How low will you stoop to fulfil your dreams? Jeet Roy, a college Casanova, has published a book by unfair means. All he wants is to earn loads of money and have hot girls chase after him wherever he goes! Rohit Sehdev, a one-book-old popular fiction writer is furious when he finds out that his publisher has cheated him out of his royalties. Karun Ahuja is a highly ambitious schoolboy who wants to win the heart his lady love by writing a novel about it and he doesn’t mind playing dirty to get to the top.

Ruthlessly exploiting these ambitious young men is their unscrupulous publisher. Sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, Paperback Dreams is the story of a new breed of young writers who will do anything to get famous, fast.


Rahul Saini is the bestselling author of three hugely popular novels: Those Small Lil Things, Just Like in the Movies and The Orange Hangover. His books have strong comic tones and present up-beat stories that portray the fun-loving, free-spirited and outgoing character of today’s Indian youth. Formerly an architect, he has a keen interest in photography, filmmaking and fine arts. From the small Punjabi town of Jalandhar he is a high-spirited young man who spends much of his time travelling, mostly in parts of Himachal Pradesh. He loves to spend time with his family and friends. Currently he serves as a visiting faculty member for an art and design program at a prestigious university in India. He takes active interest in the wellness of his students.



“Paperback Dreams” is totally an amazing book by Rahul Saini. The blurb of the book was quite interesting and totally describes the truth. The book contains story of three writers who got published from the same publisher. Meet Oberoi, Rohit Sachdev and Karin Mukharjee are the main characters of the novel. Rohit, who apart from being a writer also joins the job of assistant professor. Rohit is being cheated by his publisher. He is not paid the real royalties, he earn for his book. Rohit’s girlfriend Nisha explains him to fight with the publisher and confront him or atleast write a mail to him. Nisha’s point of view sounds negative but she is quite practical in her life. Rahul has very well showed the real scenario of what is happening in today’s world. Rohit was a very honest and hard working guy. Karun was the guy like most of the people of today’s time. Two side face are so common in today’s time. Jeet and 
Neeti were another set of writers whose event were almost covered everywhere. They both were the famous one. Rohit’s most ill mannered student on the first day became his roommate and proved to be the best thing in his life. In short, the book was quite an interesting read with realities as we see around. The language was easy and one would not get bored for sure. The only suggestions to the people reading this review that if you have both the books of Rahul’s Saini i.e Paperback Dreams and Just For You prefer reading Paperback Dreams first. 

RATING : 3/5



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