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Can you really be in love with two people at the same time? 17-year-old, Punekar Sujay is a simple, religious guy who belongs to a family for whom prestige and one's image in the society are of utmost importance. For his orthodox family, concepts like love, attraction and (god forbid!) girlfriends do not exist; there are only arranged marriages because your family knows be Can you really be in love with two people at the same time? 17-year-old, Punekar Sujay is a simple, religious guy who belongs to a family for whom prestige and one's image in the society are of utmost importance. For his orthodox family, concepts like love, attraction and (god forbid!) girlfriends do not exist; there are only arranged marriages because your family knows best. And so all his life, Sujay has believed that love doesn't strike you as a teenager. But when an unusual misfortune brings spunky and quirky Gunjan into Sujay's life, he has no idea how amazingly complicated his life is going to get; because his mother has already promised him to be wed to the sundar and susheel Jyoti. Every time Sujay tries to make a decision, he can't, because he really is in love with both Gunjan and Jyoti. And that is not how life functions - certainly not his family. Will he be able to get out of this mess? Or will the mess really take over his life? Only time can tell. Bachelor'$ Marriage is a story about love, friendship, family and what it means to really grow up.


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Can you really be in love with two people at the same time? 17-year-old, Punekar Sujay is a simple, religious guy who belongs to a family for whom prestige and one's image in the society are of utmost importance. For his orthodox family, concepts like love, attraction and (god forbid!) girlfriends do not exist; there are only arranged marriages because your family knows be Can you really be in love with two people at the same time? 17-year-old, Punekar Sujay is a simple, religious guy who belongs to a family for whom prestige and one's image in the society are of utmost importance. For his orthodox family, concepts like love, attraction and (god forbid!) girlfriends do not exist; there are only arranged marriages because your family knows best. And so all his life, Sujay has believed that love doesn't strike you as a teenager. But when an unusual misfortune brings spunky and quirky Gunjan into Sujay's life, he has no idea how amazingly complicated his life is going to get; because his mother has already promised him to be wed to the sundar and susheel Jyoti. Every time Sujay tries to make a decision, he can't, because he really is in love with both Gunjan and Jyoti. And that is not how life functions - certainly not his family. Will he be able to get out of this mess? Or will the mess really take over his life? Only time can tell. Bachelor'$ Marriage is a story about love, friendship, family and what it means to really grow up.

30 review for Bachelor's Marriage

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sanjay Gautam

    I understand it takes a lot of time and work on the part of the author to write a novel, but the asymmetry involved in this business is that if a reader doesn't like a book: he/she cannot be forced in anyway to read that particular book. One must be free to follow his inner calling, and in following the call I've done justice to myself; not to the author perhaps. This book really tested my patience. I forced myself to read this book, until I could no longer take it anymore, and finally abandoned I understand it takes a lot of time and work on the part of the author to write a novel, but the asymmetry involved in this business is that if a reader doesn't like a book: he/she cannot be forced in anyway to read that particular book. One must be free to follow his inner calling, and in following the call I've done justice to myself; not to the author perhaps. This book really tested my patience. I forced myself to read this book, until I could no longer take it anymore, and finally abandoned it. It all sounded very shallow, and clichéd, that simply repulsed me. I know repulse is a strong word, but that was how I felt as I forced myself to read the story for more than 50 pages. The story line was not believable at all, it did not make any sense to me; and things were just happening out of nowhere, with no connection whatsoever, making the story illogical. Characters were one dimensional, and hollow: they fall in love just like that in one day and on the first date, moms are arranging marriage of their teenage children, well what not...I don't know; I couldn't gather anymore courage to read it further. And now about the writing: it was quite amateur, dry, and flat, not improving in anyway from our mundane conversations; and was filled with too many exclamation marks! And yes there were many other errors too, but that doesn't matter anymore.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Merril Anil

