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Love @ Facebook

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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.
207 pages
Published (first published June 4th 2011)
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Trust me, you don't want to waste time on this one. The review doesn't deserve more than 2 lines.
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...more
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 -...more
Mehvish Munshi
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...more
Dharan Jain
This book totally SUCKS!!!!!
I'm not one of those mediocre minds who will get to any conclusion and rate the book just after reading the back page. I have read the whole book and I must admit that the author does not only lack a good story line, but she also lacks a good sense of humor.
I don't think anyone should even attempt reading this book.
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...more
This is the worst book i have ever read....
Jan 18, 2014 Batul added it
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 :)
Ranu Das
While looking for a novel on love this Valentine's day I came across "love @ Facebook" by Nikita Singh. Before going into the book, I wondered about the title. It's catchy and obviously 'How apropos!' Love starts at MTV and ends up at Facebook. Vatsala being not an exception fell for look, body and humour of Ronit Oberoi who is a VJ.
When you read all the facebook chats, it just gives you the pleasure of reading your friends' inbox secretly. Really, it feels like chat.
I guess, author tried to say...more
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!!
Arun Sathiya
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.
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.
Rahul Prajapati
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.
Tushar Deep
jsst awesome...
grt wrk by a debutant... cant expect fr a better read..
Varun dua
was good in some parts but overall quite boring....should have given it a pass.....
Swati Agrawal
its completely different book form what i expected.. hats off to nikita ma'am
Rajasekhar Reddy
pretty boring stuff though d writing style z gud...
Divyanshi Mehrotra
okay okay type book a good time pass
Suraj Chaudhary
I took up this book after watching three three seasons of "the big bang theory" in two days, more so because I wanted to give myself rest from myself continuously staring at my laptop.A friend of mine gave it to me,and I read it through in one sitting.
The book is unexpectedly refreshing,the narration seems realistic,the only problem is that d storyline is predictable.
U always know what is coming up in d next chapter,but given this is was the first attempt of the author,it is understandable.
"Don't". Before you even think of grabbing a copy of yours ,say this to yourselves again. "Don't". This book is all about an egocentric girl. Life is too short to be wasting or even remotely thinking of doing things to know about/impress such people.
Dhwani Vyas
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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.
Sameer Chavan
good book. ok ok type.
Sadhvi Malli
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Akshita Jain
it was nice
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.
Arun Kumar
Jan 15, 2014 Arun Kumar is currently reading it
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Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of “Love @ Facebook” that released in May 2011.

Apart from being a prolific writer, she is also a voracious reader and has a deep interest in literature. She is doing her graduation in pharmacy. She is an expert in World History and has a special command on French Revolution.

At twenty, she is one of the youngest and most realistic writers in the country today....more
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