Thursday, 3 March 2016

#BookReview ; My Dream Man by Aditi Bose

I don’t know if I can do a story like this once again or not.
Ajopa Ganguly, a struggling writer, is reeling from the pains of her manuscript having been rejected by all publishers. She knows that making cupcakes and embroidering handkerchiefs is not her true calling. However, she is scared to write anymore and is losing focus.
Aniket Verma, is the professor of economics who was also Ajopa’s tuition teacher once. Despite their twelve years age gap, with time, they forge a special bond of friendship.
Then a misunderstanding!
Now Aniket is back and it feel just like old times. With a challenge of finishing a new manuscript in record time and a promise that he will help her to get it published if she does, he asks her to meet him at the publisher’s office two days later.
Does she write?
 Does she go to the publisher’s office?
 At what moment does their friendship change?
 Do they fall in love?
 My Dream Man, a let-me-tell-my-friends and I-need-to-finish-this-now story, is an insightful examination of how forces beyond our control help us make decisions. As Ajopa says, it is all about ‘deep choosing’.

My Dream Man is written by Aditi Bose who is a content writer & has even written another book for children. Even as a child she had a passion for maintaining a personal diary & travel journals which might have been a start of developing her writing skills.

The story is about an ambitious yet a struggling writer Ajopa Ganguly, a Delhite in her twenties living with her parents. While she tries hard to get her work published but unfortunately had to face rejection but what I love about her is that she doesn’t sulk around but instead tries to take off her mind by indulging in different activities like making cupcakes or embroidering handkerchiefs.  And then she bumps into Aniket Verma, an Economics professor who is much older than her. There are so many possibilities & to know that you have to read it!

The plot is not that lovy-dovy & did appeal to me on some level. The language is very easy & with enjoyable witty parts. I have always loved sleek & clean covers but unfortunately I didn’t liked it’s color. It is surely a good read.

About the Author

A content writer and the author of an e-book for children, Aditi Bose is based in Delhi. She completed her MBA from the International Management Institute and is an alumna of Loreto House and St. Xaviers College. Hailing from a family of judges and lawyers, she is the first to pick up the pen. Stories her parents told her as a child and her passion for maintaining a personal diary and a travel journal inspired her to take up writing. You can join her by following her on Twitter (@aditi_bose) or liking her Facebook page (

Social media links –

·         Twitter- @aditi_bose
·         Facebook –
·         Blog URL -

Book can be purchased from –

·       Facebook book link -

This Review is a part of the Blogger Outreach Program by Read Out Loud in association with b00k r3vi3w Tours

1 comment:

  1. I felt like reading a journal when i read this book. I too agree with your rating.