Book Name: Confusingly Interesting or Interestingly Confused
Author: Pravin R. Rathod
Publisher: Frog Books
Price: Rs. 175
Sometimes, life comes with more questions and less answers and sometimes with many answers for a single question... And either way you remain CONFUSED.
Four friends, a tour to Goa and everyone's secret love life is revealed. Tik, Kash, NP and VJ takes you on such a confusing ride where each one of them remains confused about one or the other things in life.
Interest? - Confusion
Throughout their lives, many things change but the only that doesn't... Is CONFUSION.
Welcome to their world of confusion...
Story in a nutshell:
Confusingly interesting or interestingly confused is a story of 4 friends and their lives. The four guys are Pratik, Vinay, Aakash and Aniruddha respectively. These guys are school mates. Its their journey from puberty to adulthood, from crushes to love and from being confused to being more confused.
Life changes completely for all four guys. They change cities yet stay in contact with each other, squeezing out time to meet during vacations. College life gets over and every one gets busy with their respective jobs. Life is knocking each one down at every step.
One fine day, Vinay calls the rest three guys to Goa. Why has he called them to Goa? What is the reason for such a sudden meet?
Confusingly Interesting or Interestingly Confused leaves the readers interestingly confused. The story focuses only upon love lives of the four friends. Yes, there are incidents about their work and family but those remain in the shadow.
The story has been narrated quite well. There are incidents which may make the readers feel bored. The characters have been crafted well. Each one exhibits different behaviour and I think, it is this difference that makes them such good friends.
- Strong bond of friendship between the guys.
- Their love feelings.
- There have been quite a few grammatical errors. Correcting those will make this book a good read.
- I feel that the flow of the story could have been improvised. The tour incident could have been used as a prologue.
I rate 'Confusingly Interesting or Interestingly Confused' with 2.5/5 stars.
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