Thursday, 4 June 2015

Two Fates- Review

Two Fates

-By Judy Balan

Unfolded as an inspiration from Chetan Bhagat's Two states, Two Fates story is written is an exceptionally hilarious manner. Though the story is predictable and I found nothing new in its plot, but still i found joy reading this. 

This is the story of Rishabh and Deepika, the Punjabi Boy and a Tamilian girl couple who are married two years ago and have got bored and irritated of each others' habits in this two years. After passing the hurdles of convincing their family for their marriage, now they are looking forward to find ways to tell them about their divorce because two years of their marriage have created a strong bond of love between their families.

With the funny incidences and dialogues of the Old Wives Club to the behavior and character of Twinky and the Cat, the story ends with the couple falling in love with each other again after successfully getting divorced. 

Sharing the sweet and sour aspect of a couples' life after and before love and marriage, this book might be very predictable but it is a must and refreshing read by Judy Balan. A laughing ride indeed.

Overall Ratings:
Book Cover: 4.5/5
Plot: 2.5/5
Character justification: 4/5
Final Rating: 3/5

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