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The book was sent to me by the author under this program for the review.
Book name – Game of Life
Author – Arpan Ghosh
Genre – Young Adult, Romance
Link for purchase> Click Here The Blurb and few abouts author as found in the link.
Suhani , a brave beauty who took pitfalls at almost every step in life finally finds a soothing corner in form of love.
Nonetheless she could never really know who he is until someone decides to take advantage of their innocent bond and the only good thing about Suhani’s life gets into jeopardy.
Will she ever discover who her true love really was? Or would she have to live with a void for all her life?
About the author:
Arpan Ghosh is one of those writers who have the need of writing just as much oxygen. This time, he comes with an all new romantic tale. He’s fond of travelling and believes writing is a way of expression for the language of not only mind, but hearts too!
This book is a very short read and can be finished in a single sitting. A very good companion while travelling or while waiting somewhere.
As the blurb says, the story is about the love-life of a girl Suhani in her teen years. How she falls in and out of love and why, are the main plot along with the friendship she makes on the way. The story deals with breakup as much as love.
I appreciated the fact that she moves on with her life, despite the setbacks and demoivating family background, though it made me wonder how a girl from such a simple background could decide to go for an internship to USA just like that.
The second half of the story moves intriguingly and feels much better than the early stages of her life. And the first half seems to be very rushed, much like an extended prologue.
The language and style of the book could use a good upgrade. But you eventually get used to it and the emotions are conveyed through.
For people in the age group of late teens, and those who are not so immersed in literary world, this would be a very interesting read and If you are looking for a light read this might be your choice.
The author deserves an appreciation for his story-telling skills and I believe he tells them even better in person.