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Once Upon the Tracks of Mumbai - Review

Book Name: Once Upon The Tracks Of Mumbai.
Author: Rishi Vohra.
Cost: Rs.175.
Rating: 4.5/5.

About this book, well, where do I start? When I got a mail saying I get to review this book, I thought for a while whether to review it or not. Reading the name, I wasn't much into the book. Of course, I had not read the plot. Then I Google-d it up to find out that it was a love story, and it seemed pretty interesting to me. So, I decided I'll review this. And once I sent my confirmation, I was eagerly waiting for this book to be delivered.

As soon as I got the book, I started reading it, and I fell immensely in love with it.
With every page I turned, the book got more and more nice, and thrilling. I could find myself in many of the events. It was as if someone was narrating the incidents of my life to me. I enjoyed it thoroughly and finished the book at one go, because I just couldn't wait to find out what happened next. Page after page the story went, and before I knew it came to an end.

About the story. Its set in a semi-modern state. It goes on continuously, without any stops keeping the readers hooked to it. Many incidents in this book looks as if its been taken out of your life. I don't know what's been left out of it? There is everything - Family, Friends, Love, Drama, Action, Romance, Stupidity, Humor.

I want to highlight one part of this book, that is the female molestation that takes place. Many of the incidents have been put up, like guys touching you when you are in bus station or a railway station. Guys making use of your sweetness just to use you. All of this has been put up clearly. Even the girl's part of Ignoring those touchings and forgetting the guy for using you has been shown plainly as well. This can be seen in many girls life now. Just to save their dignity, they hide whatever happens to them and just ignore it. I think, at least after reading this book, girls should stop doing that and try to stand up to guys.

While reading this book, the part I felt most connected to was where the main character was lost in his dreams. It was so splendid to watch him trying to sort out his dreams and life just to get what he wants. His biggest desire. His one wish to make her proud.

All in all, it is a superb book, filled with everything that makes you want to read more and more. I suggest this book to all those who loves to read book, and all those to who doesn't like to read books as well. Because it is a really awesome book.

I would give it 4.5 out of 5 as I found it totally interesting. Thank you Rishi Vohra, for giving the readers such a wonderful piece of writing. Do keep writing. I am your new fan right here.

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RV said...

Thank you Pooja! Was very touched to read your review!

Warm regards,

Rishi (Author)

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