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Book Review- The Best Seller She Wrote

It comes as no surprise that Ravi Subramanian’s latest book- The Bestseller she wrote is the No. 1 book on the HT Nielson BookScan.  With all the ingredients of a hit Bollywood masala movie a motion picture is to be made on it soon too. I was very keen to read this book as this was the first time one of my favorite authors had chosen intrigue in romance as his subject. Beneath the title of the book are three words that describe the book and its story very aptly- Love, Betrayal and Redemption; the three classic ingredients of a great story.

When a best-selling writer of thrillers chooses love as his subject the story is sure to be a thrilling one with lots of twists and turns which will leave you guessing till the end.  Ravi’s latest book did not disappoint for a second. I was hooked and could not put down the book and read it through the course of a day.

I’m not going to give you the entire story and spoil your fun but what I’d really like to do is give you a brief outline of the plot. I’m sure just reading this is going to get your adrenaline pumping and you will want to grab a copy right away. So what do you think happens when a best-selling author becomes a fan of the writing of one of his fans? Paperback King Aditya Kapoor has the life any person would kill to get. Donning many hats and succeeding at all is not something every man can carry off. Aditya boasts of a perfect family, banking career and stardom as a literary genius.

What happens when Aditya meets Shreya Kaushik; a young beautiful, ambitious student who does not take no for an answer. Shreya nurses a dream of being a bestselling author. Will Aditya make Shreya’s dream come true? What about his family? What is the price Aditya will pay for his one mistake? So many questions will run through your mind just reading the back cover of this amazing book.

The best solution, grab a copy and put all your answers to rest. It is fascinating that at the end you are left speechless wondering how brilliantly the author has pieced together loose ends in the story and brought out a whole new angle to the story that you weren’t even remotely expecting. This hits you so hard and it fills you with a sense of wonderment. 

Ravi Subramanian is truly a master story teller and his latest book is really a heady cocktail which will take you on this thrilling and fabulous journey you will enjoy immensely.  If you’d like to take a sneak peek into the book to check out the action beforehand, as if I’ve not gone on and on about it in my review you can check out the book trailers here on YouTube.  
So what are you waiting for? Go grab a copy of the most entertaining read this Christmas now!

 I am reviewing ‘The Bestseller She Wrote’ by Ravi Subramanian as a part of the biggest Book Review Program for Indian Bloggers. Participate now to get free books!


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