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Im not twenty four...Ive been nineteen for five years... Free read ¸ 8 Review Ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ñ Sachin Garg Of nowhere Will Malappa s superiority help him survive or become the cause of his downfall Will Shubhro prove that a heart of gold can survive through marijuana smoke and beer rich blood. 35 stars When i first stated with this book i dint like it much I had different thoughts about this book in mind I cannot say it was a very good story but i must say writer made every effort to make it interestingI must say first half was very horrifying when she was working in safety department and i was almost into the thoughts about should i read this book or not i never imagined so much violence but after that story took a new turn It dint go the way i predicted It was easy going novel but I felt some thing was missing in the ending

Review Im not twenty four...Ive been nineteen for five years...

Im not twenty four...Ive been nineteen for five years...

Im not twenty four...Ive been nineteen for five years... Free read ¸ 8 Review Ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ñ Sachin Garg Ed Karnataka But it is not virgin beaches or exotic dancers that await them They are to be welcomed by blood riots violent bosses and cut limbs Will Saumya survive her job in the middle. SaumyaA unisexual nameThis is the basis of Sachin Garg s I am not twenty four I ve been nineteen for six years I really loved the plot I was able to relate to the dilemma of the protagonist After all my name is also unisexual Satya I have seen surprised faces when they come to know that Satya is a girl And not a boySaumya is a MBA fresher who is placed in a dream job She feels excited and shops relentlessly As soon as she lands on her first job she and her colleagues as well realizes that the profile is designed to suit a man Her job drains her emotionallyShe decides to uit the job Yet she feels bad to admit her failure The dilemma of her mindset is beautifully captured by the authorThe story takes a U turn on the introduction of Shubro He is portrayed as a hippie who is least bothered about life and relationships He sleeps with beautiful ladies Stays at exotic places But only for a tenure of 90daysSaumya gets swayed off her feet by his looks And hey Mere looks This aspect takes her from a twenty four years old lady to a nineteen years old girlThe story moves rather slowly You start understanding characters You realize that Saumya represents today s breed of girls a girl by looks but a man by thoughts And Shubro comes out as a playboy interested in doing social workTowards the end all the characters become stark white all the grey patches in Shubro s character is erased And all ends wellBut waitI loved the book as it took off I wanted to read about how Saumya would handle the difficult situations I wanted to know how she would face difficulties and come out successfully I wanted her to be the Gen Next kind of a girl But she was as confused as any other girl would be She was scared Yet she was determined though she was unsure of what the determination was about I loved Saumya in shortHowever as the story progressed the focus shifted from Saumya to Shubro The author was struggling to justify Shubro More drama was added in the name of flashback In short I loved the book because a male author has beautifully captured a female s mindset and has done a commendable job His narrative is crisp and grippingI hated because I did not understand why all the people we meet should be very good They can be bad also right The justification of Shubro s character was too much of drama The story moved away from the plot towards end Saumya became yet another girl who is ready to sacrifice her goals and ambitions for the man of her dreams On the other hand the man just follows his dreams The book could have been better

Review Ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ñ Sachin Garg

Im not twenty four...Ive been nineteen for five years... Free read ¸ 8 Review Ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ñ Sachin Garg I'm not Twenty Four is story of Saumya Malappa Shubhro which should have been a love triangle but wasn't The three of themcoming from different worlds are thrown into a fourth world call. By Sachin Garg Grade BA much talked about bestseller or a famous writer s work often forms the starting point of reading fiction for many I am no exception But as you go along as a reader you realize that a likable book need not be a bestseller always And vice versaTrue to that my criterion to choose books changed at certain point of time and I started exploring wider ranges of books Keeping consistent with that I decided to read new Indian authors And Sachin and Durjoy Datta are some of the most famous new Indian writersMore than anything the title lured me and the rest is as below I m not twenty four I ve been nineteen for five years is a National Bestseller which has received wide spread acclaim because of its uniue distinction that author Sachin Garg has written it from a girl s perspective And also for the originality of the story set in a uniue back drop of a village in the middle of nowhereThe book explores what all Saumya goes through when she is thrown from a college in Delhi to a remote village in Northern KarnatakaSaumya is a regular Delhi girl but because her name Saumya is a unisexual name her company messes up her papers and she ends up finding herself in a small villageHere Saumya meets a very interesting spectrum of people like Mallapa the son of the soil who seems to know way too much for his own goodAnd Shubhro who is intrigue personified to say the leastSo how will Saumya struggle through all the changes and challenges rolled into a very small duration Will it be virgin beaches exotic dancers or colourful festivals waiting for her Or will it be blood violent bosses cut limbs and riotsAs you can see the author was cleared the air of any big expectationimpression that one might get after reading the title I personally found it wise and smart to set right expectations about the book As forewarned by the author I was able to feel that the story and the events that unfold are not something that you come across in day to day life Yeah in a way the plot and theories of the book are larger than life kindSaumya Kapoor loves her shopping malls coffee shops and short skirts Until life throws her into a small village in northern Karnataka When a regular job turns into a nightmare Saumya could hardly have imagined she meets violent bosses riots and machines which cut limbs of people Now she has to decide Should she stay or should she runShe is a girl who is always mistaken to be a guy which would give her enough problems in the subseuent events due to her unisexual name She is a MBA graduate who is in her final years attending campus interview She gets a job in Lala steel along with Amit who applies buckets of oil on his head and can never be a good company even in the most unfriendly land After bidding adieu to the academic life that she was never particularly interested in she spends her days blissfully with her friend Vartika shopping in all possible malls in DelhiNaturally you can imaging the shock she must have got when she read her offer letter It says she has been assigned to a location in far off northern Karnataka village called TornagalluShe lands in Tornagallu with her classmate Amit leaving back her close friends the city and the serenity of home There she meets Malappa a local who joins the company along with her and Amit She is deployed to the safety department where she has to see through the cruelest of accidentsincidents that happen Again the evident misinterpretation as a result of her unisexual name takes the honors in messing up things for herShe meets Shubro who lives on beer and weed and has a Move on Theory that beckons him to not stay for than 30 days in the same place She you guessed it falls for him And as if that was not enough later in the story Malappa is killed brutally as a result of a tussle with his boss Fed up Saumya resigns her job and starts her notice period of 90 days In the meantime Shubro enters her life and decides to stay in Tornagallu for the next ninety days What happens in those three months and who really is Shubro forms the rest of the storyThe author deserves appreciation for the plot and the setting The style of writing is commendable given the fact that the story is written in a girl s viewpoint by a guy The effort taken to portray the girl s perspective of world is uite visible Saumya s character is well made maybe even a little over the top which was fun to read really Her craze for stilettos and her constant concern with maintaining a good figure are well captured Asish Roa comes across as a boss that one can get only in dreamsBefore I started the novel my expectations were sky high The plot lived to it The writing didn tin places The author gave a lot of things but not what I wanted the most I was interested in seeing how Saumya transforms and how a hero is made out of her but in the end someone totally unexpected hogs the limelight To each his own I supposeIt is understandable that the story is larger than life kind but yet how Malappa dies was 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