Book Review: I am an average looking boy

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Author: Roopesh Kumar
Publisher: Fingerprint Publishers
Rating: 2/5

Summary:Vidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai

Once upon a time, there was an intelligent boy called Vidoy.
And there was a beautiful girl called Dibisha.
They met under the Virgin tree, Hindu college. She found him not her cup of tea. He was not in a condition to think anything but run away.
Very soon, they became close friends. He fell in love with her. But he did never say. She never even thought about him in that way. For her, he was just an average looking boy.

She can go for lingerie shopping with him. She doesn’t feel odd. He can hold her hand while crossing the road. But they are just friends. Read the book to find out what happens next. Will he ever tell what he feels for her? If he does, will she ever accept him? And also know about the interesting myths about Virgin tree.


I am an average looking boy… will you be y girlfriend? is the story of Dibisha and Vidoy.Well, first of all the cover and the title of the book is average. It could have been something else. This book didn’t work for me. The dialogues are very poor, so is the vocabulary. This book is simple but not at all interesting. the book is not well edited. The pace of the story is slow and the flow is okay. The wow factors that a story can have are missing. There are many concepts like the virgin tree in the book which the author could have explained in a beautiful way with proper grammar. The language is simple and easy. The characters were average. The plot was not that strong and the narration was medium.

Overall,  This book didn’t work for me.

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*** I received this copy from the publishers in exchange for honest and unbiased review***

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