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Book Review of “The Quest For Nothing” by Anurag Anand | soniareviews
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Deeply in love with each other and too responsible for their respective jobs they both accept the situation demand and Akash shifts to Mumbai. After some time Deepali too got transfer to Mumbai and they both were too happy for being with each other. AS being in corporate sector somehow they manage to be with each other on theirs special days and moments but soon they start taking each other for granted and distance start increasing between them physically as well as emotionally too.
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At that time Akash takes a decision and moves to delhi, his college friend Vikram helps him in shifting and getting a job in finance sector in Delhi. Where he meets with a female colleague Monisha. Distance between both of them plays a very important role and Akash starts taking interest in Monisha and her life. He completely forgets about Deepali and ends up worrying more about Monisha.
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Deepali too feel that something is not going well and start inspecting all the matter. In the end of the story you will see the fake face of friendship, and the real side of relationships. Complete picture of relationships, love, friendship, betrayal and selfishness. The title does fully justice with the story and use of new and different words makes it different and interesting from the other stories. The first half of the story is quite well and last part of the story is too interesting as well as full of suspense.
Then they end up making a similar mistake as the protagonist did. In the end I would say I took too much time in reading this book for that I cursed myself coz of my office work and took too much time to write the review.. A must read if you want to see a different path of life with lots of turn and twists. View 2 comments. Jul 21, Mohit rated it liked it.
In a cobweb of highly uncommon and difficult vocabulary, this book continues to keep you connected. The plot is not unique, yet Anurag has written in a way that the reader is glued to the book till it ends. Quite interesting and total value for money. Wish all the best for Anurag for his coming books. Jul 17, Sundeep Supertramp rated it did not like it Shelves: thriller.
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Nov 02, Anil Swarup rated it it was ok. An ordinary book with an ordinary story. Only at the end is there some action but otherwise the story drags and on occasion it is not taut enough to sustain interest. Dec 01, Sreecharan Sankaranarayanan rated it liked it.
A pretty predictable and ordinary read. Although a few concepts are novel and fresh, the entire novel seems like a half-baked idea. Try it if you liked The Legend of Amrapali and would like to read more of Anurag Anand or if you're just looking for a short read.
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