The Guardian Angels

The Guardian Angels The Guardian Angels is the epic and tumultuous story of two star crossed lovers who weren t just soul mates but were also each other s protectors The fates of Adi Mehta and Radha Deodhar are deeply en

  • Title: The Guardian Angels
  • Author: Rohit Gore
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  • Page: 188
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  • The Guardian Angels is the epic and tumultuous story of two star crossed lovers who weren t just soul mates but were also each other s protectors The fates of Adi Mehta and Radha Deodhar are deeply entwined when within days of their first rendezvous they save each other s lives.Despite their vast sociopolitical differences, they are drawn to an uncertain future fraught wiThe Guardian Angels is the epic and tumultuous story of two star crossed lovers who weren t just soul mates but were also each other s protectors The fates of Adi Mehta and Radha Deodhar are deeply entwined when within days of their first rendezvous they save each other s lives.Despite their vast sociopolitical differences, they are drawn to an uncertain future fraught with contrasting ambitions, personas and ideologies he is the son of a billionaire, she is the daughter of a socialist he is quiet and unassuming, she is a firebrand and spirited.However, the unexplained phenomena ties them forever whenever they are in peril, they are each other s only saviors.Over the following two decades Adi and Radha live through hope and despair, joy and sadness, and try to decipher their relationship As the truth of their bond is revealed, they must confront the true nature of love, and ultimately, their destinies Rohit Gore s narrative is smooth and vivid THE TIMES OF INDIA

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  • Rohit Gore

    Rohit Gore grew up in a number of towns in India At various times in his childhood, he wanted to be a theatre actor, an architect and a bookshop owner After his engineering degree, he was based in Mumbai An MBA from S P Jain Institute followed and since then he is in the IT industry for than a decade and a half He loves sports, specifically the discussing and watching part of it, since the playing days are long gone He has travelled a lot a consequence of living in Mumbai and London His greatest passion is reading and it inspired him to write He is a frequent contributor to many online writing forums and wishes there were writing groups.He currently lives in Pune , a wonderfully vibrant city He has a keen interest in history, especially the history of music and arts One of the things he would like to get better at is photography.

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  • Twelve year old, Aditya Mehta was being bullied on a daily basis by other kids at his school, but he didn't know how to stop it from happening. That was until, Radha Deodhar came to his rescue one day. It wasn't what Radha did to the bullies, but what she said that stopped them in their tracks. A few days later the bullies return, but this time they have, Radha in their sights and what happens next has, Radha fighting for her life. It is was from this day on that, Adi and Radha would start to fo [...]


  • Recommended by friends. 4★s'If I had a flower for every time Ithought of you I could walkthrough my garden forever.'-Alfred Tennyson"Their fingers were tightly entwined, as if trying to touch something deeper in each other."DEEPLY AFFECTING.It is impossible for me to review this story from a technical or critical point of view because to my mind it transcends those realms.Its value is relative to the individual reader. I gave it a star rating, not out of a need to judge it, but rather, not t [...]


  • As a book reviewer I am supposed to pen down the thoughts that emerge in my mind while reading a novel, whether it is deep or shallow. It’s my responsibility to throw light on the canvas that the authors have created and provide my opinions. However, when your mind goes numb, and words desert you, what can you say?The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore is one such novel that doesn’t give me the luxury of constructing full grown sentences to voice my thoughts. It doesn’t allow me to vent out the [...]


  • pebbleinthestillwatersspoBook Review: The Guardian Angels: A Must Read Love Story That Goes Beyond LoveRohit Gore is a brilliant writer with lots of clarity in his mind the way he takes care of all aspects of writing - story, conceptualization, characterization, streaming, and so on. The Guardian Angels is fourth book written by Rohit Gore. His earlier books have been well acclaimed with each book adding more fanfare and readers to the extent of manifold. His third book Circle of Three was a kin [...]


  • One and a half months ago I decided not to read thrillers for a while . Before this book I picked a book (a highly acclaimed award winning book) and ended up with a horrible experience , and to be very honest I was very skeptical about this book also . But later decided to read it . "The Guardian Angels" by Rohit Gore is completely a worthy read . The story of two persons and their interwoven lives even though belonging from different classes of society and even having stark contradicting ideolo [...]


  • 4 out of 5 angelic stars!!*Read After Author's kind request for an honest review!*To tell you the truth I could not understand from the very first moment how the title connected with the story. But after reading the book I realized that the title is indeed a very suitable one.The story basically follows Adi and Radha, when they were really young. After an incident when Radha saved Adi's life, the two youngsters became inseparable."But my heart knows it would be happiest when I would meet him, wh [...]


