of the word?But then that’s what the book is about,not giving a F!So I focused on only the good things from the book!

✴While reading,I often thought… how about gifting the book to those fond of poking noses in others’ lives,making it issue of national or global importance!!!No offence intended.


🆁🅰🆃🅸🅽🅶: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