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Life is What You Make it

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Life is What You Make it   Author: Preeti Shenoy   Life Is What You Make It is a famous phrases coined by the infamous John Mooney. The book was in “Top books of 2011” as ...


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Author: Preeti Shenoy
Category: Non-Fiction
Type: Novels

Life is What You Make it

 

Author: Preeti Shenoy

 

Life Is What You Make It is a famous phrases coined by the infamous John Mooney. The book was in “Top books of 2011” as per the Nielsen list which is published in Hindustan Times. It was also on Times of India all-time best sellers of 2011.[1] This is an astonishing love story set in India in 1990s. This is a book of love, hope and how determination can overcome even destiny.

The story revolves around protagonist Ankita who is in her 20s and has some issues from the past which haunts her. The story begins with schooling from a town where she gets into a relationship with Abhi and Vaibhav. Her thoughts get divided and confused at is going around. Ankita gets into B-School and starts working hard, becoming very competitive in nature. At college she gets cozy with another guy and starts liking her, meanwhile her parents find the secret letters written by Abhi and those letters are burnt off in front of her giving warning. Ankita gets very disturbed with events turning out in this way and get affected by bipolar disorder and the story is all about how she handles the situation and with sheer determination she overcome all challenges to make life the way she wants.

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Abhi

19 July 2017 Really good

I can pretty much assure you that this is not just another book that it shares the shelf with. And Preeti is of a different mettle too. There is an arresting grip that the tale of Ankita held over me as I turned page after page. The bipolarity disorder has been eloquently portrayed. The highs of the euphoria to the abyss of crestfall.

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