Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Book Review—‘Taken Already’... by Yaagneshwaran.G.




An emotional story of two friends Arjun and Vinay, who are in love with the same girl. As the story unfolds you do experience sespense running high on your senses. story is Written in the surroundings of Chennai and some parts in Pune, you tend to be glued to the book till the time you finish reading...… "


This is a debut novel by Yaagneshwaran.G. He has very well crafted an interesting story around the character named ‘Arjun’ who leaves the readers staggered towards the climax. The story is fast paced but still smoothly goes with the proper flow, written in a very simple language. This novel drive an inquisitiveness among its readers with its strapping characters, and the best part about this author is, he has not quite tried to script out all sex unlike many famous authors of today who do just that to draw attention. He has been careful about the epitome and explanation of the real quintessence behind the story.

There are many different things a reader would come across during the journey of ‘Taken Already’ like sympathy, empathy, anger, humor, pun; every element is present in just the right amount, a perfect blend of good novel to read on any of the weekend. Believe you me it will not be less than an adventure ride for you.


Now my Positive viewpoints:

This is a debut novel by Yaagneshwaran.G … who has done a commendable job and a proper justification to each story by depicting all the characters in the story that has been very well narrated, written and portrayed.

Some suggestive points:
Overall the book is really good and very well expressed; I would like to suggest that a little stringent editing was required as there are some typing errors in the book. Also would like to mention that if some office gossip would have been cut short in some places would have make it more interesting for an audience.
Final words:

Overall if asked I would say...this is an excellent job done by Author… (Yaagneshwaran.G) I would give 3 stars to this book.

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