We Were Three… by Himanshu Arora – Book Review


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Title : We were Three
Author : Himanshu Arora
Pages : 274
Publisher : CreateSpace
Genre : Fiction

Rating :

Cover : 3.5/5
Blurb : 3/5
Plot : 4/5
Story-line : 3.5/5
Writing Style : 3/5
Presentation : 3.5/5
Overall : 3.5/5

Overview :

We were Three
We met for the first time during 1st year Masters in Biotechnology
We became friends forever
In Indore, our life was perfect…college, seniors, fresher’s, canteen, girl friend…
Then something happened…
One of us got murdered in mysterious circumstances…
We tried to find the answers…and it turned our lives upside down
Sometimes friendship is very costly… but it teaches the meaning and values of relationship, love, life and death.
And that is why; whatever it takes…after all…We were Three.

Beauty :

  • Storyline.
  • Humor.
  • Suspense, twist & turns.

Beast :

  • Editing.
  • Writing Style.

Review :

Our college life is the most fascinating time that stays in our memory for the lifetime. Our friends, the feeling of friendship, love, fights everything turns out to be the beautiful journey of roller coaster of emotional drama. The same is with this book which starts with Vikram’s first step in the college where he finds two of his best buddies, Ajay and Sameer.

The story is pretty well woven with the surprise elements and rib tickling humor. The chase for the first date was awesome. It made me literally laugh and roll over the bed. But the main story begins with the murder that unfortunately happens in front of Vikram. There begins the dark side of the story and thats the moment where it instantly grips the hold over the reader which stays till the end of the story.

Twist and turns are plotted over the story line pretty beautifully and makes this suspense thriller much more beautiful. We were three is truly a great story told by the author.

Now coming on the drawbacks. Editing of the book is not done properly, there are various points were you can see errors regarding the language. Another thing which I felt as the problematic area for the author was his writing style. Sometimes the dialogues seem to be very loosely written. But if we ignore these few drawbacks, the story of the book makes me recommend the book to everyone who loves to read a bit unusual.

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