Book Review

Review : Twenty twenty- A race against time

Book Name : Twenty Twenty – A race against time 

Author name : Anuraag srivastav

Price : 195

Publications : Srishti publishers
Blurb :

Life is a fast-paced Twenty20 game and you need to keep playing to win. Abhi and Aditi are siblings who want to realise their dreams in the ever upgrading world. In the midst of all the struggle and success, they get entangled in a strange web. If they are not able to resolve the crisis in twenty days, their very existence can come under threat. In short, they have to hit sixes on every bouncer thrown at them. Not just with the world outside, this ordeal is also a fight with one’s own character and principles. 

Unwanted situations, unexpected turns, money and sex push them deeper into the web. Manipulations and treachery become the order. The hunter becomes the hunted. A vicious circle of betrayal and debauchery is created. ‘Twenty Twenty’ is a story of betrayal, deceit and relationships, where a master planner devises games, to get to his own ambitions.

My verdict :

The title of the book seems tricky and catchy, something that interests readers, &  does go with the cover of book. Though, you don’t decide the book with its cover, yet the cover seems attractive enough to grab it. 

The narration and the story line is easy, wonderful, and goes smoothly, the book is interesting, goes well with its title and the cover. 

The language is simple and easy, keeps up your pace and interest as you flip the pages, the twist remains until you read the last pages of the book, that is tactful. 

The story about two siblings Abhi and Aditiya who gets involved in some mess and has very less time to sort out everything to set themselves free. Lot of characters come in, but feminism the perception of woman is considered big time. 

The book also talk about when we have difficulties, instead of analysing the problem how Aditi starts looking out for solution, how she tries to gather money to repay back to Raghu Bhai.

At such moment of time, with coincidence how we have had ego fights with the one who could afford to help us, but we the fight keeps us away from the help to seek. 

The book is interesting. 

I would rate 4/5 stars to this. 


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