#BookReview There’s Something About You by Yashodhara Lal


On the Jacket :


Trish is twenty-eight. She’s Unemployed, Overweight, Single and Snarky. She knows all that. And if one more person – just one more person – tries to fix her, she might explode. Sahil is thirty-five. He has superpowers. Well, kind of. He seems to think so, anyway. He’s also hot(in a geeky kind of way, but still). And he plays the guitar, helps the underprivileged and talks about his feelings. Aren’t guys like that supposed to exist only in fantasies?

When Trish and Sahil meet magic happens. Real magic, you know, like fireworks, electricity, that sort of thing. But here’s the problem. Trish doesn’t want anyone in her life. She has enough to deal with – dependent parents, flaky neighbours, bitchy editors, the works. And yet, Sahil is determined to be in her life.

Review :

Quick Review :

There’s something about you is quirky, witty and highly entertaining.

Full Review :

There’s Something about you is Trishna aka Trish’s story. Trish is a modern Independent girl who works as an head of Content Dept, lives with her parents in Mumbai and has only one person who she can call her friend. Life takes an unknown turn when Trish loses her job. For Trish, who started working just after college, this situation is new and it doesn’t help knowing her parents depend on her, and to her annoyance she is forced to babysit her friend’s daughter.

After some unsuccessful interviews, Trish finds herself in a zone where she is pitied and given Freelance work. One such article changes Trish’s life. Soon Trish has found a way to earn a steady income. Just when She thought life will go back to being normal, she bumps into a stranger who will again change her life forever. Sahil and Trish meet in an unusual, dramatic way. He is sure he has super powers, she is sure he is a Psycho. Sahil is adamant to make his way in Trish’s life, more to her annoyance He is the only one who knows what Trish is upto.

I was completely sold at the blurb of this book and am so happy that this book is beyond my expectations. What I really liked about this book is Trish’s never ending sarcasm, her practical approach to every problem. This book is witty and will entertain you for sure.

Rating :

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