Book Name: When Opposites meet
What happens when opposites meet? When two completely different people find themselves drawn to each other? Can they really find happiness together? Can wheelchair-bound Ritwika find a chord that connects her to national-level athlete Chetan? Will Aditi’s irrepressible cheerfulness restart Jayant’s life, put on indefinite pause since his parents’ death? Does Indu, happily divorced, rediscover her faith in love with the reclusive Lokesh? When Opposites Meet is the story of three unlikely couples and the differences between them. It’s the story of love and the possibility of finding it in the most unlikely of places.
About the Author:
Sachin Garg is a bestselling author, popular speaker and serial entrepreneur based out of Mumbai. He has written articles for Huffington Post and Scroll.in and has been featured in most leading newspapers and magazines. He has also spoken at numerous Indian and international forums like South Asia Media Summit (Islamabad), TEDx (Allahabad) and several IITs and IIMs.
- Paperback:216 pages
- Publisher:Harlequin; 1 edition (25 October 2017)
- Package Dimensions: 2 x 12.6 x 1.8 cm
When opposites meet is a romance fiction book, which let you through the journey of love and life. Often we feel that we don’t know what other people are like. How can we completely trust to anyone and went for a relationship with them, passing through types of a storm comes in our life? The title is good and it reveals that it’s a romantic fiction, but when you go through the book, it shows you more thing about life and different perspective. The cover design is good but could have been better.
The book contains 6 characters named Jayant, Aditi, Chetan, Lokesh, Indu, and Ritilwika. There is no perfect couple in the universe, we have to compromise in some cases to make others happy, and then only our bonding will get stronger. We have to give something to get something from our life partner or our soul mate. In between the minor difference we have to give priority to our love which holds in between two people. The writer perfectly penned down the true relationship between these six characters chemistries.
Ritwika and Chetan Jadhav. They both suffer from a rare inherited disease. Ritwika is differently able and wheelchair bound. She is studious, creative and intelligent, but very faint and frail physically. Chetan is a wrestler who is accused of using drugs. He is very strong physically, simply not so bright mentally. They are like chalk and cheese.
The second story is in between Indu and Lokesh. Indu Dua is Ritwika’s mother who is very bindass with her. Indu and Ritwika are more like friends than mother-daughter. She meets her professor Lokesh who is brilliant scientifically, but awkward socially. They also fall in love with each other.
Jayant Arora is Ritwika’s cousin who is an orphan. He is silent and introvert. He meets a mentally unstable girl Aditi Sharma, who suffers a strange disorder. She swallows things which are inedible. She is a chatterbox and can’t stop talking.
Story narration is so good that you can complete the book in a single go. I already read a few books by the same author and here he brings something new once again.
Book title: 3.5/5
Book cover: 3.5/5
Value for reading: 4/5
Overall rating: 4/5
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