A story would always be incomplete without the one you can finally be happy with. Yes, it is not an end, until you are satisfied with what ever you have.
Savi Sharma with her second book ‘this is not your story’s has amazingly portrayed story of young men and women.
Shaurya, a CA student. Miraya, an interior designer. Anubhav, an aspiring entrepreneur. Kasturi, shaurya’s neighbour and a dear friend.
‘you seem so confident,’ I said, my eyebrows raised high, feeling sceptical at his words. ‘risks can often land you I. A far worse situation.’
‘True,’ he nodded, his grin widening. ‘but, then again, the weight of regret and asking yourself what if, down the road is afar more haunting to one’s soul. What if i took that chance? Well, if the worst that happens is that you have to come back home and pick up where you left off, at least you can stop wasting time on dreaming and wondering if it’s still a possibility.’ -pg24
Shaurya, is excellent at studies and knows he would do real well, at his CA exams. But, what is it that he wants to do instead? What is his dream after all? And around his story revolves all of others.
Miraya, is depressed over her broken marriage whereas, anything is all mourning over his dead parents. And just like, iron cuts iron, both of them find refugee under each others company. But, would they ever confess?
Would shaurya confess his love for kasturi? Would he follow his dreams after all?
Sometimes, you do not write your story, it writes you. You don’t choose your story, it chooses you.
Savi Sharma has taken this book with good composition of motivation and storytelling combined.