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Three Times Looser Kindle Edition
About the Author
- ASIN : B01GKAM6GO
- Publisher : Srishti Publishers & Distributors (1 August 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 1796 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 306 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #115,017 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The story has love, heartbreak and much more, but it's not just what we think it is. The book is moving in a pace, making sure that the reader gets connected with the story, and the characters there in.
The characters are described in a neat manner. Tho the stories ar first aren't interconnected, there's a smooth transition phase, and that makes the book a non complicated one. The narration is on point. The language is simple. The twists are nice, and overall a nice read.
Author- Akash Verma
Book is divided in four parts.
Three times loser deals with three stories relating the major characters of Megha, Mandira, Shonali Three of them were leading a totally different lifestyle.
Megha, A homemaker Mandira, A top MNC executive; Shonali, A Corporate Slut in Mumbai.
And The common protagonist was Alok.
One day, they all receive a letter from Alok and asks them to come to Dehradun.
The situation is somehow dubiety
for all three of ladies.
The concept was something different.
The characters have been etched as ordinary as one can get & that’s what makes Bond’s writing mesmerizing.
The plot is very simple and unique also. End of story was something unexpected.
🃏The characters are nicely developed.
🃏Overall decent read.
This title has given me the story content outline. But the inner content and the deep down story is really very innovative.
I really like the interconnecting stories in general as because they are very interesting and also unpredictable in the middle. This story too does the same thing such as making us read the book to know the story climax. The book has just four parts and each are named under the main characters. The language is simple and easy to read. I feel that this book is very intruding to read. Simple narration and the simple story makes the book even better while reading.
This story is kinda same.
First of all, this plot is one of a kind and I will for sure recommend it.
Story revolves around Alok who one day, sends letters to his three old female love interest and asks them to visit him. The ladies, after all these years, engulfed in their varied lifestyles at various places got stuck in a dilemma to receive his letters out of nowhere.
What happened next? Why do they receive such letters are all in the book.
This is my second read from the author and I'm loving his writing.
Cover as well as title is quite melancholic but it's a nice book to read.
The basic plot is about 3 women - Megha, A homemaker; Mandira, A top MNC executive; Shonali, A Corporate Slut in Mumbai (as mentioned by the author himself), and a man, Alok. One day suddenly these 3 women receive a letter from Alok which says that he has some possession which belong to them, and he can’t keep it anymore and wants to return it. This is very confusing for all three of them, and asks them to come to Dehradun.
Basically it is a triple story with the centre being Alok, and converging in the end. Pace of the book is okay, and language pretty fluent. Characters are good and plot is really nice. I liked his way of narration throughout the book, but there were some minute errors with the editorial, but that is tolerable. Overall I liked it and I’m glad I picked this book, Akash Verma is an amazing writer.
Quote of the day: “If there's a single lesson that life teaches us, it's that wishing doesn't make it so.”
~Lev Grossman, The Magicians
This is my third book by this author. I am very impressed by his narration and plot development. When I read the plot of the book, I was intrigued. I decided to give it a shot then and there. The book was perfectly edited and there were no mistakes.
When I opened the book it occurred quite long to me, but it was so nicely paced that it was finished before I contemplated. I am now a fan
Megha , Mandira and Sonali - at some point of their lives , they've met Alok - the protagonist. Alok had some history with these three women.
The overall theme of this book reminds me of his other book ' A broken Man ' which has a segment similar to this one.
Three different stories converges together to give birth to the climax of this book.
It has a steady pace with few hiccups. It does connects to the reader with it's emotions. Narration is fluid with middling character build up.
Overall it was a smooth read.