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Apparently, the most creative thing he could find. Also, that he is not only handsome, but also smart and intelligent. And that she really wants him. Like, really, really wants him. Things turn from bad to worse when Radhika decides that she wants to plan a future together with Debu and starts implicitly pressuring him into marriage. Could she go on living with someone who earns so little? He would rather have a simple housewife for a partner, than a strong, independent woman who earns so much than him and is never around.
They separate, and the separation gets Radhika into thinking whether she was right to prioritize her job to Debu. So, she tries to amends. I only enjoyed all this when I had Debu. I needed love. Then, she heads off to Brooklyn Heights, where Debu has in the meantime moved back into with his old roommates.
I just wanted to slip into bed with him.
A tiny bedside lamp was switched on. It took me a second to process what I saw: Debu and a white girl lay there naked, intertwined with one another.
In hindsight, I realize I should have shut the door and dashed out. Instead, I froze. In fact, at forty-five, he is already a senior partner at Goldman Sachs! The thing is Neel Gupta is also pretty smitten with Radhika especially after she manages to land a big deal at the Philippines. His feelings grow deeper and become pretty apparent when he sends her 26 roses for her 26th birthday.
And in the 26th chapter of the book, at the beaches of the Pangulasian Island Resort at the Philippines, just after the deal-closing celebration dinner soaked in quite a few drinks, this happens: We looked at each other and smiled.
I could have moved away. Maybe because I wanted it to happen. He leaned forward. He placed his lips on mine. They felt as warm and gentle as the water on my ankles. I closed my eyes. My hands moved halfway to stop him but lost the resolve to do so as the kiss felt amazing. He kissed me long and deep as dozens of waves broke and touched the soles of my feet. He lifted his arm to draw me closer. This was not supposed to feel good. But never had a kiss felt this good.
Maybe I should have. But when something feels so right it is hard to do so. I placed my palm on his face. The face I had seen every day for so many months, but never touched. I felt connected to him.
I felt like the entire island existed only for this one reason, our kiss. And you know what happens next. If Debu was beer, this was champagne. If Debu was a boat, this was a luxury cruise. It would take Radhika a year before realizing that Neel is not the man for her.
The sudden revelation occurs to her during a discussion about motherhood. New York. And you know what that means: constant bugging. One day, Radhika succumbs to the pressure and decides to look through some profiles on the website — through her own profile set by none other than her mother.
She eventually connects with the Brijesh Gulati from the Prologue. Complicated already, sure, but, wait, it gets even more complicated: Neel also contacts Radhika out of the blue and, out of the bluer is that even an expression? Apparently, he regrets leaving Radhika as well and to prove this, he has brought his divorce papers with him. Her decision?
When the only viable move — is not to move. She calls both Debu and Neel the morning before the wedding and at AM, at a coffee shop, she relates to them her feelings: I am not coming with you, or with you. And I plan to be a lot more successful than what you saw. So, sorry, no […] And Neel, you are amazing, no doubt. The chartered plane, tempting, of course. Now with the divorce and everything I know you love me too. I am not sure how true this claim is but thats what is published as his introduction and so much more like so many successful Bollywood movies based on his books, his column writing prowess and public speaking talent and how can we forget his acclaimed degrees from India's prestigious IIT and IIM :.
On top of that what hurt me the most post reading the book is that he is still writing meaningless stories which will not qualify as "Literature" from any standard and this one fails big time even on entertainment grounds.
I will call it the weakest of his books which is way below and boring than his own worst "One Night The Call Center". I guess his name is big enough that neither his editors spend anytime on his writing nor the proof readers or publisher. I am no expert but if I am able to point out a dozen grammatical mistakes and so many spelling mistakes and I am not even talking about the plot here or lack of it as some of my friends will say post reading or some may claim without reading too.
A complete disaster from the very start, which just drags, goes no where, gives nothing to the reader and refuses to end. The most challenging book ever written by Mr. Bhagat so far and I guess my last from him, I will certainly not look forward to any more books from him now-onward.
This is Goodbye and Good-riddance to Mr. Bhagat from me.
Here the main protagonist is a loser from IIT who doesn't gets a campus selection even after passing from IIT, if that is some respite for people like me :. Not only that, he ends up coaching in a institute where they prepare candidates for IIT entrance exams :. So Mr. Loser has a girlfriend, who breaks off with him, meets another guy super successful IITian , goes around with him and then she dies or gets killed.
With Mr. Loser as the prime suspect and Delhi police investigating read not doing anything on the case. How Mr. Loser takes it on himself to solve the case on his own Ex Dead Girlfriend makes up for the rest of the book. He even has a Watson with him for support and that guy actually is a savior of sorts on this sinking boat with every page. If not for his comic timing, this would have become the second book in the history of my reading to have flown out of my 6th floor window.
But I must say rather I guarantee that Mr. Bhagat has never touched a Agatha Christie or Conan Doyle for sure, let alone touching them, he has never ever read a Surendra Mohan Pathak even.