Title: The 3 u Turns of my Life
Author: Jitendra Gianchandrani
A triangular love story and a story of two friends,a cold fight between an CA aspirant and an MBA aspirant, and the battle for their feelings for Urvashi,the one girl, Manav and Deepak has feelings for.The story revolves around this characters who are ordinary beings and this book covers the twists of their lives.
As the back cover says:”
Manav Modi and Deepak Mehra are poles apart – one down to earth, the other flamboyant; one introvert, the other overtly loud; one aspiring to be rich, the other born with a silver spoon. Except their feelings for Urvashi, they have nothing in common. Yet, they are ‘friends’.
They part ways, only to come together in a web of destiny that puts them against each other, testing their friendship, love, patience, and even their choice of a profession!
Will this race between CA and MBA lead them to a fall, or do they need something more to pull them out of the mess created by The 3 U-Turns of My Life?”
The concept this book is based on, is very common and an ardent reader would find nothing unique that is to be served in the book.One could find many such books available in the market.A very common plot with a simple story narrated in a simple language.
The reader can easily predict what’s going to happen next and there drops the level of interest.The story is like going on an on but not to any particular direction.There are no flaws in the flow of the story, its somewhat like an old conventional style but when it comes to the storyline,freshness is somewhat missing.The description of the events is somewhere stretched and also you would find some irrelevant content in between which could disconnect the connecting link.
The language used to narrate the story is very simple and the reader can easily connect and relate to the story.A friendly narrating fashion is adopted by the author which is easy to go with and imagine the story.For the one who likes to read with less complexity and less twists having handful of simplicity, then this could be your next read.
If you are looking for a light read, you can go through this book,but if you are in search for something different then this isn’t your cup of tea.
Reviewer: Shweta Kesari