Monday, 30 November 2015

book review soar! a refreshing read

Some books touch your soul in the most unexpected manner. An awesome page turner & the USP of this particular book is it’s realistic. This actually happens & this book definitely gives an awesome lesson for life.
PLOT
Frustrated with their current jobs, Uday, Adhyayan, and Rajasekaran team up to start an innovative business, non-existent in India until then. Ignoring all pragmatic aspects of life, they chase their dreams with immense pleasure. However, their journey is no cakewalk, as they confront financial crisis and rejections soon. Uday plays a business trick to triumph over that uninfluenced market; it works initially, but soon boomerangs, blowing the team apart. The police arrests Uday accusing him of illegal activity by his organization. Were there any blemishes in their plan or was it just a typical Indian market, reluctant to accept an un-experimented and innovative concept? Will they be successful in implementing their innovation, staking their hard earned money, stable jobs, relationships, and life 'S.O.A.R is the story of chasing a dream, quandary between desire and responsibility, friendship and love. Join the gutsy journey of three young entrepreneurs.
HIGHLIGHTS
ü  Sometimes I need to walk away, not to make you realize how worthy I am, but for me to understand & acknowledge my self-worth. Very true lines sometimes you need to stop the other person from taking you for granted. It’s sad but this is evident these days in almost all the relationships.
ü  Once you are successful never forget or leave those friends / family who were there with you when you were nothing. Coz at the end of the day these people are those who stood by you who needed you the most. I am gonna call my bestie after completing this review. J
ü  Sometimes it’s okay to take a break. Take a vacation spend time with your loved ones. It’s okay to enjoy the rains; at times having chai at a roadside dhaba with your loved ones is just what you need. J
ü  Take risks in life. No pain no gain. As my boss says “swarg paane ke liye marna to padega hi” very rightly said.
ü  This book is a refreshing read, an awesome page turner.
ü  The author has a very simple style of writing.
The only glitch was that I wanted to read more about the love story of Srishti & Adhyayan.

RATING 4.2/5


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