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Love in Chelsea: Sex, Lies and Debauchery by [Meghani, Alykhan]
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About the Author

Alykhan Meghani is a thirty-three year old entrepreneur. He holds an MBA in Finance and a bachelors degree in Chemistry. LOVE IN CHELSEA is the culmination of a year of hard work and is his first novel.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1501 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ED0K4TA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #363,411 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A couple of weeks ago, I was asked by Alykhan Meghani to review his debut novel, Love in Chelsea. The book mirrors closely on its influence, Made in Chelsea's relationships, friendships and of course the dramas that follow but with a hint of British-Asian aroma. Everyone is aware of my love for British-Asian literature and its significance to society, so it is with pleasure I accepted to review this thrilling read.

Not being an avid Made in Chelsea fan myself, I was sceptical about how the novel would come across. Though to my surprise I was compelled by the novel's gripping scenes of love, passion, secrecy and emotions. Meghani immerses you into the world of Aidan Khan, a down to earth, young ambitious Londoner, who sets eyes on a stunning Chelsea beauty. Though he becomes blinded by Sara Varsi's attractiveness and charming persona, he quickly finds himself in a continuous spiral of her lies and uncanny deceit.

Meghani presents the idea of relationships and taboo evidently through Sara's character, who fears of her disownment from her family should they find out about her relationship with Aidan. Whereas Aidan on the other hand brings forward the more modern outlook of Asian families, his mother being open about relationships with her son, and often the only character Aidan can confide in. Meghani highlights the differences of modern and traditional views about relationships in the British-Asian society and the issues that this can create.

Sara's character is introduced in the novel as almost the complete opposite of what we later learn about her. "The bags under her almond shaped eyes...
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Stars are meaningless. Just read the review and decide. Forget stars.

I am very much a reader. This year, my goal is to read all of the Pulitzer Fiction prize winners since prize inception. Last year, my goal was to read 200 books - I ended up reading 214, while in law school! I pride myself on offering honest, no nonsense reviews. Given all that and how many books I read and have read (probably over the 28 years of my life around 6000 books?), I feel I am in the unique position to offer candid book reviews. In fact, I insist upon it.

Love in Chelsea: This is a good book. It's hard to write a review or to have agreed to write a review for a book I thought I'd hate. I dislike love stories generally, and the title of this piece of fiction made me think of it as such. It's more than a love story though, and that's part of what makes it good. It's a story that a lot of people can relate to. There are concepts of deception, of naivety, of sheer foolishness and then of love. This didn't turn out as one of those sappy love stories I despise. For that, I was thankful.

The characters are very real. There's no fabulous macho man who saves the world. There's no gorgeous girl who falls head over heels with Prince Charming. There are real, everyday, `my life could be like this' characters. The best thing about the book - I hated the characters with a passion. They were real enough to me that I did care about what happened to them, what they did, how they behaved and the decisions they made.
There's a refreshing male point-of-view throughout the story. Narrated through Mr. Aidan Khan, readers have their eyes peeled toward the way men in England think about love, money, work, and family.
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I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Love In Chelsea's main character is a thirty year old man called Aidan Khan, he has a good job, good prospects and doesn't drink or smoke. He falls in love with a woman called Sara but they are total opposites, she loves to drink and party, he is reserved. They both have the same cultural background which is probably the only thing they have in common.
Sara lies to Aidan a lot and it puts a great strain on their relationship, he just doesn't trust her. During the book we find out why Sara does lie to Aidan. We also see a nasty side to Aidan, one of which I did not like and I started to dislike him quite a lot because of the aggression he showed. No man how ever angry should act like that.
It is fast pacing, and written well. There was a rollercoaster of emotions throughout.
A great read.
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I really enjoyed this book. Picked it up on a friend's recommendation and by the time I was done with the sample chapters I clicked on 'buy'. For me, it was really interesting to get into a guy's head and see everything from his POV. The characters are flawed humans, just like us, far from perfect - which is what makes this story so real. The book made me smile, laugh and want to punch the characters in the face. Big brownie points for eliciting emotions! The style of writing was very descriptive, I could picture everything in my head like a movie. It mentioned some of my favourite haunts in London and I felt I was physically there while reading the book. I think that was the best part about the book - I felt like I was THERE. Try not to read it on public transport though, the reaction it gets out of you at various points may not be well-received by fellow commuters! :)
PS: Aidan's mum rocks!
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