Capital Coffee: Our Impossible Love by Durjoy Datta!

Here’s my take on Our Impossible Love by Durjoy Datta
 
 
Blurb
 
Life teaches us what ‘love’ truly is
And love gives definition to ‘life’
 
Aisha, a bit of a late bloomer, has to figure out what it means to be a woman and
to be desired. Danish feels time is running out for him and he’s going to end
up as a nobody, as opposed to his overachieving, determined younger brother.


Life takes a strange turn when Danish, the confused idiot, is appointed as the
student counsellor to Aisha. Between the two of them they have to figure out love,
life, friendship—most of all, themselves. And it’s not proving to be . . . easy?
 
Our Impossible Love presents
Life the way it is and
Love the way it should be
 
Review
 
Ever
felt like you are drowning in the big ocean of grief and there is no one who
can save you. Then there comes a hand who not only drags you out of your
miseries but also stands beside you as a support in a person. And this is how
the story goes. It’s a book based on life… Hell no! It’s a part of Aisha Paul and Dinesh Roy’s
lives.
Aisha,
a cute seventeen year old school going girl who gets attention for her sexy
figure and a lot of rumors in her name but she doesn’t give a damn. She shows
herself as arrogant bully but an innocent pure child at heart. But as most of
the teenagers she loves the attention she gets. Let alone it’s for her body
parts. And Danish, He is a 23 year old adult? We may say. This guy is still a
struggling undergraduate at the starting but fails and ends up as a school
counsellor. He feels himself as a disappointment for his parents, his younger
brother Ankit has out-shined him in all fields. But he already loves his brother
too much to get angry at him for his achievements.
It
starts with the elaboration and portray of situations of sexual drives felt by
Aisha and describing the disappointment Danish felt in himself. Then the way
they end up finally meeting each other as Danish got a job (finally after lot
of drama) of a counselor in Aisha’s school. And how some new relations,
actions, deeds, motives, secrets unfolds and how Aisha gets trapped. How Danish
becomes her knight in shining armor even when she is not a damsel in distress.
How they end up… For that you need to read the story.
 
The
style of narration is good; it includes POV from both the protagonists. In fact
two or three from Sarthak Paul, Aisha’s brother side too. The plot is pretty
good revolving around the recent social topic that’s “Rape or forced sex by
boyfriend”…  Okay I revealed a bit too much. For
more—go for this book. A cool topic picked by the author, as I always look
forward to him for a different thingy. It includes a very good social message,
which should take a still stand in our society.

 

 
3.7/5
stars from my side. 
 
Overview
 
This
book might be a disappointment for those who are looking for a romantic book.
It’s a ‘practical day-to-day social issues’ related book iced by a little bit
in-love couples who stand for each other.
The
first 60-70 pages may annoy you, and you will feel like dropping it there and then.
But when eventually, [That too if you don’t give up on reading it] once the new
characters starts get introduced like—Ankit, Sarthak, Erskin, and Casanova
Vibhor you will stay glued to it.
 
If
the start would have been a little less annoying than it would have been a
rocker.
 
The
climax is pretty shocking and kind of Bollywood style, needless to say that
such things don’t happen in real life. But it’s not that bad. Give this book a
try it won’t disappoint you much.
Nice
cover, interesting title all in all good. 
 

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Regards,
Niharika Mishra

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