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I Owed You One Paperback – 1 March 2019
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- ASIN : 9386191288
- Publisher : LiFi Publications Pvt Ltd (1 March 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 258 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9789386191281
- ISBN-13 : 978-9386191281
- Item Weight : 220 g
- Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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The story revolves around Dev Khanna and his life. He is too rich and based in Australia. As it is said that wealth should never be confused with happiness, this story about Dev’s life affirms the same. He receives a letter due to which he is forced to go back to India and begin a fresh chapter of his life. There is a love story too in this story of emotional turmoil. There are various incidents that can shake and even break the heart of the person yet Dev is going through all this. Afterall, life is not easy and this story proves it. The story will keep you involved and it might be similar to someone around you who is too rich. You will have to read the story to find out more.
The cover of the book is okay. It is simple but tells you nothing about the story except that the protagonist is male and he will travel. The title is also okay. I did not like it much though. The plot has many twists and turns and could have spoiled the story with confusion. But it was the narration that justified the plot and made it look beautiful. The story is slow-paced; it gains the pace at certain points of time but is overall a slow read. It is right for the story as you need to understand emotionally what is happening.
Pick it up if you like to read contemporary fiction.
Title- 3 / 5
Cover- 3.5 / 5
Plot- 4.5 / 5
Narration- 5 / 5
Overall- 5 / 5
Final Rating: 4.5/5
The Cover is beautifully designed. It has an image of a guy standing on the verge of some river when a Plane is in the air.
The title is eye catching and mesmerizing. I don't want to play a spoilsport, by letting you know what meant what. I can just tell you that the title is quite apt for the story. It is one of the best thriller, you will come across.
The plot was well written, and descriptively emphasized to provide the reader a unique experience.
The Story has all the elements, to provide the reader a whirlpool of emotions throughout the journey. And what kept me interested from putting down the book was the surprise element. The twists and turns were totally unpredictable.
The characterization is done with a great clarity. All characters were justified and given importance as per their role in the plot.
The language used in the book is lucid and easy to understand and connect with the readers.
Overall, I Owed You One is an good example of how a thriller should be.
Most of Thrillers lack on one part or the other. But this was a Balanced Thriller with all the emotions.
Looking forward to read more from the authoress in the future.
It is a contemporary take on modern family relationships and the challenges that a family can face if it stands united against adversities.
I owed you one is basically about the extent a person can go to fulfill a promise, it also deals with emotions and commitments.
Language and Narration from the author seems to be excellent, which in turn helps the book to be a page turner.
As expected the protagonist Dev Khanna's character has been established well and the characters revolving around the protagonist have been written well too.
The title and the cover didn't seem much attractive, could've designed it better.
A book that primarily talks about promise offers a promising ride.
I would rate it 4/5.