Six Teen Mistakes – The Waxing
Moon (Book Review)
First impression – I loved the title,
but not the cover. It was quite dull according to me.
Overall Review: A good book and a
very decent try by the author. A recommendation for newbie readers and chick-lit
My first Nikhil Kushwaha’s novel –
I was surprised to first see a beautiful poem on the back cover and then, when
I read through the book, was even more surprised to witness a good number of
short & sweet poems throughout the book.
An awesome attempt by Nikhil, it
was one such interesting read for me. A very cool crack with enough wit, for
one to enjoy reading. Be it the most innovative terms he has come up with, that
includes DILM (Read the book to
know the expansion) or the subtle conversations which reminds me the F.R.I.E.N.D.S
series, and the cute little awesome poems he stuffed here and there, all were
so good and new.
A worth-it book, which is just the first half and there is another book
which completes the popping questions. So
if you are in late 20’s, if you are traveling for a few hours, if you
want to spend time smiling and giggling. This book is for you.
I would rate 3.5/5 for Six Teen Mistakes
Wow factors – 1) Poems 2) Engaging conversations 3) Wit factor
Frown Factors – 1)Cover 2) The conversations could have been more crisp 3) A lot of “said.” “asked,” and similar words used throughout in the book, which disturbed the reading experience