    Collection of words and sentences We are going to be here for a while… so get ready for a really long review Huge thanks to the author for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to read his work and secondly please accept my apologies for what I have to say about the book is going to be extremely rude and brazen. I know it can be harsh but I believe it is better to be honest than sugar coating if you wanted an honest opinion in the first place. I think after today, the author would be joi Collection of words and sentences We are going to be here for a while… so get ready for a really long review Huge thanks to the author for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to read his work and secondly please accept my apologies for what I have to say about the book is going to be extremely rude and brazen. I know it can be harsh but I believe it is better to be honest than sugar coating if you wanted an honest opinion in the first place. I think after today, the author would be joining the list of people that wants to kill me (trust me you might want to get yourself a large tub of popcorn because the list is quite long and the wait would be even more longer) I don’t understand…. is it a mandatory part of the curriculum of every engineering and management student in this country to write a novel and that too on the same grated out topic of campus love without the basic sense of romance? If it is so important to write a romance novel for these students then why not add Nicholas Sparks books to the curriculum so as to at least learn the basic threads that weave a romance novel This book stands for everything that I despise in Indian fiction, the reason why I dread to pick a book by an Indian author below 30 years. I remember being really raged after reading one such book and till date I regret for my brash and rude review I had written at that time but I still stand by what I said in that review and in fact the exact same thing could go for this book as well I am irate as to how this book is an epitome for naivety. At the end of the day this is a fiction and as per my understanding a work of fiction should the very least have a story to it . Where was the story? The whole story started and ended in one page which is to say at the back cover of the book and rest was nothing but just a test of patience for its readers. Lets pick up this book piece by piece Story Could you please point that to me in the book? A guy in love with two girls- fair enough though lacking in originality that was a theme that could weave a story but you enter the book go through the strenuous and blanched 288 pages of pointless narration and still no sign of the relationship or so called torrid affair. If a bunch of conversation over telephone or over cup of telephone and accidental meetings along with your whole gang of friends in passing is your idea of romance then I am afraid I may have to suggest you to do better research. You had a story at hand and rather than focusing on developing it, it’s a pity that the entire book focuses on the character’s well to do background exhibited through constant mention of the grandeur of his house, the latest gadgets and cars he uses and the number of friends he has, the great marketing tricks he owns and the skills of bargaining he has. Why is it important for the readers to know which TV Drama you were watching and what you ate before going to sleep or what movie was running at that time when there was an entire story plot left to be noticed. How naïve you have to be to believe one telephonic conversation or a stroll in the park is all that is required for two souls to be in eternally love. In the acknowledgment the author have stated that his vision was to create a story based on Indian marriage but can you please tell me how you achieved that? It could have if you have focused on narrating and developing the relationship between the characters. More focused on the turmoil of a character forced between the societal and parental decisions and longing of his heart but as of now the book is all about the vacations, the parties or movie hangouts our central character had. For a romance, there was hardly any opportunity when these so called “lovers” even had a moment together and bother to pour their hearts out and then the central character proclaim he is in love after mere occasional brushing past each other. Either you are really mocking the whole idea of “love” and relationship or showing your dearth of experience towards the same or really exhibiting the egoistical typical male mentality of Indian men who think girls are malleable and vulnerable enough to fall for you after you pay for their cup of coffee or help them in a tricky situation. There are various points in the book that actually got me fuming as to how low the central character or in turn the author thought of women in general (you were straight cut cheating on both women when all it could take was one conversation to relay your true feelings and then you thought the girls were being difficult and jealous for no reason… !! ) Narration. Telling us what you did throughout the day, what you wore, what you ate, where you went, where you slept and then a detailed telephonic conversation script is not what you call narration or even story telling. It is called diary writing and even for that this was way too vapid. Why do I care how much profit you made in a day in your shop or how much you sold a product for or where you got your infrastructure from when the book was supposed to be on Indian marriage and not your daily activity.. The book was more of reporting one’s daily activities Language: for god sake’s Hinglish is not a language. While writing an English fiction, using Hindi should be forbidden unless it is being used to depict a proper noun or it is really crucial to the plot but in this book I never saw the relevance of those Hindi lines used. Now to the main problem… The language of the book is terrifying. How? The author has simply translated the hindi sentences to English and calls it story telling. Even that would have worked if the hindi sentences in itself was effective. There is a huge difference between conversational language and written language. You cannot simply use the day to day vocal conversations to narrate a story as it is a different set of language and skills that come into play when narrating a story. And in the end adding the “f” word, dude or screwed doesn’t make it any attractive or better I think I have said quite a lot and pretty rudely too but I was that fumed reading the book Mourning the death of all those trees who gave their lives for an unappreciative cause, I would like to say that: I know in my sarcasm I am ripping apart somebody’s hard work and I am really sorry that I have to be so rude about the book but the truth is that all the efforts have been completely wasted as the end result was such a disappointment. But somewhere I believe the author alone could not be blamed but the editors should be too .as they should have noticed the fact that the book lacked the very basic thing- the story, the plot. So called romance book that had nothing to do with romance, the core plot and ended up rubbing it on our face as to how rich our central character was along with being pompous and obsessed with his clothes, face and hair. Language is so robotic and like being sieved through a Hindi- English translator.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pankaj Goyal

