Saturday, 17 February 2018

Imperfect Misfits by Devanshi Sharma | Book Review


Summary:

Tiasha: I am very annoyed.
Aakaash: That’s your job, Tiasha. Good that you are doing it well.
Tiasha: And I am very serious.
Aakaash: When are you not!
Tiasha: Argh! I hate you, Aakaash.
Aakaash: Thank God for small mercies!
Just like a scoop of vanilla ice cream makes the sizzling chocolate brownie delicious, these best friends complimented each other. A chef by passion, Tiasha jumps and waves through her professional choices, while Aakaash, the witty stand-up comedian, knows exactly what he wants.
He was the tranquility which refugees crave to stay in and she was the refugee, who wanted to wander and explore. Imperfect Misfits is a story of perfect misfits, food, frolic, emotions and their endless imperfections.
The question is, will their friendship survive through this wavy journey of love?

Author:

Devanshi Sharma

Publisher:

Srishti Publishers

Release date:

December 10th 2017


No. of Pages:

Paperback, 208 Pages

The summary of this book drew me in immediately and I thought I was going to be in for a fantastic read and it was one for sure. The unique narrative style makes this book stand out. The story-line and characters are really well developed and you root for them from the start. 

The author does a perfect job of capturing little nuances of the characters various ages as reflected throughout the story, but particularly their place in life of the present. I feel that a completely new kind of a story, where the plot is a love story but not just a love story. Sure it is predictable but nevertheless it made me happy; the only thing I wished for was a longer ending because I could have read 100 more pages about these two cuties.

That being said, I am completely satisfied with the way the book concluded. Everything came full circle for them and they ended up where they wanted to be book. This novel is written by very Young author but after reading this its quite difficult to believe this thing. I would recommend this book to readers who want something different to read.

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