Rewind And Play by Tarun Gautam

“The Universe tries to reveal its plan for you. If you get what it is, don’t mess with it”

#blurb: Raghav Diwan is living the American dream. A successful career, a comfortable and happy married life. One day, he receives an invitation to an evening get together with his college batch mates. He has not kept in touch with any of them and has no desires to meet them. But the past seems to be calling him. The past wants to reveal something to him. Will he open the door to let his past in. Will he let it change hi future. Will he press, rewind and play.

Author: Tarun Gautam

Publisher: TreeShade Books

Pages: 176

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Thanks to TheBookGenie for providing me with a review copy

My Review: 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

Raghav worked as the division head of a tech firm named Visiontek in New York. He was awarded as the winner for the most innovative consumer product of the year for developing Glove, a smarphone which can be worn as a part of your body. But few week after the award function, a malfunction of glove caused an accident which in turn got him fired. When his career is falling apart he receives a notification for a reunion from his batch mates. Though he initially wanted to avoid it but finally ended up attending it in an underground gastropub. They had food and shared funny stories back from their college days. Raghav he did not realize that meeting old friends was going to give his life a new turn.Those memories was about to open something inside him. Will Raghav be able to come back stronger? What is he going to do next?

It is a short and easy read and can be finished off in a single sitting. It is fast paced and keeps you engaged. The stories from their college days are really funny and enjoyable and bring back the memories of your own college days. It makes you miss all your friends who used to be your lifeline. The time spent with them while studying for exams, getting ready for practicals, taking trips come to you as a flashback. The bond of friendship displayed in the book is precious. You need these kinds of friends in your life who are always there for you in your ups and downs. Moreover the relationship between Raghav and his wife is also very beautifully portrayed. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a fun and lighthearted read which can be easily enjoyed with a cup of coffee on a rainy evening. I would definitely recommend it to everyone out there.
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