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Reviewed in India on 2 October 2021
There are very few books that fascinate me mainly due to its title and cover and I don't even have to read the blurb to make an informed decision about picking it up. This is one such novel which I started reading with a clear slate in my mind.

YA novels are usually a rarity as far as Indian Literature is concerned and this book belongs to the same genre . Naada is a sort of Love Guru that we often come across in Bollywood flicks . She advises people on how to keep their relationship intact or built a new one from scratch and makes a career out of it . And as it happens in those movies too , when the love advisor herself falls for someone she is not able to apply the same principles and rules .

The book is entertaining. Beside offering light humor it also back tracks the protagonist story during her childhood that how she struggled in her earlier days which helps the readers to comprehend the various layers of her character. The connect in the story is bit missing. There are junctures when it feels like tale is more of a zigsaw puzzle waiting to get organized but it never really happens. The concept is intriguing and though the plot is quite common in movies but not so in the books that I have read.
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