Ponytail: The Love for Revenge (Book Review)

  • Paperback: 172 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace; 1 edition (2016)
  • Language: English

About the book-

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Ponytail title and its relation with the story: The ponytail This is the story of a young successful businessman Prabuddh; who has lost his parents in his teenage because of foul play. He had determined to become the most powerful man and worked hard, he had feeling of revenge in his mind. Section 1: After completion of his education because of his hard work and intelligence he made name in business; while he fell in love of ‘Tapasya’, one of his employee. He partnered with another beautiful lady Kaumudi. Everything was going well but once a while Tapasya had doubt about the character of Prabuddh and committed suicide. Prabuddh could not bear her lose and passed through a anguished phase.

Review-

The writing style of the Author is fine and very easy to understand.

The story of this book revolves around two main characters Tapasya and Prabuddh.

I got the book as a review copy and when I saw the title of the book Ponytail: The Love for Revange, I thought I am going to read something interesting and different but unfortunately it was not like that the book have a typical Indian love story an emerging businessman who lost his parents and after that there is only one goal left in  his life to earn lots of money but he fell in love with beautiful girl Tapasya. But second half part of this book is little interesting. Twists in the story were unpredictable. And there is a smooth ending.

I was trying to keep my interest in the story but unfortunately I was not able keep my interest in it due to lack of grip but second part of the book was little interesting.. Narration could be little more impressive but pace of the story was fine.

Overall a good effort by the Author.

Ratings-

 

Story:- ⭐⭐⭐ 3/5
Charecters:-⭐⭐2/5
Narration:-⭐⭐2/5
Cover:-⭐⭐⭐3/5
Overall:-⭐⭐⭐3/5

 

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