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Love Deserves a Second Chance



                True love comes from all over the world and everyone has a story to tell. The Mistake, a true love story comes from Bangalore India by the author, Bishwanath Singh. This book is filled with adventure, humor, and real-life situation that you and I can relate to. Each chapter is full of surprises and humorous experience that Bishwananth has gone through.
               

                 Bishwanath Singh is the main character and goes by the name Vijay. He attends New Light Engineering college in Bangalore. His goals were to finish college and graduate with an engineering major and have a girlfriend during his stay there (a physical relationship, nothing more). Soon he fell head-over-heels for a girl named Ankita after meeting her. As the semester passed, Vijay grew closer to Ankita and they both became boyfriend and girlfriend. Towards the end of their graduation, Ankita told Vijay that her dad would like for her to get married. Now, this became hard on Vijay, because he knows his parents wouldn’t allow it. From there they both broke up.
               

                 3 years later, Vijay still has regrets about the breakup. He felt that it was his mistake for not trying to convince his parent. Soon after, he heard that Ankita is single, but he also found out that she became a widow, her husband died from an accident. Reunited again, Vijay was determined to marry Ankita. After a long talk with his father, he finally agreed to it. With exciting news, Vijay rushed to tell Ankita but then got into a bike accident. Vijay finally woke up to seeing Ankita by his side, the doctors said he was okay, and nothing was broken. Once he got discharged, they both finally got married and lived happily ever after.


                 This book is surprisingly good, simple, and easy to follow. There are few minor mistakes like a few sentences need to be spaced out from pages 48 and 130. Also, from page 43, “They” need to be changed to “There”, but I could be wrong because I have the advanced version. Overall, I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. This book is worth picking if you’re into romance or comedy novels. Give it a chance, because I know you will enjoy reading it as I did. Hope you all enjoy this review and happy reading everyone. You can get your copy here.


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Synopsis From The Book

Whither love - and other conundrums
Love is complicated if it is not handled in a proper way. It is the blessing and it is the curse. What if love comes in your way and the situations turn your fate up-side-down? One such story is "The Mistake: A True Love Story". Vijay Singh an enthusiastic student steps into the engineering college and he meets Ankita, a girl with a dark past. He follows her and does crazy things to get her. His passion for her is undying and when Ankita agrees to be with him. Unfortunately, he meets with an accident and gets admitted to the hospital. Fate takes a strange turn.
What will happen to Vijay Singh? What is the unknown past of Ankita? Will they recreate their love and passion for each other after the accident? What are the consequences which Vijay faces? The plight of Vijay's courtship is one filled with peaks and valleys.

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