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Reviewed in India on 13 May 2021
The book "Only the Good Die Young" justifies the title. Even in real life the good die young and the evil remains. A story revolving around Anuradha and Dhruv who seem to make a mistake by falling in love with each other despite Dhruv being already married. Sid and Shalini also play a vital role. Dhruv ends up ruining his relationship both with his wife and his love, while Sid returns to Anuradha's life for revenge.
It's a thriller mixed with mystery with a pinch of psychological aspects in relation to Sid. It actually reflects real life incidents where a lot of men who cannot digest a no from a girl come back to take revenge. This is one of the heinous acts a man can perform. Thanks to the author for taking up this issue in his book, though in a different manner but it highlights a very important issue of our society.
The book takes to a journey full of obstacles and you feel like reading it in one go.
It is written in a simple manner and language though slang and abusive words could have been avoided at various places. Giving a star less due to the abusive language I didn't find appropriate.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Justifies the title
By Ojaswini Sachdeva on 13 May 2021
The book "Only the Good Die Young" justifies the title. Even in real life the good die young and the evil remains. A story revolving around Anuradha and Dhruv who seem to make a mistake by falling in love with each other despite Dhruv being already married. Sid and Shalini also play a vital role. Dhruv ends up ruining his relationship both with his wife and his love, while Sid returns to Anuradha's life for revenge.
It's a thriller mixed with mystery with a pinch of psychological aspects in relation to Sid. It actually reflects real life incidents where a lot of men who cannot digest a no from a girl come back to take revenge. This is one of the heinous acts a man can perform. Thanks to the author for taking up this issue in his book, though in a different manner but it highlights a very important issue of our society.
The book takes to a journey full of obstacles and you feel like reading it in one go.
It is written in a simple manner and language though slang and abusive words could have been avoided at various places. Giving a star less due to the abusive language I didn't find appropriate.
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