The Mentor - a love story Paperback – 1 January 2019
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- ASIN : B07YVLYCCB
- Publisher : Shobana Mahadevan; 1st edition (1 January 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 254 pages
- Reading age : 18 years and up
- Item Weight : 200 g
- Dimensions : 20.5 x 13 x 1.4 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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This might not be a story with a HEA.. but this was just how it should have been
The Mentor leaves a very good message about life and about how the human mind works...I always admire this about Shobana's books... the insights that leave you with a lot of thoughts to ponder over...Aditya is an adorable character. I loved the scene where he openly speaks abt his feelings for Sasha with Dyuti, bringing them even closer...Dyuti is someone most women can relate to, with her insecurities, managing her kid and home and office and Aditya is the husband every woman wants to have...Saasha needed Aditya to come out of her shell and their meeting was the best thing that happened to her... I m happy she finds her Mr right in the end ❤
As usual Sobhana’s narrative, though sounds simple, conveys a profound understanding of human mind. So she dons many roles such as a Counselor, a Team Leader, a Motivational Expert, and above all a Great Leader. Shobana carries her readers through the labyrinthine lane of mind, portraying through various characters her understanding of human frailties and the potential to overcome those frailties. I am sure Sobhana will put her great understanding of the human mind and her liberal thinking to further use through story telling, which is the best way of communicating with the masses and influencing their thinking. And that would certainly be of a great service to humanity. Apart from a story, this book can also be read as a study on the behavioral science with stress on organizational behaviour.
As usual what I like most about Shobana’s writing is her introspection in the background of her spiritual understanding. They come out quite often making one to think a bit deeply. Whether it is soliloquy by Saasha or introspection by Aditya, their thoughts are quite invigorating.
The twist took my heart away. But the story gave me so much learn about real love, trust, pure innocent feelings and unbreakable relationship.
Definitely one should read it. Highly recommended 👌👍
It was just the other way of looking at things that I liked most about this book. Really awesome.