At times, there are some dreams which needs sacrifices, and some that need you to sacrifice your feelings, because feelings can complicate things.


Author: Devanshi Sharma
Publisher: Srishti Publishers
Rating: 3/5

Summary:

Tiasha: I am very annoyed.
Aakaash: That’s your job, Tiasha. Good that you are doing it well.
Tiasha: And I am very serious.
Aakaash: When are you not!
Tiasha: Argh! I hate you, Aakaash. 
Aakaash: Thank God for small mercies! 
Just like a scoop of vanilla ice cream makes the sizzling chocolate brownie delicious, these best friends complimented each other. A chef by passion, Tiasha jumps and waves through her professional choices, while Aakaash, the witty stand-up comedian, knows exactly what he wants.
He was the tranquility which refugees crave to stay in and she was the refugee, who wanted to wander and explore. Imperfect Misfits is a story of perfect misfits, food, frolic, emotions and their endless imperfections.
The question is, will their friendship survive through this wavy journey of love?


Review:
‘Imperfect Misfits’ A story of Tiasha and Aakash. A story of two best friends on the way of achieving their dreams. Aakash who is very clear about his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian, Tiasha on other hand is confused between passion and profession. Apart from this, the best friend bond they share where they’re in love. will they ever confess their love? Will Tiasha decide what she wants from life? 
It’s a story of two best friends who are madly in love but as best friends. Tiasha acts like a kid, while Aakash acts like a matured one, will they fit together? or will stay best friends forever?

I loved the title and the cover of the book. It’s Pretty and Attractive. It’s a sweet story of a girl who’s confused between Passion and Profession. Tiasha- a  bubbly, sweet and smiling soul whereas Aakash- A matured, calm and understanding soul who want to fulfill his dreams. I loved the way the author has build characters, each one of us can relate to Tiasha’s and Aakash’s life. The plot of the story is also good. What I didn’t like was the author’s views in between the story. It was breaking the link between reading and hence, I ignored what author wrote at her point. At some point It was much irritating, as it was completely distracting from the story. I loved Tiasha’s and Aakash Characters, they kept me engaged throughout.The language that the author used is simple and friendly which made this book for teenagers. It’s a simple Hindi-English language. I loved the chemistry of Tiasha and Aakash, I would have given 5/5 if there was no author’s talking in between chapters. That made pace too slow.  The tempo again was good.
Overall, it would have been a great story if it was Tiasha’s and Aakash story, Author’s talk disappointed me throughout.

Hence, this book is for all those who like reading simple romantic, fiction stories. A light, witty read. Ignoring author’s talk I would recommend everyone to read this story of Tiasha and Aakash.


It was Lovely.

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*** I received this copy from the publishers in exchange for honest and unbiased review***

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