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I Owed You One – Madhu Vajpayee

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Book Author: Madhu Vajpayee
Book Title: I Owed You One
Paperback: 258 pages
Publisher: LiFi Publications Pvt. Ltd. (2018)
Language: English

Blurb:
Dev Khanna has it all before a mysterious letter shakes the very foundation he has built his life on. With his beliefs challenged, he decides to close the chapter once and for all. I Owed You One is the story of promises and commitments, of triumphs and defeat, and of holding on and letting go.

My View:
Let me start appreciating the doctor(author) picking up this sensitive religious centric plot. This is the story of  Dev Khanna, which starts in melbourne during the spring season. He glances the received registered letter gets lost in the memories of his childhood, and and and …

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I owed you one

What surprise does that letter bring in his life ?
Why did dev`s mind wobble?

One of the finest story which i have recently read. This book makes you realize “Being rich is not being wealthy but being with ultimate happiness”. The story will keep you engaged through out the read. “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards” can be the perfect lines for this one. You will never discern this is a fictional plot, rather it makes you feel the next door story as it is so realistic.

Cover picture looks really good as it conveys deeper meaning of the plot. Interesting Quotes here and there is must to be mentioned. The pace of the narration reduces when the story is half way but it is acceptable considering the plot. I cannot say its a thriller or mystery but it is a definite fascinating proceed. the book fits to be made into a movie (with minor changes), It carries every emotion and gives a bigger place to the human values. Fit to be re-verified for minor mistakes (grammar, punctuation), i liked the way the story has been ended.

Overall I rate “I Owed You One – Madhu Vajpayee” a 3.5/5 with enough twists, good vocabulary, carries every human emotions, natural story-line and justified characters.

Regards
Kiran K Adharapuram

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