Sushil Pandit is a mechanical engineer. He is also an author of two bestselling novels. Now, he has everything in life, except for one crucial thing. Anjali, his love. Without her, he is just another ordinary guy, just a writer and engineer, with nothing to look forward to. Love is a blissful and everyone has to experience it once in a lifetime. Love makes life lively and also give a reason to live. There was a time when these two love birds were an example of two bodies, one soul. But a turning point in their lives sets them apart, with their soul still united and strong. Experience a roller coaster of emothions in this story. Find out how Sushil changed into a successful person from an ordinary boy.
‘You are the best Thing that happened to me’ revolves around the main character- Sushil Pandit, a mechanical engineer who is successful yet not satisfied in life because one important aspect of his life- His Love- His Anjali is missing from it. Without her he is left to be just an ordinary person with lack of enthusiasm in life. What is it that leads to their eternal love getting separated? Will their flower of love blossom again? Read the book to know.
The cover of the book is extremely attractive, also the long size makes it great to hold in hands. I was immediately hooken on to the plot after reading the prologue, it grabbed my attention. Although I did find some grammatical errors, but if we ignore it, the overall story is emotional and touches the heart. I almost felt as if I am watching a movie. This book has many sad moments too, like how Sushil is alone in his tough times. Also, The last few chapters were motivational.
Talking about the language, it is simple and easy to understand. Author tries to describe emotions, situations with honesty and conviction. You actually feel like you are part of the story.
Cover: 4/5 Stars
Plot: 3.5/ 5 Stars
Narration: 3.5/ 5 Stars
Entertainment: 4/ 5 Stars
Characterization: 3.5/ 5 Stars
TheLazyScoop Rating: ⭐⭐⭐🌟
Overall, You are the best thing that happened to me by Sushil Kumar Rana touches heart and also is relatable to every person who has gone through a heart break. It has flaws too, but offers good reading experience.