Sinful Crossroads by Gaurav Talwar | Book Review
Summary:Two college friends are gearing up for their first outstation trip together, but the adventure starts much before the journey. One of them seems to be getting it all – he meets his ex in an auto, makes out on a train, becomes the love interest of another guy on a ropeway and ends up in the arms of a stranger – while the other is left wondering why. Come, travel with two immature friends whose casual trip turns into an experience of a lifetime. They lie to their parents, make friends on the way, get stuck in a haunted building, meet beautiful girls and spend their evenings listening to breath-taking experiences of strangers. But when they finally breathe after a series of adventures, they aren't the same anymore. Sinful Crossroads is a story of how random things sometimes add up to make for the most important life-lessons.
Release date:February 10th 2017
No. of Pages:Paperback, 144 Pages
I loved the way the writer describes his journey in such an honest way. You will be able to connect to so many things and learn from this book. The characters depicted makes it more interesting and interactive with the reader. I thank the author for writing about his odessy and inspire the socially confirmed souls to break free from their cages. This book will give a new perspective towards life to all those who are looking for a change. It's definitely worth reading.