    ‘Bachelor’s Marriage’ is the first novel of Akshat Pradeep Solanki, a 20 year old young author. Coming out with a novel in such a young age is really a commendable effort and should be appreciated. The plot of the book revolves around three central characters – Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti and their relationships with each other. The story is the usual love story and the hint of the same is given above. However, as mentioned above, there is nothing that you can call innovative or something new. Readi ‘Bachelor’s Marriage’ is the first novel of Akshat Pradeep Solanki, a 20 year old young author. Coming out with a novel in such a young age is really a commendable effort and should be appreciated. The plot of the book revolves around three central characters – Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti and their relationships with each other. The story is the usual love story and the hint of the same is given above. However, as mentioned above, there is nothing that you can call innovative or something new. Reading the book makes you feel that you have already read a story like this many times. While the book throws a number of colourful characters in front of you, a number of these have not been delved deeply. A large part of the book is in the form of conversations among different characters. I felt that a number of these conversations do not contribute to the main storyline and could have been avoided. The story in any book should flow smoothly and conversations like these feel like obstructions. These obstructions, in turn, distract the attention of the readers. While the language of the book can be taken as acceptable, one encounters a number of spelling errors. These errors could have been avoided by passing the book through another round of tight editing. The book is a romantic novel but you find that the elements of romance are lacking in the main storyline. Additionally, this is a love triangle. A love triangle should have been able to project the journey of your characters and their conflicts in a successful manner. And, this is what you find missing in this book. There is no doubt that romance is a vibrant and hugely popular genre fiction market. However, it is also virtually impossible to come out with an unbelievable new romantic story each and every time. But, every now and then, a romantic story comes which touches your heart. I can give you a number of such examples. So when writing a romantic novel, be adventurous, be different and above all be bold. The author is certainly talented and I see a bright future for him. However, there is also a need of improvement. I do hope that the author will take the suggestions made here in good spirit and will come out with a much better book next time. Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange of an honest review. Read complete review on: https://pgalmora.wordpress.com/2015/0...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pankaj Giri

    I encountered Akshat (the author) long back in Twitter, and he sent me 3 sample chapters of his book. Personally, I didn't like it then and gave him suggestions for improvement, especially in the language and grammar part; the story, though, seemed intriguing. Recently, his book was released, and I bought it without thinking. After perusing a few pages I realized, tout de suite, that this author is different from any other casual debut Indian author. His penchant for hard work can be discerned f I encountered Akshat (the author) long back in Twitter, and he sent me 3 sample chapters of his book. Personally, I didn't like it then and gave him suggestions for improvement, especially in the language and grammar part; the story, though, seemed intriguing. Recently, his book was released, and I bought it without thinking. After perusing a few pages I realized, tout de suite, that this author is different from any other casual debut Indian author. His penchant for hard work can be discerned from the vein in which he enhanced his language and punctuation since I last perused it. However, I still don't like the vein in which the story commences - extremely difficult to digest and unnatural. How could you suddenly exchange "I Love You" vows with a girl when you are fantasizing another? Nevertheless, the plot flows smoothly after that. What will transpire in Sujay's life, whom will he choose (among his girlfriend and half-fiancee), does keep the reader hooked till the end. En route, however, there are tons of unnecessary conversations which vexed me continually. Several pages of the book could have been reduced had those conversations (or parts of conversations), having no connection to the primary plot, been eliminated. The language, though, is satisfactory throughout. The author has tried to employ decent vocabulary. Mostly, it works, but sometimes, it doesn't; the word selection seems forced. Withal, there are a few spelling mistakes. One additional round of editing would have indubitably ironed them out. The best part is the unpredictable, heart-wrenching ending. Here the talent of the author shines brilliantly. The vein in which he has narrated this part is exceptionally praiseworthy. The ending proves his worth as a budding, talented writer with great potential. Nevertheless, a very honest attempt by a debut author. There is scope for improvement in a few places, but he is certainly a good storyteller, and I see a bright future for him in the literary world if he improves a trifle (and lessens the use of Hindi words). Language - 3.5 stars Plot - 4 stars Ending - 4.5 stars Too many unnecessary conversations mars the reader's interest - 2 stars Overall rating - 3.5 stars

  5. 4 out of 5

    Khushbu Jain

    This would be one of the easiest and softest book I have ever read. The author has written the story all together in a different style making it more demanding and a different from regular novels. His efforts to stick to the title seem better as from start to end it follows the same. The prologue was a bit interesting but could have been worked more. The end and the epilogue are just our of league and I cant stop appreciating the author for that. There you would a cozy relation of friends, families This would be one of the easiest and softest book I have ever read. The author has written the story all together in a different style making it more demanding and a different from regular novels. His efforts to stick to the title seem better as from start to end it follows the same. The prologue was a bit interesting but could have been worked more. The end and the epilogue are just our of league and I cant stop appreciating the author for that. There you would a cozy relation of friends, families and lovers along with that a truly different concept of engagement. It was a bit different but quite funnier to read, even some of dailogues are filled with the rich sense of humor. Eagerly waiting for the next book. Congratulations to the author and best of luck for the future.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Swaraj Joshi

    Bachelor'$ Marriage is the story of Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti along with their mutual friends and family relations. It shows the caricature of Sujay through a well distinct way of writing and same applied to the other characters like Gunjan, Jyoti and Sujay's mother. The story is basically about the type of marriage Sujay wants to do. The portrayal of his mother just look real and though a small part but has a significant effect on Sujay and his life. The author has not gone in depth and kept the book Bachelor'$ Marriage is the story of Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti along with their mutual friends and family relations. It shows the caricature of Sujay through a well distinct way of writing and same applied to the other characters like Gunjan, Jyoti and Sujay's mother. The story is basically about the type of marriage Sujay wants to do. The portrayal of his mother just look real and though a small part but has a significant effect on Sujay and his life. The author has not gone in depth and kept the book a bit fun with the routine life conversations and sense of humor. Sujay looks like a more confused one than a trapped one though some part of the book looks unnecessary. But over all this book stand different from the rest and is a must read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mayank

