Book Review: Polite Pickup Lines in Indian Pubs by Varun Mannava


Plot : 3/5
Characters : 3/5
Writing : 3/5

Genre : Non-Fiction
Age Recommended : 15 yrs and up

*Goodreads Synopsis*

There must be countless conversations in pubs that people would carry along with them to their grave because they never mustered the courage to speak. That one girl you saw, that one line you wanted to say but you couldnโ€™t because you were shy or you had no clue how to start the conversation. That moment when you felt that the pub was not working in your favor. That moment when you thought of that one friend who could help you converse easily with the women you admired. Well your search for pub conversations ends here. Polite Pickup Lines in Indian Pubs: Scenario-based Conversations in Pubs aims to deliver the answers to all your questions about conversation starters, how to use the pub to your advantage, where to talk, where not to talk, how to talk, how not to talk, whom to talk, whom not to talk, why talk. This book helps you create scenarios where conversations are bound to happen.

My Thoughts:

I received a copy of the book for honest and unbiased review. As it is a non fiction book I had some doubts before reading it. When I started to read the book it seemed quite interesting. The book consists a number of tips which a person can use in Indian Pubs in order to create a good impression in front of others.ย  I really liked author’s sense of humor and the witty ideas he mentioned in his book.

Even though it was his first book Varun Mannava did a great job in bringing together every element in only 102 pages! Polite Pickup Lines in Indian Pubs is a non fiction book which can be really useful for the youth. As this is a non fiction which I read after a long time it took me time to get used to the ‘typical non fiction’ writing style.

Overall, Polite Pickup Lines in Indian Pubs is a very enjoyable read which the youth can thoroughly enjoy!

Tanishka Luhia

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