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  1. Completed reading "A Knotty Affair" by Dhaval Birajdar Jinadatt About the Author Dhaval Birajdar completed his master’s in mechanical engineering and is currently working as Assistant Professor in a reputed college in Mumbai. He has already published a novel named “366 Days” and this is his second work. My Review It was a great story. Firstly, I want to tell about its cover. Its cover is of deep blue shade, which gives a hint about depth of relationships. This is a story about Viraj Sargaokar(Gao) who has many problems like stammering, low self esteem and is an introvert and how he copes all his problems and gets his dream girl(Ruhi) through a wrong call which turns to a Knotty Affair. Throughout the story author emphasised on relashionships. I liked the swiftness of the story. Rating>>5/5
  2. Hello Freinds, Just completed reading "Go Clown" by Shatrugna Vadwlas This was my first book for the accomplishment of my New Year Resolution. <B> About Author </B> Shatrugna Vadwlas is a Software architect based in the US, with an American Masters in Engineering and an undergraduate degree from the National Institute of Technology (NIT), India. He is a contributor to the Times of India, Huffington Post, Faking News and other Media Portals. He has completed a writer's course at the Writers Center in Washington DC. His short story "The Lost Spirit" inspired by the heart-wrenching story of Aylan, the Syrian toddler whose body was washed ashore in Turkey, was chosen for Ashvamegh, an Indian Literary magazine. <B> About Book</B> What is more common than a cellphone in India? Another Boring Romance Novel (Same old Story yaar!). India's Biggest Comedy in Literature! Da Bad Boy Novel. Dedicated to the Desi Software Dudes/Dudesses who turn their Coffee, Beer and even their Blood (sometimes!) into Code & The Great Indian Students who find Facebook to be the most interesting amongst their Books. Read, Laugh, Cry (With Laughter!), Repeat & Get a Girlfriend! <B><U> My Review</B></U> By reading its name one can presume that it is merely a comedy genre book, but along with comedy it has some esssence of moral values and atiquettes. The novel has been divided into various short stories which are very amusing. All in all it is truly #Achhedin for comedy It is a must read Comedy Novel My Rating>>4.5/5