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“Call Me Saaya” Review

P1060453Hello Friends!

Last month I got an email from Kavya, from Keemiya Creatives, behalf of Zoe M, the writer of “Call Me Saaya“, requesting my review of this new release. So here I am to give my honest review of the book. Thank you for the eCopy of the book, in exchange for my review.


Call me SaayaShamsher Singh Rathore has it all. A job he loves and a life he lives every moment. Until an untimely call from home embroils him with a woman called Saaya who proceeds to turn his orderly world upside down!

The only interest Sayana Singh Rajput had in him was the prized Sheesh Haveli. She had never believed in love until destiny threw her this impossible challenge.

What do you do when all that you believed in turns out to be a lie?

Will Shamsher be able to save his world?

Will Sayana believe in love or will she allow avarice ruin it all?

What about Saaya?

What happens when desire meets destiny?

Set in idyllic Rajasthan, Call me Saaya is the story of two souls in pursuit for true love while destiny has other plans for them.


Authors Bio

Zoe M lives and works in Mumbai.

She feel in love with the written word at the age of sixteen. Her affair has only matured over the years as she read stories that captivated her. Now, she uses the magic of words to help her spin her own stories. Her love of reading was born when she read The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

Call Me Saaya is Zoe M’s debut novel. It is a romantic tour de force that weaves in and out of metros and a forgotten, quaint village in Rajasthan, revealing stories as it goes. The novel reflects the author’s love for the unexpected and is as engaging as she is.

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My review

P1060454Every time I read a first book by a ‘new-to-me’ author, especially when it’s a debut novel, I always find intriguing the author’s writing style. With “Call Me Saaya”, it was all new to me.

I haven’t read that many books set in India, and it’s always eye-opening. When I started this book, the first thing I notice wasn’t the cultural differences, it was the vivid descriptions the author was giving us. And that quality kept going through out the book. One of the aspects in this book I quite liked.

P1060457So, as I dived deeper into the set and plot, and as I got to know more the characters, I got to really understand their motivations and the storyline. I loved how real some moments looked like, literally ‘looked like’ because of the descriptions and the powerful feelings in the book.

It was a book about love, pain, revenge, hate, attraction, loyalty and family. It’s about two people and the life they live or want to live. It was exciting, unexpected, with action and suspense that gave this story a good pace, with the other subjects in the book.

That been said, the descriptions, the characters, the pace and the twist and turns… Those were some of my favorite aspects of the book. And I quite enjoyed how they were the foundation for the all plot, for the storyline to develop the way it did and for the events to happen and run it’s course. That’s why the concept of the story was so much interesting to me, it made it unique and not just a normal romance book that had some troubles along to way.

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