    The author met me on Twitter describing about his book, the reason I bought this book was just it's quirky title. The story is of Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti and it revolves around their friends, families and the society that is shown all over the book. I thought of it as a romance fiction but no it isn't. It suits better if we read it as contemporary fiction. Good thing is you do not have to use your brain and the storyline is such a fluent that you delve yourself deeper in it. The end of the book sound The author met me on Twitter describing about his book, the reason I bought this book was just it's quirky title. The story is of Sujay, Gunjan and Jyoti and it revolves around their friends, families and the society that is shown all over the book. I thought of it as a romance fiction but no it isn't. It suits better if we read it as contemporary fiction. Good thing is you do not have to use your brain and the storyline is such a fluent that you delve yourself deeper in it. The end of the book sounds a bit dramatic but the way author has completed his debut work is just class. I read that author has mentioned about his next book, I am eagerly waiting for his next work.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kumari Jain

    The book is the portrayal of current Indian youth and Marriage system. Writer has done great job of showing these both things with the vigorous stream of conversation and thoughts. Some of them you might find impeccable and exaggerated but overall a good experience you would like to have. Without going in depth the writer has done great job of writing and showing his skills. Must read for teenagers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Fredrick Danysh

    This is a detailed account of a young Indian man's courtship of a girl that he rescues after a traffic accident. It gives a detailed description as the author describes some of India's customs. The story is related in the first person voice. This was a free review copy from the author. This is a detailed account of a young Indian man's courtship of a girl that he rescues after a traffic accident. It gives a detailed description as the author describes some of India's customs. The story is related in the first person voice. This was a free review copy from the author.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Yashika Ahuja

    *****************SPOILER ALERT***************** this review contains spoilers... read at your own risk!(you may get offended also) Bachelor'$ Marriage is a debut novel by Akshay Pradeep Solanki and I won it as a giveaway on goodreads itself. here is what I think of the book: 1. Writing : As it's a debut novel by the author the writing was amateur and at times absurd. I have a thing for dialogues and the dialogues in this book were either too dramatic or too dull or just useless. The words just did *****************SPOILER ALERT***************** this review contains spoilers... read at your own risk!(you may get offended also) Bachelor'$ Marriage is a debut novel by Akshay Pradeep Solanki and I won it as a giveaway on goodreads itself. here is what I think of the book: 1. Writing : As it's a debut novel by the author the writing was amateur and at times absurd. I have a thing for dialogues and the dialogues in this book were either too dramatic or too dull or just useless. The words just didn't gripped me, they were lifeless, there were no feelings and writing felt to me as robotic. I don't want to offend anyone or discourage the author but the book needs a lot of editing and proofreading, at times it didn't even made sense. And yes, it should have been more expressive. 2. Story : I was really excited to get to the book as I got to know it's about Indian marriage system and youth but again I was disappointed here too. The story was just illogical and it didn't made any sense to me. I belong to the same age group as the characters and I couldn't relate to even a single thing. I was so disturbed to know that mothers are arranging the marriage of their 17/16 year children and they especially Jyoti was actually happy about it... Sujay really didn't utter a single word against it until the end of the book and that too wasn't so exciting maybe because of the writing or what idk! Then there was this annoying thing that Sujoy was betraying and playing with both the girls' feelings, it just got me "whoa! what the heck is this? i thought this book is about India and marriage and stuff but what is this happening here?" Even the death of Gunjan wasn't an interesting plot twist according to me... the author could've thought of other possible twists and stuff... And i don't really get that in what century the author is living... "When girls are on their periods, they should not engage themselves in any work, not even education" LIKE WHAT????!!!! this was total bullshit Yes it did revealed the fact about marriages in India that how love marriage is a total no-no in our country and about arranging marriages of their children at this age reminded me of Balika Vadhu.. even they had a better script than the book.... and dialogues. I am surely disappointed with the story I thought it would be rebellious, have strong twists and turns and thrills but i got none :( P.S. some writers here through their stories are encouraging people to come out of those impractical rituals and you are like dragging people back in the mess! 3. Characters : Nope! i didn't liked the characters either and couldn't even relate to any. Sujay's character was so absurd and confusing! he is cheating on both the girls and says that he love both of them because they are "beautiful and hot and religious" PERVERT! and the surprising thing he cannot say no to either one.. wow! but Sujay you have to convert and become a muslim so that you can have more than one wife! DUDE! THAT'S NOT WHAT LOVE IS... I love flawed characters because one can relate to it but in this situation the character is the murderer of love and all the feels... sometimes he criticizes Jyoti, then he says he love her.. what do you want man??? If he is religious why is he a). fooling around with two girls? b). curse around (When he abused Himani whatever at the exam day i was like "What the heck! and he's religious) but you know what he goes to temple everyday... so yeah he is a religious person and moreover knows all the hymns and prayers!Isn't this great? (sarcasm alert) And what to say about Gunjan and Jyoti I didn't get to know their traits other than- Hot, beautiful, Religious, Sexy and yeah not to forget their manners! :P I know I got a little harsh but these were the feelings i got while reading this book and I really wanted to give up reading after 2nd chapter but the reviews and ratings and hope for a great ending motivated me and that's how I dragged myself to the ending... I'm so NOT looking forward for the sequel.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kunal Mahe

