Book Review of
It’s All About The Click by Priyanka Mathur
‘It’s all about the click’ by Priyanka Mathur is as intriguing as the name sounds. This is a story of every woman in India who has reached the so-called ‘marriageable’ age but hasn’t yet settled.
Page Counts: 288 pages
Publication Date: December 1st, 2018
The book ‘It’s all about click’ is just plain funny. The book is told in from Mitali’s perspective, her anxiety that she may never find Mr. Right. She decides to sign herself up in Matrimonial websites. And hence starts her journey into the complex world of rejections, stereotype expectations and demands that will blow your lead off as well make you laugh at the sheer stupidity of it.
I found this book to be addictive. I had to keep reading to find out what would happen next. This is an awesome book to curl up with a blanket and a coffee. My only complaint with this book is that it ended so soon.
I found this book to be engaging, fun and a very enjoyable read. It has a little bit of everything: Love, Anxiety over rejection, new beginnings, forgiveness, heartache, and love again.
I absolutely loved the story ‘It’s all about click’ and it’s a quick, incredibly fun read that I had a really fun time with.
Priyanka’s narrative is absolutely fun, light yet a truth which is plaguing today’s women. The humor in the story is pretty refreshing. And the characters to fall in love with. Each character talks to you on a personal front, resonating with your thoughts.
Do I recommend this book?
This book ‘It’s all about click’ is very refreshing and fast-paced.
It’s a 4-star read… So yes give it a go.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
About the Author
A software engineer by the day and writer by the night, Priyanka endures her double life by writing stories that are drawn out of the day to day life. Having her cultural roots in Lucknow, born and brought up in Rajasthan and finally finding marital bliss in South India, she brings her hilarious and thought-provoking experiences to her quirky writing. She shares her passion for writing with her mother, whose fiction stories have been aired by all India radio, and great-grandparent, Girija Kumar Mathur, an avid poet in his time.
So, that was the review of It’s All About The Click by Priyanka Mathur.
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