A tale of friendship, love, lust, and what it means to sincerely care about other people; this story deals with three different emotions, but focuses on the first one as the greatest of them all.
Summary Of The Book
As the title has made clear, this novel by Pritesh Bhosale is a chronicle of life in general. Every individual experiences love and lust. However, there is another kind of a relationship that is very important and always reigns supreme against any other emotion that one might experience. The third bond is that of friendship.
Abhi is a person who would sacrifice everything for the sake of his friends. Dhananjay is quite the opposite. His only friend is alcohol, and his only pursuit is self-destruction. While Priya will face every adversity that comes her way with firm resolve, Maitreya’s life are his friends.
All these characters stem from different backgrounds, and their thinking seldom match. However, they are friends, and one thing that they all have in common is love and affection for each other. This is a story of their relationships, their lives, their love, and how this love takes the form of lust.
Along with an interesting plot, one that many readers would be able to relate to, this book also contains crucial messages for the youth, as it focuses on both genders separately and the responsibilities as well as the repercussions that their choices come with.
Published in the year 2012, this book was met with positive reviews.
About Pritesh Bhosale
Pritesh Bhosale is a pharmacist and writer. He is 27 years old.
Love, Life And Lust is the only book written by Pritam so far.
Bhosale’s writing style is fresh, colloquial, and simple. He depicts relationships in a convincing manner and the story is interestingly put. He works with a pharmaceutical company with Aurangabad and writes as a hobby. He also enjoys traveling. He belongs to Ahmednagar but has lived in Indore, Mumbai, and Aurangabad.
12 Apr, 2012
Such a nice book after long time...
12 Apr, 2012
18 Apr, 2012
What the Fuss
5 Jun, 2012
26 Apr, 2012
Dinesh J. Chougule
22 Apr, 2012
Read for an uninteresting story and erroneous language,rather not to read.
20 Jul, 2012
A must read for those who believe in Love and friendship
13 Apr, 2012
23 Nov, 2016
not much happy
30 Dec, 2014