Friday, December 25, 2015

Book Review - The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian

The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian

Seems like it’s a book review week for me. I have completed 3 novels this week. :)

"The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian: A Thrilling Departure to the Romance Genre!"

Looking for a thrilling read that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Look no further than Ravi Subramanian's latest novel, "The Bestseller She Wrote." Known for his gripping thrillers set in the banking industry, Subramanian takes a bold step into the world of love and romance, and the results are captivating.

In this unexpected journey, Subramanian proves that he is not confined to a single genre. He introduces readers to a different side of his writing prowess, delving into the complexities of relationships and the power of redemption. The author's ability to create suspense and intrigue remains unmatched, even in the realm of romance.

"The Bestseller She Wrote" revolves around the tale of Aditya, a successful author and professional, who seemingly has it all—family, friends, and an adoring fan base. However, as we all know, life's journey is never without its bumps. Enter Shreya, a determined individual from a small town, looking to prove herself in the literary world. Sparks fly, egos clash, and an unlikely relationship blossoms.

Subramanian expertly weaves a story filled with passion and ambition, as Aditya and Shreya embark on a journey to create a bestselling novel together. The chemistry between Aditya and Sanjay, his trusted friend, adds depth and complexity to the narrative, keeping readers hooked until the unexpected climax.

While the first half of the book may seem slow-paced and familiar, the real magic lies in the second half, where Subramanian's storytelling skills shine through. With unexpected twists and turns, the author takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster, leaving them breathless and eager for more.

It's worth noting that "The Bestseller She Wrote" was a labor of love for Subramanian, taking him a longer-than-usual nine months to complete. Although some may find themselves slightly disappointed with the story's overall impact, there is no denying that the author's dedication and talent shine through in every page.

If you're seeking a change of pace from Subramanian's usual thrillers, "The Bestseller She Wrote" offers a tantalizing escape into the world of love, betrayal, and redemption. Pick up this book and discover a side of Ravi Subramanian you never knew existed.

Who will enjoy reading this book?
All the bloggers and the writers aspiring to publish a novel will enjoy reading the book.

What is good in this book and why should one read the book?
  • Few dialog or the writing are impressive 
  • For the beautiful friendship between Aditya and Sanjay (I meant the first half of the novel)
  • To get inspiration from Aditya’s character. It inspires to be ambitious in both the fields. Either being a successful professional banking career or the writing career. His role is impressive. 
Book Details
Paperback: 392 pages
Publisher: Westland (19 October 2015)

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Book Review - Voice Mates by Anamika Mishra

Book Review - Voice Mates by Anamika Mishra

Just completed the novel “Voice Mates” by Anamika Mishra and straight away writing the review. Because I am extremely impressed with the novel and could not restrict myself from writing a review about the novel. In one word, It’s an excellent read.

If you love the singing reality shows, this book is a wonderful read. Even if you don’t love singing or music, still you will love this novel. Because it has an excellent, cute love story.

These days Bloggers are highly talented. I personally feel, a novel written by bloggers have more creative and interesting stuffs then the novels written by the top selling authors. The Bloggers cum authors write only want is needed. They don’t write for the sake of extending a normal story to 300 pages or more. The novel Voice mates is an excellent example to it.

Voice mates is really an easy and must read book. It has just 200 pages with extremely simple English. Even a person with little knowledge on English can easily understand.

The novel starts with the protagonist Tulip enthusiastically waiting to know the winners of a top reality show “Voice mates season 4”. Her anticipation, despair and tension for the results makes us to feel her love toward the contest not as a viewer but a passionate person who wants to participate in the show and win the contest. Then comes her parents, who hates the reality shows and yells at Tulip when she overreacts for the contest results. Her parents wants her to be an academic topper. Her parents are often rude and hardly speaks to her. How she overcomes her parents and achieves her dreams is the plot.

One will love this novel for Sam, the hero of the story. He is matured, easy-going, confident and professional. A guy whom a girl would look for. His characterization is making us to fall in love with him and long for a soul-mate like him.

Since it’s a singing contest, there are lot of songs mentioned in the novel. To be frank, I never heard the songs mentioned in the novel. But, the songs chosen at each round and the lyrics of the songs are beautiful. It made me to google the song, download and listen to it. While listening, it made me to imagine Sam and Tulip singing on the stage. That’s the success of the author.

The conversation that happen when Tulip feels that Sam might have realized her feelings for him was absolutely fantastic. One will really love that conversation that happens at the backyard garden.

I have not read Anamika’s first novel “Too hard to Handle”. But definitely after reading this novel, I am eager to read her first novel. Usually, I don't read a novel second time, but this book is tempting to read second time.

Haaaah, I forgot, the book cover is awesome!? Isn't? Soul-mate, college mate, school mate, coffee mate, cab mate sounds good. And now, the Voice mate also sounds good and amazing.

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