Wednesday, 18 January 2017

BOOK REVIEW: No Matter What I Do... by Devanshi Sharma



KABIR - Politically ambitious, Loves the centre stage, Enjoys
attention, Loves to love, Bright ray of sunshine
AMAIRA - Free-spirited, Reversing stereotypes, Dreamer, Bubble
of confidence, Salt in tea
KUSHANK - A thinktank, Brilliant businessman, Wants to, but
never does, Lacks confidence, Distrusts himself
SUHANI - Timid and shy, Accepts life, Scared to rebel, Sings
beautifully, Searching for herself
No Matter What I Do is a story entangling the lives of these four
very different people who are bound together by love and
friendship. Will the world mould them into its colours, or will they
find themselves?

BOOK REVIEW:
Received the book from the author in exchange for honest review.
The title of the book is apt,which suites according to the story.
 The cover also determines the story to a little.
The story revolves around the 4 friends.
The description on all the characters are given in the blurb itself.
The blurb clearly tells about the story,so i found it easy to read.
I found this book really interesting.
Each character is sketched very well.The writing style is very impressive that adds to the beauty of the book.
It was a simple love story, perfect for youngsters, couples , to gift to your someone special.

Love at first sight is exciting ,take the case of Kabir ,he was attracted to Suhani since the very first day when he saw her .
Amaira's life was running through the terrain of happy lands .She has good friends like Rajbir and Trisha .She liked eating ,tasting new food item , giving away treats.
The major part of the book story is set in 2 places - Bhopal and Delhi,ncr.
Delhi as you all know is dil walo ki dilli .
LOVE IS FLOATING IN THE AIR .
There's a feeling in the air- and its called love.
The quotes mentioned in the story in between are add to boon .

Overall i will rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR :- 
Devanshi Sharma is a twenty-one-year-old dreamer from the city of food, Indore and strongly believes in hope. An alumnus of Miranda House, Delhi University, Devanshi has always been a chatterbox. She enjoys talking and that has won her many debates. A person who sticks to her principles, she takes inspiration from her parents. Her family is her lifeline. Apart from writing, she enjoys dancing and eating. This is her third novel.

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