    The book is portrayal of the society and youth. Author has done a good job of showing what it would be like living in the trapped situation society offered you. Though it's a marginalized as a romance fiction I would like to tell readers it's more of contemporary fiction. If you are seeking for romance or love birds then here you won't find one because author has highlighted and focused more on the orthodoxy than romance. The strong points of books are 1 It's a contemporary fiction that makes it fa The book is portrayal of the society and youth. Author has done a good job of showing what it would be like living in the trapped situation society offered you. Though it's a marginalized as a romance fiction I would like to tell readers it's more of contemporary fiction. If you are seeking for romance or love birds then here you won't find one because author has highlighted and focused more on the orthodoxy than romance. The strong points of books are 1 It's a contemporary fiction that makes it far different from current young authors. 2 Though situation in which Sujay is trapped with Jyoti and Gunjan is hypothetical it makes you read until end 3 You don't have to think twice over any scene 4 Story seems to be a natural one with little more of added fictitious content. 5 The end with which author has completed the story is just out of box Weak points 1 Grammatical errors that Could have been avoided. 2 Language seems to be technical rather than literary one. Over all a nice read and eagerly waiting for the next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karishma Patel

    First of all I would like to congratulate author Akshat Solanki for not only his debut work but the way he has written the book demands the attention of current age youth and teeangers if not. I mostly read classics and thrillers and reading a fiction and that too romance one was a quite hard task for me. But the book stands more than the expectations. Though I am not a teenager anymore I could feel the situations, scenes and some of them were so real that I had goose bumps. There you will find some First of all I would like to congratulate author Akshat Solanki for not only his debut work but the way he has written the book demands the attention of current age youth and teeangers if not. I mostly read classics and thrillers and reading a fiction and that too romance one was a quite hard task for me. But the book stands more than the expectations. Though I am not a teenager anymore I could feel the situations, scenes and some of them were so real that I had goose bumps. There you will find some grammatical errors but that can be neglected as far as the book was written to it's best. We expect after reading blurb of book that the author could have delved deeper in to the emotions of Sujay and his two girl friends but he seems to be had focussed on the society and the paradoxical way of writing where at one moment you have nothing and then you have everything. From the title to the last line 'Love shall happen again' the author has managed to keep his book a bit different from what we read nowadays.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rajan

    Thanks Mr Solnaki for providing a review copy. It is my belief that I should not write negative reviews. That is way I did not write any review for this book because I did not like it. But the author prodded me to write a honest review no matter how bad it might be. So here goes: The language and grammar is atrocious and that is totally off putting. Nobody expects every Indian writer to write like Shakespeare. But if you want to write an English novel you should know the basics of the language at Thanks Mr Solnaki for providing a review copy. It is my belief that I should not write negative reviews. That is way I did not write any review for this book because I did not like it. But the author prodded me to write a honest review no matter how bad it might be. So here goes: The language and grammar is atrocious and that is totally off putting. Nobody expects every Indian writer to write like Shakespeare. But if you want to write an English novel you should know the basics of the language at least. The blame also goes to publisher who published this cacophony of some English words without any editing. The story is meandering and very childish. I neither know how it ended and nor do I want to know because it was a torture to read it. It has become fashionable to write a college days novel for every engineering student after Chetan Bhagat's five point someone. Not every engineer can be a writer and it is not required also. Mr Solanki is no Chetan Bhagat. Period.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Biswanath Banerjee

    There is a basic advantage for the readers reading a story of romance. Ask me-what is the advantage? Since romance has its appeal direct to the heart-there will be a good exercise of heart. Sometimes the heartbeat will run faster-sometimes slower-it is good jogging for heart all the way! In contrast-suppose if you reading a thriller. Thrillers these days are so much researched upon, that it is an excessive taxation for the brain. While reading-sometimes you have to jump to Wikipedia, sometimes t There is a basic advantage for the readers reading a story of romance. Ask me-what is the advantage? Since romance has its appeal direct to the heart-there will be a good exercise of heart. Sometimes the heartbeat will run faster-sometimes slower-it is good jogging for heart all the way! In contrast-suppose if you reading a thriller. Thrillers these days are so much researched upon, that it is an excessive taxation for the brain. While reading-sometimes you have to jump to Wikipedia, sometimes to encyclopedias just to know the background of the story. And who does not know excess work by the brain will ruin your health. So, to be in good health always read romance. More so, if these stories are something of the nature of a fluid read like the Bachelor’s marriage. Full review at https://jayasreesown.wordpress.com/20...

