Details of the Book
No. of Pages : 392 pages
ISBN : 9385152386
Language : English
From the book blurb
Aditya Kapoor is a banker turned author. He is a literary gem and is living a balanced yet a starry personal and a professional life. Anything and everything he touches turns into gold. He has everything a man can dream of. Shreya Kaushik is a student who is beautiful, young and ambitious. She is instantly expressive about the ramblings of her mind and loves to chase her dreams. Currently she wants to be a bestselling author. She is one of the top authors but now she wants to be the bestselling one.
One fine day, their worlds come together. Shreya wants Aditya to make her the bestselling author. What happens next is for you to find out. Can one person love two people at a given point in time? Can one wisely make a choice between blind passion and ambition? Is it possible to trust someone again after betrayal?
Author Ravi Subramanian writes a thrilling piece. He delves into glitzy world of best sellers and uncovers the risky dalliance between a superstar novelist and his alluring protégé.
Ravi Subramanian, an alumnus of IIM Bengaluru, has spent two decades working his way up the ladder of power in the amazingly exciting and adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. For Ravi, The Bestseller She Wrote, marks the beginning of a new chapter in his writing. A significant departure from his usual fare, this is Ravi’s first book on romantic intrigue.
Aditya Successful… Rational… Smart
Shreya Bold… Ambitious… Selfish
Maya Loving… Understanding… Matured
What I think
To begin with the cover page is vibrant and attention-grabbing. The tagline will surely nudge you and encourage you to read the book. Come on, who doesn’t want to read a book that would soon be made into a motion picture! In a scenario where every IIT engineer and IIM graduate venture into the world of writing, the book blurb is surely relatable. It describes a story that every ardent Indian-author reader aspire to be – writer!
Incidentally, the book doesn’t disappoint. It jumps right to the plot and lucid narrative makes the instances more interesting. A successful writer meets an ambitious woman and how their lives transform is the crux of the story. A storyline that could have been redundant and boring is saved by a brilliant Ravi Subramaniam. The words flow with rehearsed ease and makes the reader turn one page after the other rapidly. Aditya Kapoor would remind some bestselling authors in India. This only makes the story more relatable and intriguing.
The filmy instances and predictable ending coupled with routine intentions makes this book a little less thrilling.
Should you read it?
Yes, if you like romance or if you like thriller!
It is an assured page-turner.
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