  • Okay, so first confession time: I don't like books by Indian authors. I hate Chetan Bhagat books with a fiery passion and I DNFed The Immortals of Meluha. All the authors seem capable of are cheesy lines, haywire stories, flat characters and all in all, lackluster stuff, which fails to impress big time. So, I was skeptical to start The Guardian Angels in the beginning, what with all of my past experiences with these books. I hadn't read any other books by the author previously and didn't know wh [...]


  • My View .Before moving further with my views, I want to reveal that I have read this novel twice.Moving on, I don’t usually read a novel based on a love story. If ever I want to read one, I always pick a Ruskin Bond because according to me he is the only author who can write love stories beautiful and filled with pure emotions. But I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore in the same way as I used to feel for Ruskin Bond’s books. The story has a depth an [...]


  • It's an epic love saga which can be remembered for a lifetime. The author has left no stone unturned in order to capture the best emotions and portray the love and sacrifice of two people who are in love but yet so far from each other. They experience each and every emotion and their journey is not easy as it seems to be from a distance. They'll love, they'll fight, they'll despise, they'll be back again to each other as a invisible bond works its way for both of them everytime they drift apart [...]


  • When this sweet girl asked me whether I would like to review a book, my first reaction was, "why not? anything for a free book." To be honest, I did not expect much and the book blurb seemed like a typical boy meets girl, in true Bollywood style,he is the son of a billionaire,she is the daughter of a socialisthe is quiet and unassuming,she is firebrand and spirited.After the first two chapters, it was as if my skepticism had been proven right. Aditya Mehta, son of multi billionaire industrialist [...]


  • My Review: When I began reading the novel, I was initially skeptical about it, just like I have this preconceived notion that Indian writers, in a dire attempt to receive agreement from a wide readership design plots that cater out to the archetypal Indian mentalities. But as I became more and more engrossed and a part of the novel, I realized soon that it IS addictive, because it deals with the intricacies of human relationships and other such fundamental issues, just as universal as life itsel [...]


  • Year 2053:I peer through my glasses and find my 68-year old eyes a lot less reliable than I had hoped for. But my grandchildren Rahel and Vaarish are there unmistakably, sitting uptight on the sofa and fiddling with a couple of gadgets. I call them to my side.“When was the last time you read a book, dear,” I asked.“We have thousands of books in our tablet, grandpa,” Rahel responded innocently.“But have you even read fifty out of them,” I smiled. “Let me tell you about a book which [...]


  • I had a lot of expectations from the book. I am happy to report that they were fulfilled. This is a book with a heart. You get immersed in the story and share the joys, anxieties and the pain of the protagonists as you read on. Rohit Gore writes with the ease of a veteran and succeeds in holding your attention throughout the lengthy tale of two completely dissimilar persons tied through bonds of friendship, empathy, love and twists of destiny that lead to both repeatedly helping and protecting e [...]


  • In my past experiences, most Indian English fiction authors tend to go the Chetan Bhagat way. Pick up a trendy subject like IITs, Call Centers, Cricket and add the friendship and romance around it, making a good idea for a Bollywood script.This book has Cricket, friendship and romance but it also has socialist vs capitalist idealogies, a balanced treatment of friendship and love, but the most surprising part was the hold that author had on the story all through the book. There were many moments [...]


  • “The Guardian Angels” was truly a beautiful book by Rohit Gore. The story is about two star crossed lovers Adi and Radha, from the days of their childhood-the moment they met, to their teenage years-when they actually start to understand each other, to their adulthood -when they finally come to know what they really are for each other, was an interesting and emotional journey and worth the read for me. Apart from the story, the format which author has used to show both protagonist POV was ve [...]


  • Look at that cover, I love it. It entices you to open it and see what is inside.I loved the blurb too. This is the only secound book I have read by and Indian author. I had a struggle with the one I read before, but not so much this one.It was well written, I took a while to get into Rohit Gore's style of writing, I might be a translation thing or creed? not sure which, but I had a hard time following what was going on from POV as it wasn't clear in the book.I feel quite alone saying this as I h [...]


  • Once I said “It’s tough to leave something when you are at peak of it.”No one actually got what I meant, but it was what I did. I left book reviews at times when people started appreciating it. Sometimes life decides the priorities that we failed to. I still get a lot of book review requests, but all I can do is politely say ‘No’ and suggest some other book reviewers. It’s amazing how people remember you for things that made someone else hate yo.It’s been a long time when I last lo [...]


  • The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore Book review 10/3/2014***** 5 starsI first would love to give Rohit Gore around of applause. This book is truly amazing. And I am so honored and truly grateful that Rohit Gore had asked me to read his breath taking book.I know I toke long to read this book, but now that I have finished this book I am greatly sadden that I have finished it LBut I truly truly love this book it is now one of my favorite books ever that I can reread over and over . This is a must hav [...]


