September 26, 2015

Book Review: A pocket love story by Ajitabha Bose

A pocket love story

Author: Ajitabha Bose
Publisher: Author’s Ink Publishers
Rating: 3/5

‘Love isn’t supposed to be easy, it is supposed to be worth it’. A pocket love story is a quick read for the ones who do not like reading or are short of time. This is a story about Ram, who is an introvert and shy person, and his sweet and simple love story. The book is a pot boiler that servers emotions, love, loss, separation and tranquility on the plate. Will Ram be able to get the love of his life? Or will his nature turn all the odds in his favor?

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 My opinion
The world is losing the count of voracious readers, owing to the busy lives and work pressure. But this book is one that can be finished in half an hour. The book smells of college romance, boy-meet-girl cliché and emotional turmoil faced by them. The author has been successful to a large extent in preparing a savoring potpourri. The cover of the book is catchy, the language is lucid and the dialogs are simple and precise. There is no unnecessary description and no monologues.

However, the book lacks proofreading and time and again you can spot misplaced prepositions. There are syntactical errors as well and the sentences have been left incomplete. The story is fast paced and definitely lives up to the expectations of a ‘pocket book’.

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