Title– Hey Dad! Meet my Mom
Authors– Sandeep Sharma and Leepi Agrawal
Publisher– Gargi Publishers
Number of Pages-160
Right since childhood, the world in which we live teaches us to bury our ‘bad’ past somewhere deep inside us and just move on. So deep, that even we can’t possibly dig it back out. What happens when a 10 year old child, who claims to be your future son, comes to you to help you find his mother, who’s your perfect match? What happens when you eventually start doubting his intentions? What happens when a girl starts turning your dreams into nightmares? What happens when your ‘future son’ starts haunting you? What happens when your FUTURE starts bleeding into your PRESENT through your PAST? ‘Hey Dad! Meet My Mom!!!’ is nothing less than a roller coaster ride of mystery, love, comedy, fear and suspense. So make sure you don’t forget to expect the unexpected!!
The cover is something that attracts readers the most. I mean before reading the blurb the cover is what any reader looks at and the cover of this book is really simple but it didn’t stand on to my expectations as it could have been better. The title is something that attracts more than the cover page indeed. It’s catchy and to be honest the title is what made me pick up this book.
So this book is about this guy named Puneet, a banker who falls in love with Myra, a customer to the bank he works in but being an introvert he couldn’t gather enough courage to approach her. Then comes this 10-year-old kid named Rishi who claims to be his future son which is totally astonishing thing for Puneet as he is unmarried. So here Rishi is someone who helps his dad to meet his mom and that’s why the title goes like hey dad! meet my mom.
Puneet is stunned by the dreams that turned into nightmares and that too about another woman whom he doesn’t know and that woman haunts him every day. It is like a puzzle between his dreams and reality. Well, that’s not the end.
When Puneet get to know that there’s something that his mother is hiding from him and that’s when the turn in the story comes and then enters a new character named Roshini. Who is Roshini and what was Puneet’s mother hiding from him?
Well, I’m not gonna reveal everything here, you have to buy yourself a copy to know more about what happened next.
The characters are woven really well and I loved the character of Rishi but there is something which is really not practical like how can a ten-year-old kid be this helpful. The intimate scene was irrelevant. I don’t really understand is it necessary to include that portion in every book? I mean every other book I read has some irrelevant sex scenes which really piss me off and it’s the biggest turn off for me as a reader. The narration was good but the editing and the language could have been better to make the book little bit more engaging.
Overall this book is a light read and you can read it in one go.
I would like to give it 2 stars out of 5.
H-A-P-P-Y R-E-A-D-I-N-G. :)