BOOK REVIEW OF- You Made Me What I Am
BY Biplab Kr. Das
• Paperback: 130 pages
• Publisher: eBooks2go Inc (25 March 2017)
• Language: English
• ISBN-10: 1618136895
• ISBN-13: 978-1618136893
• Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 0.8 x 20.3 cm
THE PLOT IN BRIEF-
You Made Me What I Am- is all about the tragedy, romance and
experiences that a simple boy, a student of B.tech faces in his life.
It is a romantic suspense novel. Arya, a student of B.Tech tall,
gangly and introvert, he is not every girls dream boy falls in love
with Ayesha who reminds him of Promises and Forever. Ayesha was from
the same college but she never talk with Arya during the course. Their
first conversation start through Facebook and they fall in love. There
was no similarity between the two. Only one thing common between them
is they are ‘HRF’ Hrithik Roshan’s fan. Everything was going good
between them and they were at the peak of their romantic relationship.
But suddenly destiny played a cruel role which Arya had never expected
and that created a vast differences in their happy relationship.
Everything got shattered in a single blow, his love, his hope and his
dream were also in the row… The book contains the craziness of Arya,
Rahul and Abhi, their friendship and the bond of brotherhood they
carry in every iota of their blood. The novel also describes the
lifestyle of an engineering student, experiences of the later and the
dilemma faced during the course. This book is based on my Real Life
Experiences. I don’t want to reveal how much fiction, how much fact is
there in my book rather I want my reader to find it their own.
Engineering- what we know about it? I’ve found that all it usually
takes to draw out an engineer is to ask a couple of technical
questions and then remain calm while listening to the answers. Most
people tend to take on a blank, frightened look as soon as they
realize that a technical explanation is under way; if you can resist
giving this reaction and simply listen, your engineer will open up and
tell you everything you ever wanted to know. But engineering is beyond
these technical questions. There is love, emotions, betrayal,
deceptions beyond studies. This book tells us about life beyond
engineering. Engineering is not only study of 45 subjects but it is
moral studies of intellectual life.
REVIEW OF THE BOOK-
Yes it’s true that love is the main plot of the book. But there are
various emotions beyond love which are reflected through the book.
They say a good love is one that sits you down, gives you a drink of
water, and pats you on top of the head. But I say a good love is one
that casts you into the wind, sets you ablaze, makes you burn through
the skies and ignite the night like a phoenix; the kind that cuts you
lose like a wildfire and you can’t stop running simply because you
keep on burning everything that you touch! I say that’s a good love;
one that burns and flies, and you run with it! That is exactly what
happened with Arya and Ayesha.
Things change as everything worsens. From academics till emotions. We
cultivate love when we allow our most vulnerable and powerful selves
to be deeply seen and known, and when we honor the spiritual
connection that grows from that offering with trust, respect, kindness
Love is not something we give or get; it is something that we nurture
and grow, a connection that can only be cultivated between two people
when it exists within each one of them – we can only love others as
much as we love ourselves.
Shame, blame, disrespect, betrayal, and the withholding of affection
damage the roots from which love grows. Love can only survive these
injuries if they are acknowledged, healed and rare.
We have to allow ourselves to be loved by the people who really love
us, the people who really matter. Too much of the time, we are blinded
by our own pursuits of people to love us, people that don’t even
matter, while all that time we waste and the people who do love us
have to stand on the sidewalk and watch us beg in the streets! It’s
time to put an end to this. It’s time for us to let ourselves be
All the characters are beautifully crafted and their introduction to
the plot was appropriate. Especially the character of Arya made be
believe that everyone suffers at least one bad betrayal in their
lifetime. It’s what unites us. The trick is not to let it destroy your
trust in others when that happens. Don’t let them take that from you.
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YOU SHOULD READ THIS BECAUSE-
1. THE TRENDING GEN Y PLOT.
2. THE AMALGAMATION OF LOVE WITH ENGINEERING
Overall I would like to rate the book 42 on a scale of 50.
4 stars out of 5
1. Originality of the plot and sub plots- 9/10
2. Net emotions in the story- 8/10
3. Usage of words and phrases-8/10
4. The title, cover and the illustration-8/10
5. The net impact on the readers- 9/10
ALBERT EINSTIEN ONCE SAID,” I was originally supposed to become an
engineer but the thought of having to expend my creative energy on
things that make practical everyday life even more refined, with a
loathsome capital gain as the goal, was unbearable to me.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Biplab Kr. Das was born and brought up in Digboi, Assam and later on
moved to Tezpur, Assam for higher studies. He is just twenty one years
old and presently pursuing his B.TECH degree in electrical department
from GIMT-TEZPUR. He belongs from a middle class family. Since from
his childhood he fights against the poverty and whatever he is today
only because of the support of his caring family specially his seventy
two years grandfather. -YOU MADE ME WHAT I AM- is his debut novel.
This book is based upon his REAL LIFE EXPERIENCES. Biplab loved to
watch movies in his free time, play chess and share quotes on
Facebook. He is crazy about ‘HRITHIK ROSHAN’, a big fan of his movies,
dance, style, looks and his every expressions. He is a motivator,
philotherian, philanthropist, an introvert and a bibliophile. To know
more about Biplab you can follow him on Facebook
(‘www.facebook.com/rasob.das) or twitter (‘@imbipsss’) or Instagram
(‘@imbipssss’). You can also write him at firstname.lastname@example.org