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    Unputdownable

    Begins with a crazy premise or so I imagined but you cannot assume anything here! The woman who is replaced by a double must fight with all her might and the story takes the reader on an unbelievable journey. It explores every avenue there is for a person to establish ones identity. But that is just the beginning. The tip of the iceberg. Maintaining a rational front is extremely difficult under such extraneous circumstances and the writer takes us there, into the protagonists head, and we can see the frenzy, the agony and the desperation. With twists at every turn as promised, this is a great read. I have not read another Indian story quite like this one.
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    Twisted Plot - Entertaining.

    I love romantic suspense and this one does not disappoint. Begins with a catastrophe and from then on, the girl must find her way back to the boy. What's terrible is that the boy seems hoodwinked by a lookalike! At the surface, this seems like a straightforward story where there is a singular, linear, problem but nothing in here is simple. Everything is extremely complex, right from what the characters believe to be true about themselves and the situations they are forced to deal with. The labyrinth that is the system that one must follow in order to establish ones identity can easily be manipulated by people on either side of the spectrum. While that seems to be the essential message here, I enjoyed the other 'love triumphs all but only if both parties are willing' message as well.
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