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In today’s world, everyone wants to be a Star! Having a normal, comfortable and content life simply isn’t enough anymore. With Facebook on a roll, the Stars get a superb platform to feel like Stars. What with all the fans going crazy for them at the social networking website! Vatsala Rathore, a nineteen-year-old, falls in love with Ronit Oberoi - who is a VJ and an upcomin In today’s world, everyone wants to be a Star! Having a normal, comfortable and content life simply isn’t enough anymore. With Facebook on a roll, the Stars get a superb platform to feel like Stars. What with all the fans going crazy for them at the social networking website! Vatsala Rathore, a nineteen-year-old, falls in love with Ronit Oberoi - who is a VJ and an upcoming actor - at Facebook. The crush, innocent at first, soon develops into love and promptly gets converted into obsession. How can it not, when the drop-dead-gorgeous Star reciprocates with equal interest? Ankit Rai, who masters the art of selflessness, has been besotted by Vatsala for four years now. But will Vatsala finally notice? Girls wait for their Prince Charmings all their life. Vatsala has two. Will she ever be able to decide who the one for her is?


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In today’s world, everyone wants to be a Star! Having a normal, comfortable and content life simply isn’t enough anymore. With Facebook on a roll, the Stars get a superb platform to feel like Stars. What with all the fans going crazy for them at the social networking website! Vatsala Rathore, a nineteen-year-old, falls in love with Ronit Oberoi - who is a VJ and an upcomin In today’s world, everyone wants to be a Star! Having a normal, comfortable and content life simply isn’t enough anymore. With Facebook on a roll, the Stars get a superb platform to feel like Stars. What with all the fans going crazy for them at the social networking website! Vatsala Rathore, a nineteen-year-old, falls in love with Ronit Oberoi - who is a VJ and an upcoming actor - at Facebook. The crush, innocent at first, soon develops into love and promptly gets converted into obsession. How can it not, when the drop-dead-gorgeous Star reciprocates with equal interest? Ankit Rai, who masters the art of selflessness, has been besotted by Vatsala for four years now. But will Vatsala finally notice? Girls wait for their Prince Charmings all their life. Vatsala has two. Will she ever be able to decide who the one for her is?

30 review for Love @ Facebook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mukesh

    Trust me, you don't want to waste time on this one. The review doesn't deserve more than 2 lines. Trust me, you don't want to waste time on this one. The review doesn't deserve more than 2 lines.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rikky Bhartia

    I read this book in just 2 days, and more the 2nd half of the book in a sitting in 3-4 hours, not because the story was too interesting not to be left in mid, but it was so boring that I wanted it to be over as soon as possible, so that I can move on to the next one, hoping it to be at least 4-5 times better and interesting then this. Coming to the book and the story, I can't understand how is it a bestseller first of all, I picked it up as I had read 'The Promise' and 'If it's not forever' from I read this book in just 2 days, and more the 2nd half of the book in a sitting in 3-4 hours, not because the story was too interesting not to be left in mid, but it was so boring that I wanted it to be over as soon as possible, so that I can move on to the next one, hoping it to be at least 4-5 times better and interesting then this. Coming to the book and the story, I can't understand how is it a bestseller first of all, I picked it up as I had read 'The Promise' and 'If it's not forever' from Nikita Singh, and they made me expect this one to be good too, but didn't seem to be the work of the same author at all, I must say she have improved a lot after this book. This is a shit in front of them, but then being an author myself with one book released, I know it feels bad when someone slams the book, for a first timer it was a nice attempt I must say, and may be in 2010 the plot could had been new, when facebook was to an extent new and people were freak about it, virtual world became as important as real world, and girls obviously are crazy for well built, smart and hot guys, and if especially he turns out to be a celeb or a star in making. The worst set back was the end was very predictable and clear after reading the first few pages only, The only beautiful part was Ankit's Proposal, and the way Vatsala realises her love for him and accepts it front of him, and the final slam to Ronit, but a very good fact that I liked at end was that 'One simply cannot be expected to pay a fan as much attention as I'd been execting from him. The amount of attention he had been paying was already too much to ask for. Yes this line was perfect, I being a new author and get new requests everyday from unknown expecting the same from me, though but ofcourse I am a no celeb or star and definitely not good looking, I also sometime feel people do expect a lot from unknowns. Which is ofcourse wrong. The best thing I liked is the importance shown towards famous and star personalities on social websites and the kind of craziness the girls have towards them if he is a guy and vice versa, the only reason being personal as I wish to get such importance for once in my life. All in all a very ordinary book, if you are a new reader you can read, but if you have some real quality books, I don't think you should pick up the book, as you will be disappointed.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Prity Malhotra

