WRITING STYLE: 3.5/5
ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 3.5/5
Who doesn’t know Sudeep Nagarkar? His books and his words have reached millions and touched millions of hearts. He is the king of today’s modern and contemporary fiction and is loved by all his readers. In You’re Trending In My Dreams, he writes about the story of four fast friends – Ahana, Varun, Malvika and Garima. Ahana and Varun belong to the same town, while Malvika is a Mumbaikar and Garima comes from Madhya Pradesh.
The story of “You’re Trending In My Dreams” starts when Ahana moves to Mumbai for her fashion designing course and is in search for a roommate for her flat in Mumbai. She soon comes across Malvika who she met at her gym and together they decide that Malvika along with her college friend Garima should move in. Varun is tired of the daily berating of his dad and wants to get away from home. He soon finds a way to do so by applying to do his Bachelors of Science degree at the Mumbai University. Being close friends, Ahana asks him to move in with them.
After the initial hesitation, they soon find comfort in each other’s company and become fast friends – being there for each other in times of emotional turmoil or sticking together in any other need and living life to the fullest by working hard and partying even harder. Life is full of fun and frolic when all of a sudden things go awry and life is not so cool anymore. So will they stick together as always? Or will they move on to their separate ways? What will happen and who will be blamed? To know this and much more, read this exciting book today!
I loved the contemporary theme of “You’re Trending In My Dreams”. To the younger generation especially to the metro residing audience, it will be most relatable and exciting. The story is set in Mumbai which makes the read quite amazing. The plot is decent and an uncomplicated one. I liked the characters too. All four of them are charming and intriguing and are somebody who you will love to be friends with. Varun and Ahana were my favourite characters as she was full of life and vigour and he was the perfect go to guy for any girl troubles.
The end too was entertaining with a happy ever after note to it. I liked the way there was more to the story than a simple romance. The story was much more about friendship than romance and that was really a welcoming addition. The writing style of the author as always is really appealing and makes the book an absolutely un-put-down-able one. I, therefore, rate the book three and a half out of five stars and recommend it to all my readers.