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40 Feet Off The Ground!: - a love story Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07PQRTM36
- Language : English
- File size : 361 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 188 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #18,945 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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This is an awesome book which portrays the true friendship and love. I guarantee you that it surely bring back your memories about college life. The feel is amazing and the author has tried her best to visualize it. We can interlink our college days and feel great about it. This book brings out the latest trend and happenings around us. Beautiful, adorable book which stays in my library forever. I don't want to add the content/story of the book because it will be driving you inside the dream and imagination world as you peep your eyes into the book.
40 feet off the ground - It will throw you out into the new world of love and wonderful relationship between a couple
“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”
― Charles William Eliot
A relatable storyline, strong characterization bits of which everyone can find in themselves, effortlessly flowing narration and the apt choice of words, this makes for an interesting and ‘un-putdownable’ read.
Many of the characters remain etched in one's mind even after finishing the reading. Another beautiful aspect is the happy ending. It symbolizes how one can approach the life's choices. It is for us to decide whether we want to have a happy ending or something beset with misery. Happy ending may not mean that we would be laughing all the time. This to me means how we understand each situation which is loaded with past baggage and how we decide to move on and be prepared to face the life as it comes.
A racy flowing narrative, relatable characters and the most apt choice of words makes it great read across all age groups.
The philosophical lines about life on the last page of the book - so profound, true and absolutely beautiful!
I could re-live my college days with the breezy book. Every college gang has this combination of friends
1. Rich guy active in sports
2. A carefree guy
3. A nerdy guy
4. Affectionate and studious girl
5. Practical girl
6. Typical middle class girl
This story also has the same set of friends and the sweetest part is you will see either Dinesh/Ram from your college gang in place of Vishal and Aadhi. That's is the success of the writer.
I love the character of Kavya as she is so practical in her approach and try to balance both family and boy friend with so much of pain. The way it ended is really touching.
As the author herself a woman, their characters are so strong in every aspect.
There were some cliches in the book and Dating part took me little away from the reality.
Apart from that this is a good book to get your wonderful college memories back. Well done Shobana 👌
The story races along, the interplay among the characters, the conviction they show, the romance that follows all make for an enjoyable read and makes us realise that the path we travel add to the memories we cherish.
Importantly the portrayal of Women from a thought angel is much appreciated for the choice of words.
Finally a good excuse to quickly slip into imagination and stay dreamy.
The story is woven intricately around the millennial generation in south India, particularly in Chennai. The social issues are brought out but in an interesting manner where they are not taken out of context but at the same time kept relevant.
The romance between the protagonists is really intense, has that right blend of masala, and is very interesting.
It was a great read, especially on a Saturday oafter a week of stress at my job. Some of the incidents took me on a nostalgic trip to my college days.
Really enjoyed reading the book. Kudos to the author.