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This Deb-Avantika story leaves you bored mid-way
Reviewed in India on 24 September 2018
I don't feel that this book is written by the current Durjoy. Somehow I feel that Durjoy had gone 4-5 years back with his writing in this book. As I became his fan just by reading "Till the Last Breath", I bought all his books, and pre-ordered all the books since "Hold My Hand". And I feel that his writing has matured a lot from his past works. I find "Of Course I Love You" the worst book and "She Broke Up ...." the best till now in the Deb-Avantika series. But I like his works in "Our Impossible Love", "The Boy Who Loved", "The Boy With a Broken Heart", etc. But I feel that with "The Perfect Us" he had gone back a few years.
This book will entertain you in the beginning but after sometime you will feel that it has lost the charm. The whole book revolves around a single decision which makes it dull. And another reason for me not liking this book might be that I tend to compare it to the real Durjoy-Avantika, and I find it difficult to digest what's written in the book.