    *Love @ Facebook is one of the Most Inspiring Book I have ever read* Inspiring in the sense that if such Trash can be Published, then there are high chances of Indians with even average Story-telling skills to get their books published & be Best-selling Authors. So the Story starts with a Bored Vatsala skipping channels & coming across Ronit, a VJ on MTV who she is bestotted with. She starts stalking his profile,posting dozens off comments, Liking every pic of his until he notices her. Even after *Love @ Facebook is one of the Most Inspiring Book I have ever read* Inspiring in the sense that if such Trash can be Published, then there are high chances of Indians with even average Story-telling skills to get their books published & be Best-selling Authors. So the Story starts with a Bored Vatsala skipping channels & coming across Ronit, a VJ on MTV who she is bestotted with. She starts stalking his profile,posting dozens off comments, Liking every pic of his until he notices her. Even after having a huge fan base, Ronit chats with Vatsala still Vatsala makes him a Bad guy at the End, coz according to her, he is Super Busy & his Life doesn't revolve around her. Ankit, has a one-sided love with Vats & whose life revolves around Vats & at the End, the Author makes Ronit look like the Bad Guy just to make Ankit look Good. The Lead Characters Ankit,Ronit & Vats are one-dimentional & sound like Mills & Boons Caricatures. Ankit has a 6 pack,can dance & even is good with Studies. Vats is Beautiful, Charming etc etc while Ronit is a Meterosexual Supermodel with an 8 pack abs. The Climax appears very Fake where super sweet things happen, everything falls in their place blah blah blah. Imagine my Shock, reading this 1 dimentional Book after reading a Haruki Marukami.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suhasini Srihari

    A nice refreshing read! Nikita Singh tells us very narratively & points out how we have been addicted to the massive social networking site, 'Facebook'. We have taken up facebook as an important aspect of life, we pay heed to those comments (read: which may not be even true) by unknown people; this has made us communicate in the virtual world better but when it comes to reality, we fail! 'Love @ Facebook' is one such book which deals with a love story happened on mere social networking! This boo A nice refreshing read! Nikita Singh tells us very narratively & points out how we have been addicted to the massive social networking site, 'Facebook'. We have taken up facebook as an important aspect of life, we pay heed to those comments (read: which may not be even true) by unknown people; this has made us communicate in the virtual world better but when it comes to reality, we fail! 'Love @ Facebook' is one such book which deals with a love story happened on mere social networking! This book is a nice read for light reading, the language is simple & is continuous.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vikas

    Does FB have a Dislike button? That would have been my choice :) Don't get me wrong - But may be I am not of the age to read this genre now. Hopefully the Gen Y or what ever Gen is currently named; surely would have liked it. Admired the storyline; maybe the chat scripts kinda narration was what put me off. Kudo's though to Nikita to write on the social network trend and knitting the people aspect in it. Characters are limited and that is the beauty of the story. Though I did not totally like it - Does FB have a Dislike button? That would have been my choice :) Don't get me wrong - But may be I am not of the age to read this genre now. Hopefully the Gen Y or what ever Gen is currently named; surely would have liked it. Admired the storyline; maybe the chat scripts kinda narration was what put me off. Kudo's though to Nikita to write on the social network trend and knitting the people aspect in it. Characters are limited and that is the beauty of the story. Though I did not totally like it - have high hopes from the Author.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bookishbong Moumita

