Book review: 37+ Grace Marks by Vishal Anand

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The best gift you can give your loved ones is your Trust

Author: Vishal Anand
Publisher: Srishti Publisher
Ratings: 3.5/5


What happens when you fall in love at first sight? That too in college, which is supposed to be the best time of one’s life. But is it the best place to find love too?
Viraj falls head over heels in love with his classmate Nimisha, who could make boys on campus go crazy. While his friends Punit and Sahil just want to have fun – despite poor mark-sheets, grace marks to pass, and other everyday adventures – Viraj wants more from his life and love.
Life has led Viraj to the edge of a cliff. He has a choice to make – to forget everything and jump, or fight.What brought him here? An unrequited love, encounters with law, or the dilemma of grace marks? Where does Viraj’s story eventually end?
Welcome to 37 + Grace Marks, Viraj’s journey to discover that there is more to life than marks.


The book brings back many memories of college days. The story of Viraj, studying engineering describing various incidences, his college days, Fun and enjoyment with friends, college festivals, and Love.  The plot is clean with surprise elements and fun, how he falls in love with Nimisha and cannot forget her, with so much of politics in college, he manages to handle an event of his college festival, his fun with friends, how supportive friends he has, and many incidents are narrated very well. The language is simple and grows the interest of a reader. The title and cover of the book is something I Loved.

Simple plot, simple language with good narration. I loved the start of the book but in middle, I felt little bored. though the ending was interesting.  Characters narration is also good, but there was something in the story that was missing. It could have been better. A story with Fun, emotions, enjoyment, love, failure, hope and all about friendship. I loved how his friends supported him in every situation.
It a good, light read where you will live your college days again.

You can Get your copy here.

** I received a copy of the book from the Author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review**

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