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carlos Luis

    Akshat Solanki is a young writer and his style of writing glued me though at times the monotonous conversations did hurt my nerves. He glues you by his style, style that is absurd telling almost a similar story in a different manner. Romantic fiction has now become something common and what makes it more interesting is that Akshat with his absurdities presents the subtle conversations. This is kind of bringing to the fore that which we sometime fail to recognize. Akshat has no doubt used telephon Akshat Solanki is a young writer and his style of writing glued me though at times the monotonous conversations did hurt my nerves. He glues you by his style, style that is absurd telling almost a similar story in a different manner. Romantic fiction has now become something common and what makes it more interesting is that Akshat with his absurdities presents the subtle conversations. This is kind of bringing to the fore that which we sometime fail to recognize. Akshat has no doubt used telephonic conversations but they are intentionally done so that we observe the most simplistic things in our life with more effort and attention. The book presents a lot of colorful characters before us and they are not well-developed more so because it is not a need. Akshat should have taken little interest at editing the book more seriously because of the spelling errors present which cannot be digested given that one has a great narrative and linguistic style. The book is a romantic novel, but unlike others this expresses romance in a different manner, to know or grasp the realm of the romance presented you ought to make efforts to purchase the book and read it. The title though seems satirical, it is not logically correct. But the fact about it is, it leaves a hard impression on the reader or anyone who glances at just the title of the book. The title itself makes you think and fall for the book. So Akshat has used a lot of techniques not just to write the book with subtle absurdities but also with regard to its hidden marketing strategy.

  16. 5 out of 5

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    I got this book from the author in exchange for honest review . As shown in the cover there are two rings shown in the cover . The story revolves around the protagonist Sujay .There are two girls in his life .One is Gunjan and other is Jyoti. Gunjan is his gf and his parents want Sujay to marry Jyoti .Jyoti and gujan both gifted Sujay the same ring.Don't know how it happened.They both dont know whether its same gift.Girls are sometimes funny , boy's cant beat their charm and cheer. In the end Jy I got this book from the author in exchange for honest review . As shown in the cover there are two rings shown in the cover . The story revolves around the protagonist Sujay .There are two girls in his life .One is Gunjan and other is Jyoti. Gunjan is his gf and his parents want Sujay to marry Jyoti .Jyoti and gujan both gifted Sujay the same ring.Don't know how it happened.They both dont know whether its same gift.Girls are sometimes funny , boy's cant beat their charm and cheer. In the end Jyoti and Sujay gets married & its their Suhaag Raat. I read this book in one go. There are lovely moments in it..at the same time its romantic, funny at some point .The narration and plot all are well... I would say its an interesting and timepass read .Good for vacations. I am impressed that young author like Akshat has written such beautiful book brilliantly . I would recommend this book to all the young readers & lovers . I WOULD GIVE THIS BOOK 4 OUT OF 5 STARS.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sanil

    AN Amateur"s Review:- Firstly,the concept of love that delves in an orthodox although rich society was very different and hatke that attracted me as a reader. The way the whole story flows keeps the reader involved ,still some parts had the scope to be skipped .The travel excerpts were intersting to read . I personally would have loved to read about sujays reatonship with gunjan more ,but as the dilemma was associated with the plot ,the writer succeeds well on this note as well. one more proof readi AN Amateur"s Review:- Firstly,the concept of love that delves in an orthodox although rich society was very different and hatke that attracted me as a reader. The way the whole story flows keeps the reader involved ,still some parts had the scope to be skipped .The travel excerpts were intersting to read . I personally would have loved to read about sujays reatonship with gunjan more ,but as the dilemma was associated with the plot ,the writer succeeds well on this note as well. one more proof reading could have added the icing on the cake in terms of language & writeup . The end was unpredictable ,just like a moodswing ,it changed drastically . Except a few countable cons & these skills of storytelling the writer mesmerized me completely ,& worth a read for others as well. wishing u a reign of bestselling books .

  18. 4 out of 5

    Priyanka Shah

    I don't know whether the review of 10 lines would be enough for this or not, but got to try best. So, I bought this book after reading some reviews on GR and Flipkart. I completed this book in one go. The language used was easy though I prefer high quality english it didn't bother me that much. There were many errors in lining and format that could have been avoided. The book depicts life of Sujay, Jyoti and Gunjan and of their mutual friends. The story is smooth with extra addition of adventures and I don't know whether the review of 10 lines would be enough for this or not, but got to try best. So, I bought this book after reading some reviews on GR and Flipkart. I completed this book in one go. The language used was easy though I prefer high quality english it didn't bother me that much. There were many errors in lining and format that could have been avoided. The book depicts life of Sujay, Jyoti and Gunjan and of their mutual friends. The story is smooth with extra addition of adventures and daily life incidents, conversations were sounding more technical though funny. What I liked about the book is the climax, it was undoubtedly well planned and written in well manner. I could not think that my favorite character Gunjan would leave Sujay like this. I am eagerly waiting for the next installment to this.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lalit Kakkar

