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No Matter What I Do: I end up Falling for you – Goosebumps review

No Matter What I Do is the story of these four youngsters, on a journey to find themselves. The love story narrates tales of reversing stereotypes and finding individuality.

Plot summary: The plot is about four youngsters Kabir, Amaira, Kushank and Suhani who were unambitious. Kabir and Suhani loves each other and was a smooth ride until a moment. Suhani witnesses a scene in front of her house and that changes her perspective of life. She wants to prove her worth to the society and Kabir was the one who stood by her. Amaira a short tempered sibling of Kabir who often troubles Kabir and his friend Kushank. They four struggle to find the motive of their lives. What happens to them has been narrated in the 200 page novel.

Author: Devanshi Sharma

Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors

Published on: 15th December, 2016

Pages: 200 (Paperback)

Price: 123 Buy now

Goosebumps review: There are moments that could tempt the confidence or the love of the readers. Goosebumps guaranteed. A good and pleasant love story with reality peppered into.

4.2 out of 5 stars (4.2 / 5)

The novel is the best one from Devanshi Sharma’s authorial (So far). The narration was lucid, a few pages into the novel will compel you to read the book in one stretch. The love between Kabir and Suhani was the pinnacle of the novel. One would admire Kabir for his care towards his sibling and love on Suhani. The confident stand of Suhani and how kabir helps her to achieve her dream were other culminating factors. You might find a character like Amaira around you for sure. The reality of the characters and the ambitious end will move your heart. The only side line would be Amaira’s anger which is a bit annoying at times. A good one stretch read.

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About the author:

Devanshi Sharma was born in Indore. She was graduated in English from Miranda House, Delhi University. She has written three novels including I keep falling for you. Her first book was Unimaginably true.


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