Friday, February 27, 2015

Book Review #3: You are the password of my life: Sudeep Nagarkar

You’re the Password to My Life is the heartwarming story of Virat and Kavya. Although both of them do not share common interests and have starkly different personalities, Virat and Kavya are best friends. While Virat is reserved and shy, Kavya likes to live on the edge and take chances in life. But when they have to deal with an unforeseen incident, their friendship is put the ultimate test. Will Kavya and Virat continue to remain best pals or will this spell the end of an amazing relationship?

My Take: Recently, I managed to read this book out of sheer curiosity..This book whenever, i checked was unavailable in the library.Despite repeated attempts i was unable to lay hands on any books of the said author.I read a lot of reviews about his books and was impressed with the number of people speaking positively.I always have a soft corner for the Indian Authors and i tend to pick up their books very frequently..:)

Coming back to the book, its a very simple story about two friends,who have been together through thick and thin. Its a modern take on friendship,love and trust. I liked the way it was handled. Although the angle is common the way it is handled deserves a mention. Not a common love story where in the guy ignores his "best friend" as soon as he gets a girlfriend or the friends fall in love like typical " ek ladka aur ladki dost nahi ho sakte kinds.." The twists are very unexpected like not very predictable and kudos to the author for handling the common tale in a little different way.
Its a breezy read, with some high emotions towards the end and u would almost feel you knew this guy as your friend by the end of the story.

I would rate it 2.5/5..I would like to read his other books now.. i hope they are as good as this..
My next pick is Sita's sister by Kavita Kane..Shall write soon about i feel about this..
Till then,enjoy,read and laugh

1 comment:

  1. Are you serious? You like a book and you are rating it 2.5 stars? That's just a little above bad. Kavi if you l like a book the minimum should be a 3 star or more. If its rated 2.5 then it means it is a below par read.


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