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Life is what you make it Kindle Edition
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I think I am in loved wide its story. Its quite complicated yet interesting , it just tells that love must be confessed. delivery of the book was on time and buying this book was a good decision. I think I had added a pearl to my library. --ANKITA OJHA 31 Jul 2014
i am not a book bug.....still i managed to read the same and it totally changed my Perspective towards life.....one should definately buy this book and read it... everybody goes thru ups and downs in their lives....but how one manage the same is the question...most of us feel depressed or low at one point in time...but we should realise that life is beautiful .....with love,hope and friendship.....we should love ourselves first then only we can love others...nice book to have it in my kitty or rather my very first book...will like to read more books from the same author....well done lady!!! you rock!! --Pooja Chopra 24 Jan 2013 --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- Print Length : 226 pages
- Publisher : Srishti Publishers & Distributors (12 July 2019)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- File Size : 532 KB
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07V6HFRXC
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 9380349300
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #830 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Many errors found, bad print quality...
Total waste of money... I regret why i hadn't brought "Sapiens by Yuval Harari" earlier.
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The title of the book is self-explanatory. Life is full of ups and downs. Some people tend to get depressed because of the small struggle they face in their life. But on other hand there are also people who stand like a wall and face every situation comes in their way & make way out of it. Thus, you are only responsible for the way you want to spend your life.
Specially recommended to one who is suffering from down phase of life.
The author has described many issues that everyone faces in their lives.
What I love about the initial part is the 90's plot setting. When there were no mobile phones and how people specially lovers used to communicate. It's just leaves me in awe.
Also the author has described that everyone faces ups and downs, some take it in a positive way and keep moving forward while some think it's the end of the world and choose to commit suicide.
Then there comes the guilt part, the pressure that we face in order to excel in everything and the things we unintentionally do that hurt someone and it keeps on building up and up and one day it drowns us completely.
The author has took up a very important social issue, bipolar depression which has become very common now a days and people still are not willing to talk about it.
But what fascinates me the most is, life is actually what you make it. Because if you've the will to live life to the fullest would it be with somebody's help or without it then nobody can stop you from achieving anything and living a beautiful and amazing life.
#LifeWithPreeti It's been an amazing read for me and I would like to read other books too. Keep writing Preeti mam.
The title cover of the book says that this is a story of love, hope and how determination can overcome even destiny. However, after reading the book I realized that this is not the prime essence of the story. Of course, there is love, hope and determination in the overall context of the story.
But the main take away to me was this: No matter how high we fly, how great we feel about our capacity, abilities and skill, our life can always take an unexpected turn when we least expect it. Sometimes, what we lack at this point of time is to objectively analyse it and succumbs to the aftermath. In this case, it was a sudden appearance of her mental ailment that went unnoticed and almost took the life of Ankita. It sometimes takes an effort to trust and learn from someone (here Dr. Madhusudhan), and once we embrace it and deeply acknowledges that, we can see numerous choices revealing to ourselves.
Life is not what is ordinarily happening, but what we can see and make out of it when adversities hit us. This is a more meaningful elaboration of the title in context to the story.
Verdict: A good read.
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I really enjoyed it and will recommend it to my friends
Thank you to the author for having tackled the issue so well.
Very well written throughout with lots of lovely characters.