    Love @ Facebook (FIC) By Nikita Singh About the Author Nikhita Singh is a 22-year old bestselling author who already has six novels to her credit. Having been born in Patna, she grew up in Indore and completed her university education in Pharmacology. Her other books include Someone Like You, The Promise, The Unreasonable Fellows and Accidentally in Love. Passionate about reading and cricket, she was also the recipient of the Live India Young Achievers award in 2013. About the book :     This book w Love @ Facebook (FIC) By Nikita Singh About the Author Nikhita Singh is a 22-year old bestselling author who already has six novels to her credit. Having been born in Patna, she grew up in Indore and completed her university education in Pharmacology. Her other books include Someone Like You, The Promise, The Unreasonable Fellows and Accidentally in Love. Passionate about reading and cricket, she was also the recipient of the Live India Young Achievers award in 2013. About the book :     This book was published by Cedar Books in 2011 as a paperback.This is a love story . The charecter Vatsala who finds Ronit's Facebook profile and stalks it . Soon she falls for Him . Ronit is a famous Vj , popular among in youths for his creativity and outlook . But the love story take a new dimension with Ankit . Ankit is an altruistic youngster . He has a secret feelings for Vatsala from Last  four years . My views : The book is an classic love triangle . Author Nikita Singh has  come with some bestselling books. Most of her writings are from romance genre . This one is also from that . The story is totally relatable with current situation of everyone of us . We all are highly influenced and obsessed with social media . This book Love @ Facebook (FIC)  gives us a hint , how a fairy tale love story  also can be found here  . Why you need to pick this book up 1. Easy English . Perfect for a beginner 2. Fast paced 3. Characters are well built . 4.Perfect for a romantic lover This is a perfect read for a heavy day ! I want to give it 4/5

  7. 5 out of 5

    Batul

    I really don't know what to rate this book. A friend of mine tells me, "I don't like reading Indian authors." I never really understood her until now. It's going to be a while till I pick up a book by an Indian author next. So I'll just leave the review of the book at that :) I really don't know what to rate this book. A friend of mine tells me, "I don't like reading Indian authors." I never really understood her until now. It's going to be a while till I pick up a book by an Indian author next. So I'll just leave the review of the book at that :)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mehvish

    It all started with a button called "friend request"...a girl who out of boredom flips channels on a saturday evening where she lands on a random tv show on MTV , where a dashing young man is hosting the show. Her curiosity leads her to stalk him on Facebook where she eventually sends him a friend request. Cliche ,and overly -exaggerated are the words which describe this book. The author portrays a young teenager who is confused about her feelings about whom she loves , the friend who has been t It all started with a button called "friend request"...a girl who out of boredom flips channels on a saturday evening where she lands on a random tv show on MTV , where a dashing young man is hosting the show. Her curiosity leads her to stalk him on Facebook where she eventually sends him a friend request. Cliche ,and overly -exaggerated are the words which describe this book. The author portrays a young teenager who is confused about her feelings about whom she loves , the friend who has been there all the time for her or the handsome VJ she met through Facebook. She has been fascinated by the fact that the VJ talks to her and comments on her pictures even though he's a huge celebrity . Stalking him leads to infatuation and being infatuated by him leads to being addicted with him. At the end the she finally realizes who is right for her . This book is not for people who aren't patient , this books gives exaggerated details and bores the reader with the protagonists love life and college life. In conclusion , the author did a mediocre job on helping us understand the protagonists dilemma. In my point of view the author did a good job depicting India from a NRI's point of view , as she shared the same understanding of bollywood and indian soap operas as me . Actual rating : 2.5 stars

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amith Ghosh

    seriously.... I want to know, how, in the name of the lord, can she claim herself to be the best seller..... if you are fed up with your life and has nothing to do with your existence...... if you want to put an end to your intellectuality..... if you want to develop an immense hatred towards Indian literature...... just pick up this book. ... all assured that you won't take more than 4 to 5 hours to finish it up .... a girl develops a crush on a vj, who is absolutely handsome and hot with a leas seriously.... I want to know, how, in the name of the lord, can she claim herself to be the best seller..... if you are fed up with your life and has nothing to do with your existence...... if you want to put an end to your intellectuality..... if you want to develop an immense hatred towards Indian literature...... just pick up this book. ... all assured that you won't take more than 4 to 5 hours to finish it up .... a girl develops a crush on a vj, who is absolutely handsome and hot with a least doubt of being sexy...... their chat goes on.... on the other hand, a boy, her childhood friend develops a crush on her and one fine day, he openly expresses his love with a result of an answer "no.". now the crap repeats, the same history continues... the heroine comes to know her mistake and gets back to her childhood lover...... if any reader can be able to find a little story greater than this, I will bow to him/her... but let me confess it is not at least worth reading... unless you deliberately want to torture your mind with hair scratches and face palms....

