Where there are Friends, There’s Everything.
Where did your last read take you? Mine took me to Prague. Tell me in comments
Author: Ravinder Singh
Publisher: Harpercollins India
The plot of the story is simple and predictive. The narration of the story is crisp but at some point, it starts making the reader tedious. There are a few twists that the author added to make it adventurous.
It’s a combination of humour and friendship. Themes Like love, friendship, humour, fun are used by the author. The language used by the author is witty. The writing style of the author is crisp and relatable.
The author tries to keep the reader engaged throughout. The Characters that the author made are good. I liked Ravin’s character the most. I liked how the author developed the characters as well as the plot with every coming chapter.
This story will make you nostalgic about all the good times with your friends. The pace of the story is a bit slow. It was on and off book for me. Though I enjoyed the journey of Prague with the author. The backdrop of Prague is wonderfully described by the author.
It’s a good book but could have been much better. Overall it’s a complete Bollywood story. Looking for a light read? Go for it.
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It’s been twelve years since Happy, MP, Raamji and Ravin graduated. Well into their married lives, they realize that none of them had a bachelor party before their weddings. But it’s never too late to set things right. They go about planning their belated bachelor party – a Euro trip which, well, ends up becoming the trip of their lifetime. Picture this: It’s the middle of the night. The four friends wait to be strip-searched by the border police. They are stuck in the no-man’s land between Croatia and Slovenia, without valid visas, but with banned party drugs and a rifle cartridge … Welcome to one hell of a reunion! Bestselling author Ravinder Singh returns with his friends in a hilarious, moving story of friendship and adventure.