• Publisher: TreeShade Books

  • Publication Year: 2018

  • Format: Paperback

  • Pages: 166

  • Rating: 4 on 5

Raghav Diwan was enjoying a blessed American dream with a well-established career and happy family life. He tasted the flavor of success
After making the launch of an electronic device in the USA being a talented employee of an American company. But happiness was short-lived for him as a boy filed complain against Diwan’s company for device malfunctioning which burnt the boy’s hands. One fine morning he got fired by his company because of the damage his device caused for the company image. He asked his wife and son to move back to India and started making effort to rebuild his career but failed because of the past black patch on his career. He was heartbroken and lost all faith in life and just on that moment he received an invitation and that from his classmates arranging the batch reunion. Although not willing to attend somehow he agreed to be a part of the reunion. He was not at all in touch with any of them but it was a knock on the door which actually encouraged becoming a part of the reunion.
His batch mates planed a game which will help each one of them to rewind and play the past moments which they spend together. Right from here the story takes an emotional turn when one by one Raghav and his classmates Harpreet, Shivam, Nafisa, and others started recalling the blast full, happening and celebratory moments of their college days. This reunion gave Raghav the indication that there is still hope left for him and he should not give up in the journey of life.
It’s a beautiful collection of college memories which turns this book a perfect onetime read which will allow each one of us to recall the moments we spend together with our friends in the college days.
Tarun Gautam, made a wonderful presentation of the college life in very simple language which makes it a fun read. Every individual character is beautifully developed by Tarun which clearly depicts the fact he is one of the promising authors of India. I am completely impressed by his work and wish Tarun best of luck for all his future projects and especially this book.


I got the book as a part of the review program in Outset”