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This is Not Your Story is your story – Book review

Sometimes, you do not write your story, it writes you. You don’t choose your story, it chooses you.But would you believe it if someone told you, ‘This is Not Your Story’? Would you have the courage to rewrite it?

Plot summary: The novel revolves around three characters. Shaurya, an aspiring film maker, forced by his father into CA. He couldn’t pursue his dreams because of his father. Second Anubhav, who has everything in life a supporting family and an idea for a startup, but ends up in fate’s hands,  Third Miraya, dreams of becoming an interior designer shattered by love. What life holds for them? Did they taste success forms Save’s second outing?

This is not your story book reviewAuthor: Savi Sharma

Published by: Westland

Published on: 14th February, 2017

Pages: 226 (Paperback)

Price: Rs. 122 Buy now

Goosebumps review: It is a must read for Savi’s fans and aspiring talents. The narration was gripping with lucid language. Goosebumps guaranteed.

4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)


Savi Sharma, the record holder for selling more than 1 lakh novels on her debut is back with her second. The title of her novels never fails to impress the readers. This is not your story does the same and it has arrived on the Valentine day.

The story is great. It narrates the reality of dreamers’ lives. Those who dream to achieve faces many obstacles and the novel scores in picturing it. Savi seems to have hinted her own dream through Shaurya’s character (Just a guess).

Savi has given exact colors to the characters. Especially Shaurya will stand in everyone’s hearts. The depth of his character and his emotions will show the rain pain of a dreamer. The other two characters might seem less impressive than Shaurya, but they too have their own share.

The narration was gripping and honest. Once into few pages will end up in the last page. Readers can experience different emotions throughout the novel. Savi has improved as a story teller that is evident comparing the first page and the last page of the novel.

The language was lucid, as her previous book Savi excels in word usage. She never showcased her vocabulary mastery. Though I missed her quotes (Which she does in her first novel) the novel is still a confidence booster. The climax was a painful reality.

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