    Bachelor'$ Marriage is a romance cum contemporary fiction written by Akshat Solanki. I met author on Twitter and got to know about him and his book. Being a young one, I got excited to read his debut work. The good points of book. 1 Easy narration 2 Lot of conversations that make it feel like real life 3 The Climax (It was just undoubtedly classic) 4 The writing style 5 Overall book presentation in orthodoxy way from cover, title to the end line. 6 The portrayal of Sujay is a bit different one that make Bachelor'$ Marriage is a romance cum contemporary fiction written by Akshat Solanki. I met author on Twitter and got to know about him and his book. Being a young one, I got excited to read his debut work. The good points of book. 1 Easy narration 2 Lot of conversations that make it feel like real life 3 The Climax (It was just undoubtedly classic) 4 The writing style 5 Overall book presentation in orthodoxy way from cover, title to the end line. 6 The portrayal of Sujay is a bit different one that make author stand out from the crowd. Drawbacks 1 English used in this book could have been brought to the high level. 2 Grammar errors need to be minimized. 3 There was lack of feelings, expressions (That might be the point author wanted to prove) Overall, it was good experience reading this book, but I look forward to betterment from author with his next book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lata Kankariya

    Bachelor'$ Marriage is the story of Sujay and his family. I usually read classics but I found this book interesting with it's title and cover. I read out blurb initially and thought the book would be a different one, but it doesn't make that much expected difference from the current generation authors. What I like about this book is the slow-way narration, that they used in Victorian ages. Conversations written feel boring but with the humor you don't stick anywhere and keep reading on. There are so Bachelor'$ Marriage is the story of Sujay and his family. I usually read classics but I found this book interesting with it's title and cover. I read out blurb initially and thought the book would be a different one, but it doesn't make that much expected difference from the current generation authors. What I like about this book is the slow-way narration, that they used in Victorian ages. Conversations written feel boring but with the humor you don't stick anywhere and keep reading on. There are some grammatical mistakes, one round of editing would have nullified it but over all it was good reading. 3 stars are for cover, title, end line and the idea of the climax. I would recommend it to readers of age 14-26 who would definitely like the same.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nisha Bhalla

    Bachelor's Marriage is the romance fiction written by Akshat Solanki. It is first person narration, but meanwhile loses it's charisma with which it is started. Author has nicely protrayed Sujay but lacked to show feelings and sharings between Sujay and Gunjan or Jyoti. Their relations don't look like a strong bonded one but just touched to the feelings of masses, mostly youth. This book need to be read again and again to get more out of this. Albeit story being a clear one, for some details re-r Bachelor's Marriage is the romance fiction written by Akshat Solanki. It is first person narration, but meanwhile loses it's charisma with which it is started. Author has nicely protrayed Sujay but lacked to show feelings and sharings between Sujay and Gunjan or Jyoti. Their relations don't look like a strong bonded one but just touched to the feelings of masses, mostly youth. This book need to be read again and again to get more out of this. Albeit story being a clear one, for some details re-reading would help you a lot. Especially, when it comes to prologue and epilogue. The author surely is different from the rest of the crowd who nowadays follow Chetan Bhagat way. I look forward to improvements from the author in his next books.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Enakshi J.

    ‘Love is an ideal thing, marriage is a real thing. A confusion of the real with the ideal never goes unpunished’. Bachelor’$ marriage is a story about a docile lad, Punekar, who struggles in the battle, his heart is fighting. On one hand, is his new-found-love Gunjan while on the other hand is Jyoti, who has been chosen by his family. Punekar finds himself between the devil and the deep blue sea because his heart beats for both. But his inability to decide and take a stand for one, makes him suf ‘Love is an ideal thing, marriage is a real thing. A confusion of the real with the ideal never goes unpunished’. Bachelor’$ marriage is a story about a docile lad, Punekar, who struggles in the battle, his heart is fighting. On one hand, is his new-found-love Gunjan while on the other hand is Jyoti, who has been chosen by his family. Punekar finds himself between the devil and the deep blue sea because his heart beats for both. But his inability to decide and take a stand for one, makes him suffer. ‘Bachelor’s Marriage’ is a rollercoaster ride of emotions. Read more at: http://www.induswomanwriting.com/book...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kamla Jain

    This book is an another romance fiction with extra load of adventures, humors by author AKshat Solanki. It tells us the story of Sujay and his 2 lovers. What I liked about this book is the flow and the vain in which it is written. Author has written this book in an oxymoron way, starting from it's beauty of cover till end book keeps you intrigued and hooked to read it in one go. You delve yourself deeper and imagine what's going on there. I would like to see this book turning into a film with my favo This book is an another romance fiction with extra load of adventures, humors by author AKshat Solanki. It tells us the story of Sujay and his 2 lovers. What I liked about this book is the flow and the vain in which it is written. Author has written this book in an oxymoron way, starting from it's beauty of cover till end book keeps you intrigued and hooked to read it in one go. You delve yourself deeper and imagine what's going on there. I would like to see this book turning into a film with my favorite characters. Best wishes to author for his upcoming novels.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Pradeep Gupta

