Book Review: It Ain’t College, It’s War! by Subhodeep Mukherjee

I just read ‘It Ain’t College, It’s War!’ by Subhodeep Mukherjee. Here is what I thought.

 

BOOK COVER:

This isn’t the most fascinating part of the book. I didn’t find the cover very appealing though it is symbolic to the plot.
Then again, this is purely based on perception.

Cover Rating – 3/ 5

TITLE JUSTIFICATION:

I haven’t seen many titles like this one. My only complaint is that I found it a bit too long. Other than that, it is a catchy title especially for those who are in the age surrounding college and its multiple experiences it teaches us in life.

Title Rating – 3.5/5

PLOT

To be honest, when I first picked this book up, I was apprehensive. Would this be the right choice for me to read? Being one who has never experienced college life, I wasn’t sure if it would catch my interest. But rest aside, I will definitely say that the author has the gift of converting a normal situation / scene into an interesting narration. That, I will say, is the strongest point of this book. It goes a long way in keeping a reader engaged.

Centered around a refreshing college atmosphere with student groups, peer pressure, ego-driven fights and steady infatuation, this book leads us through nostalgia. It is a conglomeration of new experiences, bad decisions, sudden consequences and life’s mysterious obstacles.

The author has a lovely style of writing and can weave imaginations with ease. The conversational, first person style of narration is a definite positive.

 

Rating – 4 / 5

OVERALL IMPRESSION:

An enjoyable read, a pleasant experience and a good impression. Will read more from the author.

Final Rating: 4 / 5
Verdict: Recommended.

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