Review of A Twisted Tale: story of Manipal by Mr Anand Kumar 

Title: A twisted tale 

Author: Mr. Anand kumar

Blurb: Akash, a.k.a. The Love Guru, has had the best of his days in his undergrad years as the heartthrob of college, popular for his skill in acting, directing and romance making, known for his poems and for his loyal friendships. Despite being a little lazy and mediocre in studies, he was the centre of everyone’s attention. However, everything changes when he joins the masters program in the same college. No longer Mr. Popular, Akash feels like an outcast amongst his new batchmates. Having broken off with his college sweetheart, his own confidence has taken a blow. He misses his old days, old friends and old life. Inspite of being at the same campus, he feels lost and lonely. Every now and then, his mind and soul drift back to his undergrad days. Then one day, Simran walks into his life and it changed forever. Did she change his life? Did they become good friends? Did Akash correct his ways after meeting Simran? Did he start taking his life and his studies seriously? The book captures the journey and transformation of an ignorant teen into a mature man through a rollercoaster of emotions of love, friendship, responsibility, maturity, dignity, pride and above all self belief. Flip through the pages of this book to enjoy the story of an ordinary guy Akash, who found himself in extraordinary situations.

Review:  A twisted tale ‘story of Manipal’ is a college based  story which revolve around akash the protagonist. 

How he goes through different phases of life in Manipal the heartbreak he suffers and how he overcame that. 

The story beautifully portrays the situation of college life such as love, emotions and friendship. The narration is amazing and every college student can relate to the story. The plot is not so extraordinary but still the story is interesting. The language and grammar is up to the mark. One can easily go for it if they love reading college romances. 








Overall I will rate it 4/5 stars. 

Verdict: A story that connects friendship and love at its best.

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