Book Review: Call me Saaya by Zoe M

Better Days and Beautiful Life.

Author: Zoe M
Rating: 3/5

Review:

Call me Saaya is a story of ShamsVidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewerVidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewerher and Sayana. The plot is based the traditional village of India in Rajasthan. The backdrop of  Rajasthan made this story more interesting. The way the author described the culture, believes is amazing. The plot of the story is interesting full of twists and turns. The narration of the story is crisp and engaging.

The story has various themes like Love, hate, Romance, Mystery, and relationship. The drama and the Dialogues keep the reader Invested in. I loved how the events were taking place unfolding the Mystery. The Language Used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is Lucid and gripping.

The suspense element is maintained throughout the story. One can relate to the story from the very first page. Though at some places I was not able to connect with the story. I loved the climax of the story, the way it ended is amazing.

The characters have a strong personality. Each of them had a vital role to play. I loved  Shamsher’s Character the most. His witty nature made me fall in love with him. The author has developed each and every character beautifully.I loved the cover and the title of the book. The blurb of the book is apt.

Overall, It’s a good book with mystery and Lots of Suspense. A creative plot, simple language and crisp narration make it an amazing read.

I wish if it was in Paperback.

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Summary

Shamsher Singh Rathore has it all. A job he loves and a life he lives every moment. Until an untimely call from home embroils him with a woman called Saaya who proceeds to turn his orderly world upside down!
The only interest Sayana Singh Rajput had in him was the prized Sheesh Haveli. She had never believed in love until destiny threw her this impossible challenge.
What do you do when all that you believed in turns out to be a lie?
Will Shamsher be able to save his world?
Will Sayana believe in love or will she allow avarice ruin it all?
What about Saaya?
What happens when desire meets destiny?
Set in idyllic Rajasthan, Call me Saaya is the story of two souls in pursuit for true love while destiny has other plans for them.

This Post Has 42 Comments

  1. Aditi Kapur

    I was finding a reliable source for the review of this book. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Roshan

    The premise sounds interesting… Will check it out

    1. vidhya thakkar

      yay

  3. SUJATA

    Mystery & Suspense has always been my favorite genre since childhood. Add to this the royal Rajstahni background to make it even more exciting to read. Thanks Vidhya for sharng this review of Call me Saaya’ #myFriendAlexa #SujatawdeReads

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank you maam!

  4. Pranoti

    Nice book review 🙂

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank you

  5. Manas Mukul

    Good review Vidhya. I like the layout of your blog. Keep the good work going. 🙂
    #MyFriendAlexa #ContemplationOfaJoker #Jokerophilia

  6. Latha

    Such an intriguing storyline… I don’t like Kindle versions much, takes the joy out of reading.

    Having said that I buy Kindle books a lot bcos they are so cheap and I carry them with me always.

    Need to check this book n author

  7. Jheelam

    The cover is so pretty. Tempting enough for me to read the book. Thanks for the review.

  8. Supriya

    The plot seems interesting and mysterious. I like mystery novels n movies

  9. Rashi Roy

    That looks like an interesting backdrop! Thanks for sharing your review.

  10. Disha

    A very detailed post covering all aspects of the book. Storyline looks gripping.

  11. Shubhra

    Sounds interesting

  12. Sanjota

    Looks like a good read book. Rajasthan culture fascinates me 🙂

  13. Sashwata Roy

    Thanks for sharing the review

  14. Shail

    Sounds interesting. Will surely try it

  15. Pri

    A delightful review. Thanks for sharing!

  16. saba irfan

    this looks a nice book with an interesting theme

  17. Richa Mina

    ohkkk plot seems usual only…. is there a very big suspense in the story????

  18. Nidhi Rawal Gautam

    Thanks for sharing Vidhya. Will surely read.

  19. Pragnya Mishra

    Looks like a promising debut in romance genre with mystery and Rajasthani backdrop. Would give it a try.

  20. Vandana Mathur

    An intriguing theme set in Rajasthan! Seems interesting. Thanks for the review.

  21. Humaira

    Amazing and beautiful post. The novel is so romantic with mystery. Great thoughts.

  22. Anmol Rawat

    Nice review! Mystery has always intrigued me!

  23. Ajay Kontham

    This is a nice review. And it sounds like an interesting book. Also, adding the book to my to-read list.
    Thank you. 🙂

  24. Pooja Kawatra

    Love this story of mystery and suspense! Such a beautiful book review and keep me glued.

  25. Surabhi

    Sounds great! Will check out for sure.

  26. Mahati Ramya adivishnu

    I like books with simple language and suspense. Nice review.

  27. Sudip Saha

    Seems to be an interesting read. Gonna check it out.

  28. Neha Tambe

    The storyline sounds promising. Will check it out.

  29. sudha

    The back drop seems intriguing. Has inspired me to check this book out. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  30. Tina

    Sounds quite interesting. I like suspense and thrillers

  31. Anubhuti

    The cover looks very attractive. The book looks interesting, and I love Rajasthan so a must read for me.

  32. Akshata

    Been quite a while since I read a mystery book especially by an Indian author, thanks for the review.

  33. Tina Acharya

    WONDERFUL REVIEW. The book seems to be interesting. Adding to the bucket list.

  34. The Reading Momster

    Looks like a great light thriller! I am adding this to my TBR

  35. Sinjana Ghosh

    Well done with the review. Interesting book

  36. Surbhi Mahobia

    Interesting! I am looking for a light read. Call Me Saaya seems like the answer. #surreads #myfriendalexa #blogchatter

  37. Nayantara Hegde

    I loved the cover. I was drawn to it. Never could guess its set in Rajasthan. Looks like a light read and ideal for travelling

  38. Mary Nicole

    Thanks for the review Purchased last night and it is really a good book.

    1. Vidhya Thakkar

      Thank You

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