Book Review – When Opposites Meet – Sachin Garg

When Opposites Meet

Hello Loves,
I am so sorry. It has been a roller coaster back at home and work. A lot of stuff is happening at the moment and you will all be announced of my shenanigans pretty soon. Anyhoo, I recently received a book named When Opposites Meet – Sachin Garg, in exchange for a review and here’s what I’d love (fall in love synonym) to share it.

Book name: When Opposites Meet
Author name: Sachin Garg
Publisher name: Harlequin
Page Count: 216 pages
Amazon Rank: as of 2nd April 2018.

#12,695 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

#519 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Classic Fiction

#1490 in Books > Romance

Book Buying Link:


3 out of 5 stars

Cover: A simply neat and direct cover of opposites (a lanky girl and a muscular guy) with a green background visual adds to the flavour of the book.

I believe ‘When Opposites Meet’ is a classic take (take with a grain of salt idiom) on creating awareness about the many societal issues we live with today. The social injustice, differences, discrimination and difficulties that the Generation of today experiences today is rightly brought to light through 6 beautiful characters.

It can be considered as one of the most direct, frank and satirical book out there. What I love the most? I love how the emotional fool in me wimped, cried my heart out, laughed, smirked, gained tempered with every flip of the page.

The author has me tongue-tied and I look forward to reading more of Sachin Garg’s book.

P.S.: This is the first time (race against time phrase) I read Sachin Garg’s work and I must say it is commendable.

I wouldn’t like to comment on grammar because lately, I have realized that our lives can’t be perfect all the time. Let’s not forget that To err is human, but to forgive is divine and that we all make mistakes and there may have been one too many errors in the book (But that’s not the writers fault – at the end of the day, Sachin managed to be a whimsical storyteller and that is rightly brought to life with his writing)

I will give this book a 3.5 on 5 stars and would recommend it those that are a fan of Indian Romance and Contemporary Writers like Nikita Singh, Durjoy Datta, Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh and the likes.

On an irrelevant note, I’d like to say that I’ll promise to write more often and keep The Attic Life, updated.

See ya!

When Opposites Meet

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