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BOOK REVIEW: Misjudged Nuances by Garima Bohra

Looking for something fresh? Something intriguing? Well, you reading the right review then. Misjudged Nuances by Garima Bohra is a tale of two doctors who fall in love with each other but there twists and turns that will indulge you to read on.

The blurb is a start for any book to read, so here to is: SOUMYA AWASTHI, a medical graduate finds herself in an extremely infuriating position when she is assigned to work with RIDHAAN AHUJA, an arrogant classmate and bitter enemy, who is determined to settle an old score with her. The internship begins on a rough-uptight note where each tries to outshine the other through work, arguments and fights. Until one grave incident which changes the circumstances and makes them forget their grudges. Gradually she starts trusting her foe-turned-friend and soon both develop tender feelings for one another.

But the perfect phase of her life shatters when a well-preserved secret is exposed causing a serious problem wherein the price of Soumya’s recklessness is paid by her best friends Tarang and Anjali. Will Soumya be able to save herself and her friends? Is Anjali right when she blames Ridhaan for the situation and accuses him of framing them? Can vengeance overpower every emotion? Can your feelings and faith break your own heart and hurt your soul? 

The book has a steady plot, yet there are twists and turns that will make a reader feel excited as it did to me. It is something different from regular romance stories and a reader will feel intrigue by it. The main characters are well-developed and maintained throughout the book. I must say the author’s way of introducing a character in to the plot is extremely classic and is similar to that of Charles Dickens.

The narrative device is what drives the plot forward and is well-paced. It’s a mixture of regular story-telling with some interesting dialogues between the characters, of course. The climax of the tale is what makes it interesting. ‘It is not what you think it is’ kind, and is divided into two halves. Very rarely this type of element is used in contemporary fiction, Gone Girl is one example, if you remember. However, it might become predictable when one encounter its first half, as it did to me.

Overall, the book is good weekend-read and I managed to finish it in few hours.

3 out of 5!


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