BOOK REVIEW OF- Game Plan
BY FREDY ILAVIYA
Paperback: 161 pages
Publisher: Invincible Publishers (2016)
A BRIEF OVERVIEW-
Gripping tale of three friends who proved that there is nothing beyond friendship. It’s a book about three friends – two guys and a girl. Both propose her, both get rejected. She marries someone known to her parents and settles down with him. She undergoes a four year – long grievous married life… drags her husband to the court. As destiny would have it, the same rejected guys come to her salvage. They are now lawyers. What happens next? Liberation? Avenge? Triumph of the truth?
REVIEW OF THE BOOK-
The first thing which struck me when I received the book was the cover. Chess itself is a very versatile game and above that it’s the queen and king which get featured together. I feel the title is quite apt, because throughout the entire plot, a very interesting phrase trickles down-“will they bend the rules and save her?”
I loved the backdrop of the plot. The author has cleverly crafted an atmosphere of law and legislations from the beginning which once again makes the game more interesting.
Naina turns down the proposal of both Akash and Kabir. But she finds herself in a terrible situation after four years of this incident.
A game in which her life is at stake. Will Akash and Kabir find a way out for her? Can they devise a plan against the game which is played against Naina? What happens to Naina ultimately?
To seek the answers’ of these questions, you must read the Game Plan.
A novel which not only has thrilling plot in it, but it also has the tinge of friendship in it. A Novel which teaches us what friendship is. A Plot which will make you turn each and every page of it. A story which will not fail to impress you.
THE FANTASTIC COVER and ILLUSTRATION.
THE THRILLING ATMOSPHERE AND THE FLOW OF THE PLOT.
THE FRUENDSHIP WHICH REVOLVED AROUND EACH AND EVERY PAGE.
Perhaps the thrilling aspects of the plot could be made more exciting and stimulating. Apart from these, it was Fantabulous.
THE FAVOURITE REFERENCE-
The title itself is the best reference.
THE FAVOURITE QUOTE-
“Remember I told you didi… one day you will get to live the life of your dreams.”
Overall I would like to rate the book 41 on a scale of 50.
4 stars out of 5
Originality of the plot and sub plots- 8/10
Net emotions in the story- 8.5/10
Usage of words and phrases-7.5/10
The title, cover and the illustration-9/10
The net impact on the readers- 8/10
Overall, it’s worth reading.
Moreover it passes on a beautiful message
“Each friendship offers something totally unique — and irreplaceable. Each friendship ultimately makes us who we are.”
KUDOS TO FREDY ILAVIYA- It was a very delighting plot