Monday, 21 August 2017

Book Review- Messed Up! But all for Love by Arvind Parashar

Book Details-
Book Name- Messed Up! But all for Love.
Author- Arvind Parashar
Genre- Romantic Thriller/ Fiction
Publisher- Srishti Publishers
Pages- 176

Blurb- Neil is a senior executive working with a leading brand name and his
wife Gauri is a dentist running her own clinic. They are a loving and
doting young married couple, living a life of comfort in posh suburban
Gurgaon. Neil's fitness consultant Srinya seems to be stirring some
trouble in their lives, though.
Drishti is a TV news anchor and journalist and her husband Somesh, a
top cop. They are bored of their mundane busy lives, until a chance
meeting with Neil and his friends in Cuba that changes everything.
To add sanity and madness to their lives are the funny and mysterious
set of friends - Tom, Jerry, James, Mehr and Antriksha.
The havoc ensues when Drishti gets abducted and Neil is framed for it.
Gauri finds out some bitter truths and leaves Neil. But what really is the
When facts finally surface, we will know how much these lives are
Messed Up! But All for Love.

Review- Messed Up! But all for love is a realistic and interesting second novel written by Arvind Parashar.

This book was interesting and I was hooked to the story. The book ends with positive notes and teaches us a few things about love.

Book Title and Cover- The Title is interesting and appropriate with the book. It gives us insight about the content. The Cover is not-attractive and could be improved. 
The Blurb is short, crisp and interesting.

Language and Narration- The Language of the book is simple and easy to comprehend. Narration is done well and it is in first person narrative. Editing is done quiet well and the book is without any grammatical mistakes.

Characterization- All the characters are interesting  and author have done well to build the characters and their emotions as the story continues.
Other characters are also well portrayed.

Theme- Theme of the book is Love, Saving a sinking relationship as the title suggests. It also includes friendship, thriller and love.

Storyline and Plot-As I said earlier, the story is interesting. The Story pace is slow for a few pages but it increases pace after that and events happen one after the other quickly.

However, Plot is common with most of the romance thrillers, this book gives us an engaging storyline, a good ending, interesting characters and a few important life lessons.

Book Title and Cover- 3/5 
Language and Narration- 4/5
Characterization- 4/5 
Storyline and Plot- 3/5

Final Rating- 3.5/5

Overall, Messed Up! But all for Love is a multi genre novel which engages you with interesting story and connecting character with not so unique plot.

I received a free copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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