A Second Chance (Book Review)

a second chance book review

Book title: A Second Chance

Author: Sudeep Nagarkar

Genre: Romance, Drama, Fiction, Narrative

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Originally published: 14th April 2020

About the Author

Sudeep Nagarkar (born on 26 February 1988) is an Indian Novelist and generally writes fiction. “Few things left unsaid” is his first novel published in 2011.

After the release of his second book, which was “That’s the way we met” he left his job in an IT Company in 2012 to fully devote his time to writing. His family opposed him but no one could change his decision of devoting his time to writing fully.

A little Spoiler

The invisible boy at the starting of the book “A Second Chance” will be the ultimate hero and the protagonist of the story, you will see how destiny changes itself and revolves around the familiar faces. This book is worth your time and money.

Why this book A Second Chance?

This is a romantic saga where destiny plays a very important role. This story portrays the fight between letting go and giving the second chance. The fight between the mind and the heart.

This story teaches us to forget our egos and never give up on our loved ones.

This book will definitely be an eye-opener for all those who ruin their relationship and pamper their egos.

A story of second chance! A vulnerability story!!

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