Book Review: Quarter Life Crisis





Title: Quarter Life Crisis
Author: Anshuk Attri
Genre: Fiction, Romance
Pages: 304
Publisher: Maple Press

Rating: 4/5


Quarter Life Crisis by Anshuk Attri is a quick and heart touching tale of  two people in love and how they handle life's challenges and learn from their mistakes. It is a decent rendition of the confusions caused when faced with premature responsibilities and also of the chaos, as a result.

Prachur is a college student in love with Neera since his school days. They both belong to Shimla and the parents are aware of their relationship. Neera has big plans for her future whereas Prachur still lacks clarity, as far his career decision goes. Neera loves Prachur's poems and encourages him to write and make a career out of it. All is hunky dory when suddenly, their lives take a nasty turn when Neera finds that she is pregnant with Prachur's child. Although Prachur is not too sure what to make out of this new development, Neera is certain she wants the child. But would she be able to pursue her dreams of having a brilliant career? And is Prachur ready for such a big responsibility?

Quarter Life Crisis is an engrossing and a quick read. The author has, quite genuinely, portrayed the lives of the two main characters and the events surrounding them in an incredible manner. It is an interesting read, with bits of humor here and there. The pace of the story is smooth and the writing quite impressive. The characters are well written and well described.

There is nothing that I have to say that is negative about the book. I liked the plot and the writing style and I would recommend it to anyone in need of something to kill travel time or for a weekend read. All in all, a heart rendering tale of love.


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*** This book was sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***

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