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    Life is What you Make It (English, Paperback, Preeti Shenoy)

    Life is What you Make It  (English, Paperback, Preeti Shenoy)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Srishti Publisher
    • Genre: Literature & Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789380349305, 9380349300
    • Edition: 2011
    • Pages: 211
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    Life Is What You Make It is a fictional story about a strong female character whose life takes unexpected turns and how she uses her indomitable spirit to make the most of it.

    Summary Of The Book

    Life Is What You Make It is a story about a young female protagonist whose life gets shaken by her destiny in a highly unexpected manner. Set across two Indian cities in 1989, the story begins when Ankita is shown to be reading letters that she exchanged with Vaibhav. And here onward, the reader is taken on a flashback story that relates the life of Ankita and how she ended up in a hospital.

    Ankita is in her twenties and belongs to a conservative middle class family. Her parents are so strict that they do not even like her being friends with guys. She is a smart, career-oriented, confident, young, attractive, sweet, and happy go lucky girl. She has lots of friends and is wooed by many boys at her college. Her college life is what every youngster dreams of but Ankita does not underestimate the importance of studies as well. She secures a seat in a leading management school. She is one of the most happening girls in the college. However, at times she is haunted by some issues that she faced in her past.

    Life seems to be sailing smooth for Ankita until one fine day when she is admitted to a mental hospital. Life suddenly snatches everything that Ankita had in her world in a cruel twist of fate. How did things change so badly? How will Ankita take this sudden blow of destiny? Will she survive it? Will she ever be able to live a normal life?

    A love story at heart, this tale of unconquerable human spirit shows how Ankita does not succumb to her destiny and decides to fight back. It is an inspiring and moving account of determination and faith as Ankita challenges what destiny throws at her. It is a story that makes the reader question the very concepts of sanities and teaches the fact that life is what one makes of it. Moreover, the simple language and narration of Life Is What You Make It emphasizes that problems are never permanent and it is one’s spirit that can carve the path to one’s life.

    About Preeti Shenoy

    Preeti Shenoy is a multi-talented person who is famously known as a bestselling Indian author. Shenoy has authored three other books including Tea For Two And A Piece Of Cake, The Secret Wish List, and 34 Bubblegums And Candies. Preeti was born on 21st December in 1971 and studied all across the country in different Kendriya Vidyalayas. She was interested in writing since her childhood but became a full-time writer after her blog’s success in 2006. She started writing for leading newspapers and magazines such as The Times of India and Readers Digest. Her other talents include paper quilling, poetry, basketball, yoga, blogging, and pencil art. She was listed in the Forbes longlist of the most influential celebrities in India.

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    • Publication Year
      • 2011
    Contributors
    • Author
      • Preeti Shenoy
    • Author Info
      • Preeti Shenoy is an author and an artist based at Banglore, India. Her first book '34 Bubblegums and Candies', a creative non-fiction made it to the national best-seller list.
        Her interests are as multifarious and diverse as her several academic degrees. She also specialises in pencil portraits and holds an internationally recornised qualification from UK in portraiture. She has held a number of varied jobs in the past. She has also written for different publications life Readers Digest and Times of India, as well as taught English and Math to underprivileged children in India. She loves art, reading, travelling, photography, nature, animals, blogging and basketball and most of all, spending time with her spouse and two children.
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      • 181 g
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    Highly Disappointing. Not worth buying even for 60 rupees

    I read this book, or more accurately tried to read this book. I was unable to finish this book because the author Preeti Shenoy tests your patience through an average story and horrible writing.

    This book is an example of how poor some of the present Indian writing is, especially with some of these overnight "bestselling" Authors.

    I passed this book to some of my friends and asked them to read. Not just me, even they found this book to be a piece of useless writing.

    Hate to be a bit ha...
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    Vijay Kumar

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    23 Jan, 2013

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    Very True 'Life is what u make it'

    I ordered this book from Flipkart around two months back. But yesterday I opened it finally. And also completed in just one sitting.
    I liked the starting and the way author created the suspense. I kept guessing the reason and was proved wrong at the end. Its very well written and is also a lesson for people who try to commit suicide. It tells you how important is your life and its very easy to enjoy it.
    All depend on you how you move forward. There will be situations in your life when you ar...
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    Ravi Soni

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    29 Aug, 2011

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    Unimpressive & Uninspiring

    I had bought this book after reading many good reviews here. But I was highly disappointed after reading it. Though the summary might sound intriguing and deep, it deals with everything that life is in a very shallow manner. The first half is pure popcorn affair, while the second half is dry and bland. The writing is pretty average and at times quite amateurish. The story of Ankita doesn't inspire you or move you at all. The only good thing about this book is its price. But then, wasn't that ...
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    Mukul Garg

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    6 Feb, 2013

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    Save me from PREETI"s Stupid BOOK

    it is such a stupid book....reprenting a girl keeps on switching her boyfriend whenever she finds a new one... this is somehow tolerable till 14th chap. but after that you"ll be a mental paitent...
    OH!!! GOD SAVE me!!!
    if you wanna waste your money, time and your MENTAL HEALTH
    go ahead...
    i m giving one star because it is least possible....
    PREETI, please for GOD sake STOP writing....
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    SATISH SHARMA

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    27 May, 2013

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    Misleading title

    I thought it might be some meaningful book like "Monk who sold his" or "Alchemist". But its just a regular story which makes u regret ur decision to purchase the book.

    Flipkart's service is weil know to all..
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    Prasad Jaiswal

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    6 Mar, 2013

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    Only title is good - book is pathetic

    i dont know what made author write this book .... i found it very very boring .... middle 100 pages were depressing llike hell .... i guess she googled 'BIPOLAR DISORDERS' and wote a book on what she found there .... and to my surprise this is a so-called 'National Bestseller' .... i dont know how many more (like me) got fooled with these two words .... i am a doctor by profession and there are tens and hundreds of such cases lying in our psychiatry ward ....

    LIFE IS WHAT U MAKE IT ????? Wha...
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    Hanish Sharma

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    10 Feb, 2013

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    Disappointed.........may be cheated

    The book may be ok or may be good for thpose who like Tales. I had bought the book just beleiviong on Title and the book may anything but certainly not the one that would have deserved the Title - "Life is what you make it"
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    A reader

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    18 Jan, 2012

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    Not what I expected of it!

    On reading the book summary, I expected it would be a kind of inspiring story where Ankita would be surrounded by problems such as depression, career struggles, love-hate situations....and yet overcome them through her determination and shine as a successful person.

    But, I was really disappointed as it turned out to be a mental-health related problem and where she is a mere patient using medication to get out of it. I couldn't understand where "determination" really came into picture as desc...
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    Shravani

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    24 Nov, 2011

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    Just the worst book ever!!...

    This is probably the worst book i have ever read in my life and i have read twilight!!... Picked up this book when i was in India last time and read it on my flight back home. Its a story of crazy sex addict girl who just goes around humping guys and finally turns psycho!!...bad writing and bad story... not sure if the story is worth telling!!... save yourself the torture....
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    Raj

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    14 Sep, 2012

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    Worst..

    I bought this book after reading the reviews but felt highly disappointed for reading the story. This is the story of Ankita who faces severe ups & downs to finally leading to a normal life. U ll find it hard to digest the story when she is entertaining three guys where she is neither accepting their affections for her nor denying them as well and there u get the feeling that what would be the consequences of all these. First half is OK but the middle pages have been spared in fact wasted chu...
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    Panky

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    21 Feb, 2013

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