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Two-Sided Dilemma | Divyansh Bhatnagar | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Notion Press; 1st edition (10 August 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 210 pages

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Some people may not be our forever, but they become the medium to reach our forever. Do you agree?

Two-Sided Dilemma by Divyansh Bhatnagar is a contemporary novel of Raghav on a roller coaster encompassing love, passion, and conflicts. He is well on his way to discovering himself and finding the purpose of his life. But this journey is not going to be a straight road.

Raghav had two girls in his life – Diya and Niharika – who had distinct roles to play. He couldn’t get one and he most certainly couldn’t lose the other. He would travel to several places, swing between multiple aspirations and expectations and experiences to find his real treasure. There is love, friendships, heartbreaks, and dreams that fill the pages. This story is as much of love as of self-discovery. That makes it wonderful.

Two-Sided Dilemma has well-rounded characters who come into the picture and play their roles effectively. While the central plot is a tad bit unique, I believe Bhatnagar’s narration made it much better. In between the story, we find a few quotes that make the readers stop for a moment and think hard.

Although at a few places, I found the story underwhelming to my liking, the book comes up very well overall. Clear writing with thoughtful editing added to the appeal of the book. I enjoyed reading it on a sunny winter afternoon. If you are looking for some breezy romance read, do pick this up.

Looking forward to reading more from the author.

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