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tania Roy

    Language is crispy. Narration is witty. Chapter presentation is interesting. Only the story needed little depth. ...but then I feel, many confused (in love) teenagers will be able to connect with some incidents of the story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rahul

    Nice book and I like the ending part most, when Vatsala is waitin for Ankit to come and when she propose...... Awesome feeling it was.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rajasekhar Reddy

    pretty boring stuff though d writing style z gud...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Prachi Jain

    It's just a nice book and a one time read....makes us realise our addiction to technology and FB's and Twitter's in today's time. One time read. It's just a nice book and a one time read....makes us realise our addiction to technology and FB's and Twitter's in today's time. One time read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Divyanshi Mehrotra

    okay okay type book a good time pass

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sandeep Pawar

    When you were busy in your life, this is what teenagers did on Facebook!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rahi

    A typical cliche. An immature attempt to showcase the love story. A teenage infatuation, not recommended for mature, adults.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nidhi Kanojia

    Love @ Facebook is an easy read. A simple story of a college going girl who is caught up between her feelings for her best friend and a celebrity she befriended (so she thinks) on Facebook. Everybody has crushes- the hot movie star, the cute TV guy, RJ with an enchanting voice, next door neighbour. But they always remain that... crushes... rarely it goes to a different level altogether. The protagonist Vatsala is a regular girl with whom one can connect instantaneously as we have gone through sim Love @ Facebook is an easy read. A simple story of a college going girl who is caught up between her feelings for her best friend and a celebrity she befriended (so she thinks) on Facebook. Everybody has crushes- the hot movie star, the cute TV guy, RJ with an enchanting voice, next door neighbour. But they always remain that... crushes... rarely it goes to a different level altogether. The protagonist Vatsala is a regular girl with whom one can connect instantaneously as we have gone through similar stuff in all those growing up years. You tend to think how silly can she be, or maybe she should have done this, or awww....I would have done the same. In a span of 5 months, Vats lets us see her thoughts, her relationships, her fear, her silliness and her eternal hunger pangs (:P). The ending is the one I love- Happy (ever after). :) :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nita

    I wish I could give negative stars. OH MY GOD. THIS IS SO BAD I FEEL THE NEED TO TYPE IN FUCKING CAPITALS. The prose. Oh God, the prose. The story. The characters. There isn't a thing which can't be disliked about this book. The narration sounds like it's being done by an eleven year old, the protagonist is as immature as a five year old and lacking in depth as a thousand Bella Swans put together. Even the first two sentences of the book are so putting off. I'm seriously concerned about the fate of I wish I could give negative stars. OH MY GOD. THIS IS SO BAD I FEEL THE NEED TO TYPE IN FUCKING CAPITALS. The prose. Oh God, the prose. The story. The characters. There isn't a thing which can't be disliked about this book. The narration sounds like it's being done by an eleven year old, the protagonist is as immature as a five year old and lacking in depth as a thousand Bella Swans put together. Even the first two sentences of the book are so putting off. I'm seriously concerned about the fate of India. How did this shit even get published? I just can't even. It will suffice to say that this book is one of the worst I've ever read. Oh no, scratch that. The worst I've ever read. The only reason I bothered to finish it was probably because I wanted to see how bad a book can get. Or just to find something to rant about. Now excuse me while I go kill myself.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anish Ghosh

    Firstly, for those who wants to read "accidently in love" and "[email protected]", I will definitely ask them to read "[email protected]" first and then "accidently in love". '[email protected]" is like part I and "accidently in love" is the continuation. Now coming to the book ---- A very simple story of a girl named Vatsala, her life, her relationship, all the ups and downs she faces. Vatsala falls in love with a guy named Ronit, a celebrity. Whereas, her long time friend, who always stays with her during Firstly, for those who wants to read "accidently in love" and "[email protected]", I will definitely ask them to read "[email protected]" first and then "accidently in love". '[email protected]" is like part I and "accidently in love" is the continuation. Now coming to the book ---- A very simple story of a girl named Vatsala, her life, her relationship, all the ups and downs she faces. Vatsala falls in love with a guy named Ronit, a celebrity. Whereas, her long time friend, who always stays with her during her ups and downs named Ankit, fall in love with her. He confesses, but she rejects him saying she is already in love with someone else. After numerous chats with Ronit, she realises he is not the type of guy, she was looking for. And after realises she cannot stay with him any longer, she came back to her senses. She decided to confess her love for Ankit. And everything came back to normal.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anmol Sachdeva

