Marry Me Stranger by Novoneel Chakraborty

Marry Me Stranger by Novoneel Chakraborty

Review – 3.5/5

Rivannah Banerjee (Mini) an ambitious, brilliant girl from Kolkata has managed to grab her dream job via campus placement programme. She moves to Mumbai to pursue her career.

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Things seem to be perfect till and unfortunate character; A stranger enters Mini’s life. The person stalks her and has managed to acquire Mini’s most intimate secrets.  There is just a voice; a voice that is threatening and commanding. The stranger helps Mini a lot but as the stranger says “Noting comes for free”, the stranger makes Mini return the favor.  He forces her to do certain tasks which seems to be simple but not doing it puts Mini into deep trouble.  Frustrated and scared, Mini finally approaches police for help.

The story has been amazingly carved out. As each page progress, suspense makes its way into your mind. The author surely knows to hold reader’s interest. The stranger seems to be a typical blackmailer, but of the helping kind. And ofcourse along with Mini, you’ll start wondering about the stranger’s identity.

If you concentrate and try capture the essence of the storyline, surely you’ll love this book.

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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Review – 4.5/5

Brave New World as the name suggests is a world that is brave and free from all its struggle. This book describes a future that is perfect in all its sense.  A future where science and technology has reached its acme. A future where machines have progressed to a stage where they have revolutionized the human society. A reality that is different and advanced. A world where the normal mode of transportation used by people are helicopters.

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The author beautifully puts forward his imagination to what a future like that could be and how the human mind can be revolutionized. This book also gives me the idea that as time passes by humans are becoming more and more on machines and if this dependence continues we are not very far from becoming the type of world predicted in this book. Although this may sound interesting but living in a world like that would be scary.

I think  that this book should  be read by people  so that they understand  the importance  of nature  and its existence  in human  society  as a world  runned by machines would  rather  be a scary  one.