The Girl in Room 105

December 11, 2018 - Comment

Hi, I’m Keshav, and my life is screwed. I hate my job and my girlfriend left me. Ah, the beautiful Zara. Zara is from Kashmir. She is a Muslim. And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Anyway, leave that. Zara and I broke up four years ago. She moved on.

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Hi, I’m Keshav, and my life is screwed. I hate my job and my girlfriend left me.

Ah, the beautiful Zara. Zara is from Kashmir. She is a Muslim. And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Anyway, leave that. Zara and I broke up four years ago. She moved on. I didn’t. I drank every night to forget her, I called, I messaged, and stalked her on social media.

She just ignored me.

However, that night, on the eve of her birthday, Zara messaged me. She called me over, like old times, to her hostel room 105.

I shouldn’t have gone, but I did… and my life changed forever.

This is not a love story. It is an unlove story.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Skip this and read ” Marry me stranger”, if you want to read an Indian pulp thriller He has probably lost it post revolution 2020. A hat trick of let downers. But this one in particular, has got not readers but himself, clean bowled.Save your time and money, re-read any of your favorite CB novel, if you were once a fan like me.Would recommend “Marry me stranger” over this.

Anonymous says:

A light read rather than a suspense thriller I had started reading fiction novels after getting my hands upon Chetan Bhagat’s Five Point Someone as I had heard a lot about it from my friends who had read the same. I remember it was also one of the initial days in college and while an introduction session whosoever described their hobby as reading, on being asked which book they have read, everyone named “Five Point Someone”. Out of curiosity, I picked up the book and liked the fun in the story telling of Chetan Bhagat and read all his four books that had released by that time. And since then I have read around 500 books out of which 90% are by Indian authors. It is just a default setting in my reading habit that I compare all the fiction books with Chetan Bhagat’s initial books which were great combination and balance of storytelling and humour.I am just done reading Chetan Bhagat’s latest release “The Girl In Room 105” which has released just today itself and along with office, I have managed to read 300+ pages in…

Anonymous says:

Mr Bhagat – Average Writing Skills | Extraordinary Marketing Skills Let me give you a brief reason why I bought this book:1. A Girl in Room 105 – A Girl. A Room Number and Mr Chetan Bhagat – I bet any man would buy this book to help himself when the internet connection is down.2. The Cover – Are you kidding me? At first, I googled who the girl is in the cover but was met with nothing but denial.3. Mr Bhagat released a book trailer was better than an average Bollywood movie.4. Whenever I search a book on Amazon, this book shows in the list of Promoted Products. No problem though. He has the money. He can do anything with it.The above 4 factors were what enforced a simple man like me to buy this book. And I was a tad bit disappointed with the fact that this book has got nothing to do with s**, instead, Mr Bhagat uses profound terms like “making love”.Coming to the review,This book is what one calls a childish thriller. I mean it has those Bollywood types go-gaga love and romance between two…

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