Book Review: Sorry you are not my type by Sudeep Nagarkar
· ISBN – 9788184004908
· Genre: Fiction
· Publishers: Random House
· Price: Rs. 150/- (I got this book from the publisher for a review)
A brand new love story from the bestselling author of Few Things Left Unsaid, That’s the Way We Met, and It Started with a Friend Request. The final audition for Rajhans College’s prestigious music band brings together three contrasting personalities. Vikrant, a perfectionist, who believes there is onlyone perfect someone for you. Anamika, a free spirit, who stands up for what she believes is right. And Yuvi, a die-hard music lover, who can strum the guitar all night long and still wake up the next morning to drop off his girlfriend. The three become close friends and start hanging out regularly. So how does Aditya, a stranger, become a part of their lives? And what happens next? Sorry, You’re Not My Type is a true story that will redefine friendship, affection, and infatuation.
Behind The book
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All relationships should come with a precautionary warning: HANDLE WITHCARE
About the author
Sudeep Nagarkar has a degree in Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University and is currently pursuing management studies from Welingkar Institute of Management. You can know more about him here.
Thanks to Random House I have been reading this author for quite sometime now and to be honest I loved all his books till now. Ok, before we go ahead one confession. I don’t watch TV and whatever little I do, I am only on UTV Bindass. It somehow connects with me at a level where no other channel has been till now.
Now, why am I saying this? Because this book is exactly what the channel is. Young, truthful, reality (shocking!!) yet was touching at the same time. This book talks about love, friendship, dreams, goals and the urban lifestyle of today’s youth in the most appropriate manner.
The moment I saw the cover page I thought yet another romantic story from Sudeep which should be read. But nope, I was wrong. It is not a romantic story. It has drugs, rape, violence and all that you read in the newspapers every day not exactly making it romantic but yet there is a feel in it which touches you somewhere. You nod your head as you this could be true and very much happening to someone around you at this time and that is exactly what makes this story special – its connect ability.
I admire the writer’s style of writing since the very first book and I wasn’t disappointed in this one. Over all a very breezy read ( I finished in 1 hour 45 mins flat!!) one that you enjoy when you bored and looking for some ultra mod standard gossip to entertain you.
This one surely feels like one of those Emotional Atyachaar stories as you feel pity at one point and anger in the same breath for the main characters. Recommended for people who enjoy such light reads especially while travelling for it will make you forget where you are for a moment – it is that entertaining! You WANT to know what happens next for sure.
This book is like paneer tikka roll - soft on the outside but crunchy, sweet, sour, tangy and delicious on the inside, a must taste to tease your taste buds!
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