    Did you ever imagine falling in love with 2 girls? Did you ever think of losing one for the other? If you feel it's no, then this book would be the must read for you. This book shows life of Sujay, how he is trapped, what are the circumstances he is going through, how his family is and many other things. The story is about family, friends and about an orthodox society and we feel the real life situations so easily that we can't stop reading but once ended I felt like reading it again and again. The c Did you ever imagine falling in love with 2 girls? Did you ever think of losing one for the other? If you feel it's no, then this book would be the must read for you. This book shows life of Sujay, how he is trapped, what are the circumstances he is going through, how his family is and many other things. The story is about family, friends and about an orthodox society and we feel the real life situations so easily that we can't stop reading but once ended I felt like reading it again and again. The climax was superb and I am eagerly waiting for it's sequel.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nita Kundra

    The romance cum contemporary fiction is about a guy and his lovers and their families, friends and society. The author has thrown a light on the issue that is faced by current generation in an indirect way of story telling. The book is like some movies that deliver a message indirectly and it takes time to understand what's the actual message. Marriage and love these things are discussed very well and more than that the situation of being trapped and confused lured me and kept me reading it at on The romance cum contemporary fiction is about a guy and his lovers and their families, friends and society. The author has thrown a light on the issue that is faced by current generation in an indirect way of story telling. The book is like some movies that deliver a message indirectly and it takes time to understand what's the actual message. Marriage and love these things are discussed very well and more than that the situation of being trapped and confused lured me and kept me reading it at one seating.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Madhu Lukad

    Bachelor'$ MArriage is the story of Sujay, a guy who falls in love with Gunjan and Jyoti. The book was sectioned as romance fiction but there was no romance, no expressions, no feelings and emotions. It was all sounding technical and a bit paradox. There was too much of conversations that were meaningless for the story plot. Author could have written it better by working on with his imaginations skills. Language used is a bit Indian type english, chetan bhagat type. Bachelor'$ MArriage is the story of Sujay, a guy who falls in love with Gunjan and Jyoti. The book was sectioned as romance fiction but there was no romance, no expressions, no feelings and emotions. It was all sounding technical and a bit paradox. There was too much of conversations that were meaningless for the story plot. Author could have written it better by working on with his imaginations skills. Language used is a bit Indian type english, chetan bhagat type.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Raj Shah

    The book shows you how bad a society and things get if you're that unfortunate. Though some scenes sound technical but you would love some scenes where the author has splendidly objected his feelings and expressions and it's quite mesmerizing. I deducted 2 stars because of some grammar mistakes and use of a simple English. All and all it was worth reading and I would recommend it to read at least once. Eagerly waiting for the next book. The book shows you how bad a society and things get if you're that unfortunate. Though some scenes sound technical but you would love some scenes where the author has splendidly objected his feelings and expressions and it's quite mesmerizing. I deducted 2 stars because of some grammar mistakes and use of a simple English. All and all it was worth reading and I would recommend it to read at least once. Eagerly waiting for the next book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Neha Raj

    It is one of the plain and simple romance story I have ever read with it's twists and mysteries. I could not imagine that this simple story would take a turn like this and then with a dramatical end would take on anyone who is reading this. The narration was in flow and it felt like a movie is running in front of me. I really like this book. Even my dad read this book and could think of the things mentioned in the book. It is one of the plain and simple romance story I have ever read with it's twists and mysteries. I could not imagine that this simple story would take a turn like this and then with a dramatical end would take on anyone who is reading this. The narration was in flow and it felt like a movie is running in front of me. I really like this book. Even my dad read this book and could think of the things mentioned in the book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Shaikh

    It's my first romance novel in the shelf. My mom bought it for me as she thought that it would give me some insights regarding love infatuation and marriage. Truly speaking it did. I was just stuck to the book up to the end and was reading it like a book- maniac. I realized why my mom wanted me to read this book. I really liked this book and would like to read more and more in the same genre from the same author. It's my first romance novel in the shelf. My mom bought it for me as she thought that it would give me some insights regarding love infatuation and marriage. Truly speaking it did. I was just stuck to the book up to the end and was reading it like a book- maniac. I realized why my mom wanted me to read this book. I really liked this book and would like to read more and more in the same genre from the same author.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shirish Kundra

    Bachelor'$ Marriage is the book about society, youth and relations. You would find here the way in which relation between friends families and lovers is portrayed. Author has done the job to it's best and has kept it clean and clear without going into depth and show casing sexual activities. Bachelor'$ Marriage is the book about society, youth and relations. You would find here the way in which relation between friends families and lovers is portrayed. Author has done the job to it's best and has kept it clean and clear without going into depth and show casing sexual activities.

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