Be my Per­fect End­ing by Ar­pit Vage­ria

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside - – by Swapna Peri

Ar­maan, a young, as­pir­ing and zealous man, who is a tele­vi­sion writer is the pro­tag­o­nist of the story. The story starts with his love story. He falls in love with a girl he once saw at one of the Mum­bai beaches. He feels an in­stant karmic con­nec­tion with her that he can­not ex­plain.

Sara, the fe­male pro­tag­o­nist in the story also works in the same com­pany as Ar­maan does. Sara is a girl with a teary and lost love story who hap­pens to find love again with Ar­maan. In­ci­den­tally, Sara is the girl he saw at the beach. Sandy is an­other char­ac­ter in­tro­duced as Ar­maan's flat mate. Both are very good friends and sup­port each other emo­tion­ally. The col­li­sion of emo­tions be­tween Ar­maan and Sara are beau­ti­fully de­picted. Life is anot n=bed of roses is again ex­plained through their jour­ney.Au­thor has made a classy at­tempt in bind­ing few in­ter­est­ing philo­soph­i­cal top­ics of life with the on­go­ing story.


A dif­fer­ent style of nar­ra­tion is ob­served and it's def­i­nitely strik­ing.


All the char­ac­ters are plot­ted per­fectly.

Lan­guage and Grammar:

Good lan­guage and neat vo­cab­u­lary are used.

My Verdict:

A good read with a sur­pris­ing cli­max.

Book Cover:

The book cover is just a dig­i­tal im­age of a cou­ple hav­ing happy times at the beach. The col­ors in the back­ground are very beau­ti­ful and eye-catch­ing.

Book Ti­tle: The book ti­tle 'Be

My Per­fect End­ing' hints to the reader the book might be a love story or an emo­tional story.


Book Ti­tle: 3/5

Book Cover: 3/5

Plot: 4/5

Nar­ra­tion: 4/5

Char­ac­ters: 3/5 Lan­guage & Grammar: 3/5

Fi­nal Rat­ing : 3.5/5 Swapna worked as SAP Con­sul­tant for 10 years in Ma­jor IT com­pa­nies. Read­ing has al­ways been her pas­sion and oc­ca­sional paint­ing her hobby. She de­cided to quit her job, look af­ter the fam­ily and pur­sue her hobby of read­ing and paint­ing in a larger way. Thus, her big leap into book re­view­ing has paved a way and has been suc­cess­ful to date. Read­ing chal­lenges in­ter­est her a lot and visit­ing book fairs is her fa­vorite thing. She be­lieves that there is no good back or bad book, but only books. Writ­ing un­bi­ased re­views is her strength and she is ap­pre­ci­ated by fel­low re­view­ers and read­ers for the same. An an­thol­ogy of mus­ings with her paint­ings is her pend­ing dream!




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