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September 24, 2020

Book Review: Quarter of Life Crisis by Anshuk Attri

Product details

Paperback:304 pages

Publisher:Maple Press; First edition (1 April 2017)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 819332482X

ISBN-13: 978-8193324820

Package Dimensions: 4 x 13.8 x 2 cm


What is this book all about?

I am Prachur, a twenty-three year old guy from Shimla and I want to tell you my story. I don’t claim that my life is particularly worth reading, especially the first twenty one years. But things did become interesting by the time I came to finish my degree in engineering. At the time I was like every other guy of my age — pretentious and clueless about my future. I loathed the very idea of a mundane job. I felt that my lack of clarity about my future was my biggest problem. Imagine what I felt when I found out that Neera, my girlfriend, was pregnant! Quarter life Crisis is the story of my coming of age and my quest for happiness.


The language was simple and easy to understand however the narration and the dialogue were confusing and I did not understand what the author wanted to convey. The cover of the book was not that great and appealing. The characters of Prachur, Neera and Innaya were portrayed well. The book was a bit boring and bit dragged. However the story was gripping and it kept me hooked till the end.


If you like college romance then this book is the apt book for you. I would not recommend this book to anyone because it just made me feel like a regular story and nothing unique however it only kept me hooked till the end is because of the relationship status of Prachur and Neera.

Rating: 2*/5

PS: Thank you Pblishing for this copy.

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