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Book review: "This Can't be Happening!" by Neha Singh
The novel "This Can't be Happening!" is an excellent work of popular fiction written in interesting way that appeals to any person who has the working knowledge of English. The book absorbs you completely with its plot, characters and storyline by building up anticipation about 'what next'.

The author of the book, Dr. Neha Singh, is a biotechnologist by education and training, who had been writing right from her childhood, has captured the imaginations, emotions and moods of modern youth along their aspirations in the plot by creating rich imagery.

Even the opening of the plot is very unusual and urges to you read on. The main character of the plot, a female research student, vividly takes you through various hues of modern life and makes you feel the pangs associated with them. This creates a special appeal for a reader, as did for me, despite the fact I am a busy academician and read the book in pieces, every time I read a few pages at night, the next day some of the images stayed in my 'grey cells' to connect to the next piece of the reading.

However, the book published by the White Falcon Publishing, was read by my wife in three days who termed it 'very captivating' written in language style, which can connect to modern youth and their 'lingo'. She was specially struck by the poetry that punctuated the text and added colour to it as a part of the persona of the central character of the fictional work.

It won't be appropriate to reveal the storyline of the novel since real joy is to read through and journey your thoughts and imagination with the characters of the book. The book in the paperback format is worth reading and I would recommend it as a 'good read' for the modern youth which would not only absorb them but will also educate them.

I think, with her maiden novel, Neha Singh seems to have created a wave and shown the signs of a budding popular fiction writer.

Grab a copy of Neha Singh's scintillating maiden fictional work; you will really experience 'the taste of pudding lies in its eating'.

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