  • By Rohit Gore. Grade: AThe day I came to know that Rohit Gore, the amazing author of the amazing book Circle of Three, is coming out with another book in July, I was more than excited. Circle of Three was one of those rare gems in Indian market that deserved all the praise and applause it was getting. I was sure The Guardian Angels would be awesome. I was right.Our protagonists, Aditya and Radha are the opposite of each other. Aditya Mehta is the son of one of the country’s richest man, and Ra [...]


  • I should admit that Mr. Rohit Gore has done magic with the back blurb and cover design of this book. The blurb is amazingly written which gives you enough hints for a yet another different love story. The title and the cover design go hand in hand which caught my eyes at the very first sight. The paper quality of Grapevine India has not been very convincing in recent times but this book has got a better paper quality and the best of all is its price, a 328 pages novel for just Rs.125/- It’s ti [...]


  • About the story: When 12 year old Aditya Mehta’s life is in danger due to a scuffle with three bullies from his school, it is the fearless Radha Deodhar, the new girl in school, who comes to save his life. Few days later when the same bullies target Radha and almost kills her in a bid to have their revenge, it is Adi who comes to rescue her. That one moment binds Adi’s and Radha’s fates everlastingly. It takes them more than 2 decades to decipher their relationship, for they are definitely [...]


  • One look at the book and you realize that the book at 328 pages is a steal at 125/- Kudos to Grapevine for providing such a reasonably priced book.The book is divided into four parts and traces the lives of the two protagonists, Aditya Mehta and Radha Deodhar, during their childhood, their teens, their twenties and their thirties. The title describes their relationship well. Even when they sometimes lose touch with each other in their friendship that spans several years due to their various comm [...]


  • The blurb of The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore hints at a paranormal theme of soulmates who are destined to protect each other. Though the psychic nature of the connection between the two main protagonists is never openly described, it comes through as part of the story, through each of the four parts of the book. The Guardian Angels is the story of Aditya Mehta and Radha Deodhar, and narrates the events that bind their lives together from their teenage years to their thirties. In what seems to [...]


  • Foreword:I have come across many reviews rating this book a perfect-ten. I thought it was just another over-rated book. If some reviews rated it ten outta ten, it might be over-rated. If all the reviews rated it ten? Well, there is little chance it is over-rated. So I read a couple of reviews of this book (which is quite rare of me), reviewed by some of my most-trusted reviewers and settled upon that it was indeed a great book.When I noticed this book up for a giveaway on TheTalesPensieve, I app [...]


  • The Guardian Angels narrates the story of the bond between Aditya Mehta and Radha Deodhar. They met as teenagers and continued to strengthen their bond over the next two decades. Love and friendship binds their fate together in such a way that over the years, instead of drifting apart, they only grow closer and closer. Their backgrounds are pole opposites just like them – yet it was their unspoken bond that saw them through each ups and downs of their lives.In one sentence, this book tells the [...]


  • I was super excited to read The Guardian Angels since the first moment I saw the cover and read the summary of the book. Starcrossed lovers? Count me in! I love forbidden romances of any and all kinds and Aditya and Radha's story seemed to fit in perfectly. I really enjoyed reading The Guardian Angels but I cannot say that it left me satisfied at the end.Adi Mehta is the son of a billionaire. He has always been an outcast because of his social status. Adding to that is his shy nature which makes [...]


  • If you are a lover of a dramatic love story, here you go. Rohit Gore brings to you the story of Aditya Mehta and Radhika Deodhar. Adi or Aditya is the poor child of a rich man and Radhika the daughter of a union leader. The story spins through two decades. Gore credibly takes the reader through some predictable and some unpredictable plots, but not through one dull moment.Adi is the silent and somber one and Radika the outspoken firebrand idealist. You can very well smell the chemistry between t [...]


  • In a novel that questions the nature of love, author Rohit Gore transports readers to the modern-day India where our friends and neighbors might have grown up. Rich kid Adi and poor girl Radha meet, and find their lives unexpectedly intertwining around those broken dreams of childhood. But children grow, together and apart, and love is an unintended, unexpected thing in this surprisingly absorbing tale.The novel is told through Adi’s quietly analytical eyes, with the benefit of Radha’s journ [...]


  • The book begins with how Adi and Radha become friends when they were twelve years old due to a bullying incident which changes their lives forever. Right from the get go, both of them feel a unique connection with each other and even at that young age realize that this was just not friendship. As time goes by and as they get to know each others’ lives better, they clearly see that they populate entirely different universes. But fate and coincidences manage to conspire in a manner in which thei [...]


  • This is a very emotional story of two characters, Aditya Mehta and Radha Deodhar, their lives both together and apart from each other, starting from their first meeting in school, in the seventh grade, to the early thirties. It is a journey through their days, their years, their dreams and aspirations, their successes and big losses. From their preteen days their fates are entwined together, making them almost inseparable, and the numerous tragedies have drawn them nearer to each other. Their bo [...]


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