    it's more like 2.5/5, but on the lower end because the plus 0.5 is because she wrote it in college when she was 19. Now getting to the story, it was very quick read but the plot was so childish and unnecessary, and didn't demand putting effort into it. A love triangle with almost zero input from one of the three, seemed a lame idea to me and so it didn't help me have fun. Vatsala the protagonist had a nice touch to her character, being all stubborn and her transformation was good to see.That's al it's more like 2.5/5, but on the lower end because the plus 0.5 is because she wrote it in college when she was 19. Now getting to the story, it was very quick read but the plot was so childish and unnecessary, and didn't demand putting effort into it. A love triangle with almost zero input from one of the three, seemed a lame idea to me and so it didn't help me have fun. Vatsala the protagonist had a nice touch to her character, being all stubborn and her transformation was good to see.That's all...

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gunjan

    This is not a book...this is a marvellous tool to judge people. I know its a sin to judge people. But yes...go ahead judge few creatures. ..your life will be better.. so the book review... if someone says that s/he even likes this book. Walk away.. If someone in your life says that s/he loves this book..just give yourself time to think that what is wrong with you that you even know someone like this. Change yourself.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shaktim Dutta

    the story is good....written from a girl's perspective of the people/boys around her. The best parts are the FB chats and 'her' nuances. Bitchiness at its best at some parts of the book..!! Read it for its refreshingly different writing and an insider's view into the mind of the fairer sex....enjoy!! the story is good....written from a girl's perspective of the people/boys around her. The best parts are the FB chats and 'her' nuances. Bitchiness at its best at some parts of the book..!! Read it for its refreshingly different writing and an insider's view into the mind of the fairer sex....enjoy!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Saurabh

    This is Author's first book published. It clearly portrays mind of a young girl looking for love in facebook, and going away from reality. Story line is not very interesting. However the writing style of the author is good and made me finish the book in 1 day. Recommended for young readers only. This is Author's first book published. It clearly portrays mind of a young girl looking for love in facebook, and going away from reality. Story line is not very interesting. However the writing style of the author is good and made me finish the book in 1 day. Recommended for young readers only.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dina Riadh

    Its the very first time I ever read for Nikita Singh and its the second novel I ever read in Indian literature as it its obvious from the title it talks about how we become so obsessed with social media that we do not enjoy real life or notice the people around us.. it was OK I kind like it . my rating 2 and a half star

  25. 5 out of 5

    Pramod Verma

    First of all a huge clap for this author as she dared to pen down a novel only at ninteen. This is the story of a girl who fell in love with a VJ on Facebook. The author has used the words and literature skillfully. However, you may not find the story very compelling. The lack of experience is evident.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Neha

    To me, the author as well as the protagonist...both seemed to have a severe attitude problem...!! Not my kind !! After all..i am a "girly girl kind" and don't like her "types". But I anyways appreciate the fact that the author girl is doing so well as a writer in small age..kudos ! Best wishes. To me, the author as well as the protagonist...both seemed to have a severe attitude problem...!! Not my kind !! After all..i am a "girly girl kind" and don't like her "types". But I anyways appreciate the fact that the author girl is doing so well as a writer in small age..kudos ! Best wishes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kumar

    The book definitely has some nice moments and teens will like it more (What was I doing, reading it!) A timepass read but considering the age and first attempt of the pretty author, it is a decent work and she can prove herself in coming years.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Meghant Parmar

    Its her debut novel and it doesnt goes down too well with all that internet conversations. Its a regular love story and half of the time things happen in dream world which makes it a very average story in the end.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Arun

    Awesome story telling skills. Nikita has done a perfect job. Though this isn't her own story, she DOES HAVE the ability to independent thinking. Awesome. :-) A must read for fans who love romance and Facebook combo. Awesome story telling skills. Nikita has done a perfect job. Though this isn't her own story, she DOES HAVE the ability to independent thinking. Awesome. :-) A must read for fans who love romance and Facebook combo.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mehek Bassi

    Typically expected story, and nothing new, besides those old cliched stuff. Chapters are more like chats and the plot is weak at places. Characterization is also not exceptionally good, and somehow, it fails to drag the reader's attention. Typically expected story, and nothing new, besides those old cliched stuff. Chapters are more like chats and the plot is weak at places. Characterization is also not exceptionally good, and somehow, it fails to drag the reader's attention.

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