We Never Know – Bhumika Monani

Book Name: We Never Know
Author Name: Bhumika Monani
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 2851 KB
Print Length: 145 pages

Jigisha, hailing from the small city of Ajmer, and a fresher at St. Edmunds College, has a lot in store for her for the next three years of her life.

Would her friendship with Sushant and love for Nikhil turn her into a different person? Or would she gain a new perspective on life?

Will the iterations of ever changing circumstances leave her high and dry? Read this gripping saga that will take you back to your college days and make you nostalgic.

My View:
Let me start with the cover of the book which has an abstract image of a wavy haired lass depicting different colors of emotion and also with an enigmatic title. This is an uncomplicated plot of Jigisha from Ajmer and her college life with many twists in the plot.

The story grabs attention of the readers who wish to go back to their college days where many incidents seems to be closely relatable and targeted to college goers.

I wonder if this book is printed from the draft (raw/un-edited) version leaving me puzzled as to why there are so many chapters. Very few pages are error free. Un-necessary usage of unwonted english words adds a minus point to the story flow.  Improper composition of the sentences and poor vocabulary made me to skip the book read for many weeks. Comprehensively its a disappointing read.

If I say something to be improved:
1. Reduction in chapter count
2. Strict re-edit
3. Correction of syntax and semantics

Overall I rate “We Never Know – Bhumika Monani” a 2.25/5, with not much interesting read, forced dram and deprived vocabulary.

Kiran K Adharapuram

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