Romance

UNNS – The Captivation

This is the second time I got the opportunity to get my hands on Sapan Saxena’s book. The young author who has enjoyed quite an excellent debut with his book Finders, Keepers, now tries to charm his audience with UNNS – The Captivation. Does he succeed? Does he live up to his readers’ expectations? He does/doesn’t. You have to read it yourself to form an opinion on this. Plot: Unns (definition for dummies like me: An Arabic/Farsi/Urdu word for love, attachment, friendship) – The Captivation is about Atharva Rathod and Meher Qasim and their story of 28 years (my assumption: one year in school, fifteen years of separation, twelve years later.

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Play With Me

Before I start writing the review about this book, I would like to make it clear that this book (touted as India’s first erotic thriller) contains contents for readers above the age of 18. I hope that makes it clear that kids should not pick up this book read. So, this book by Ananthwho is a photographer by profession, debuts in the world of literature by a topic that is a taboo by default in India – SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS.

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The Fault In Our Stars

I am so spoilt for choices to add some awesome quotes for the epigraph. But without a doubt, I have posted my most favourite dialogue of this book. Now, before I write the book review of The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, I would like to recollect the previous romantic book that has been heart touching. Of course, I have read a few books by Nicholas Sparks and Cecelia Ahern.

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Fifty Shades of Grey

Ummm.. Uuhhh.. Aahhh.. Arrghhh.. Ouch… Hmmm… Wait! Am I sounding as if I am having carnal pleasures? I guess I need to express myself in a better way. These are the six shades of emotions I have passed through while completing this particular firang version of Kama Sutra. Let me brief these six stages in a better way. Ummm… I pick up this book to read (more than a year ago!

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