Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Review-The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian


Paperback king Aditya Kapoor’s life was straight out of modern man’s fantasy. His literary stardom id perfectly balanced by a loving wife and a spectacular career. With everything he touches turns to gold, Aditya is on a winning streak.

Shreya Kaushik is a student with heart full of ambition. Young, beautiful and reckless, Shreya speaks her mind and obsessively chases after what she wants. And what she wants is to be a bestselling author.

What happens when their worlds collide? Is it possible to love two people at same time? Can real ambition come in the way of blind passion? Can trust once broken, be regained?

Master storyteller Ravi Subramanian delves into the glitzy world of bestsellers and uncovers a risky dalliance between a superstar novelist and his alluring protégé.

The Bestseller She Wrote is a combustible cocktail of love, betrayal and redemption.

About the Author

Ravi Subramanian, an alumnus of IIM Bengaluru, has spent two decades working his way up the ladder of power in the amazingly exciting and adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. Four of Ravi’s seven bestselling titles have been award winners. If God Was a Banker, won the Golden Quill Reader’s Choice Award. He won the Economist Crossword Book Award in 2012 for The Incredible Banker, The Crossword Book Award in 2013 for The Bankster and more recently in 2014 for his thriller Bankerupt. For Ravi, The Bestseller She Wrote, marks the beginning of a new chapter in his writing. A significant departure from his usual fare, this is Ravi’s first book on romantic intrigue.  

He lives in Mumbai with his wife Dharini, and daughter, Anusha.

You can also know more about the book and the author through these links: 

1.     Ravi Subramanian’s Website: www.Authorravis.com
3.   Twitter: @subramanianravi
4.   Instagram: Ravi Subramanian on Instagram
5.    Blog: www.Authorravi.com
7.    Video 1: https://youtu.be/w2MiP8D6Bbw
8.   Video 2: https://youtu.be/WS-jPOiqYhU


          This is first Ravi Subramanian book I have read and I loved the way he has written the book. Use of simple language, twists and turns in the story, apt introduction of real life individuals like Anurag Kashyap, Chetan Bhagat, etc and happenings like Ebola scare in story are some of the highlights of the book which keeps the reader engrossed and feel real.

          This book keeps the reader guessing till end “What will happen next?” This is one book which I couldn’t stop reading till its end. While reading I could actually visualize each scene in front of my eyes, especially the revelation part at end. The way the story has been written taking care of each and every minute detail, each character, their behaviors, their insecurities etc. has been finely written.  

          This book is typical Bollywood masala movie material. But it’s a must read for all aspiring authors as this book provides insight of how publishing and marketing of a book works.

          In short if you love romance and suspense you will love it.

What I didn’t like …

          It would have been better if something more was written about Sanjay and Shreya’s lives; like Shreya’s childhood, her relationship with Sanjay etc.

Other than that, the book is good, enjoyable read.

Book name: The Bestseller She Wrote
Author: Ravi Subramanian
Total number of pages: 391
Cost: Rs 295
Binding: Paperback
Genre: Fiction
Language: English
ISBN No: 978-93-85152-38-2
Published By: Westland Ltd.

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