The 23rd Girl by Divya Ratan and Rohan Kachalia.



BLURB – Smart, Suave and confident, Rashv is a young man in his early twenties whose claim to fame has been his never say die spirit. His life lacked any excitement till one day he accidently discovers a strange connection with the number 23. He gets so obsessed with it that the number begins to influence everything he ever does. Roohi is a fiercely independent, headstrong girl who is relentlessly chasing her dreams in the corporate world before the ‘burn out’ happens. She craves for a change and takes a sabbatical from work when she happens to cross paths with Rashv who falls irrevocably in love with her. They have a whirlwind romance before Rashv realizes that she does not quite fit in his number theory. On one hand is this number which has defined his life and on the other hand is the truest love he has ever felt. Can a number run your life? Is it justified to let it run your life? Dive into Rashv’s world to find out.

My views on the book –

TITLE – Blurb gives us the information about the story of how it will be something special about the 23rd girl in Rashv’s life. And something important of the number in his life.

COVER- blue makes everything so beautiful and so is this book. with dice being in there on the cover it shows more about the chances that one takes in life.

THEMES- love.

CHARACTERS- Rashv- main lead.

PACE – medium paced.

RELATABLE – most of the paragraphs you will really relate very well to.


LANGUAGE – easy and flowing.

What if all of us got to know about our lucky numbers and could be all that we want to be, our lives would become really amazing and happy. here in this story rashvs story starts from his school days to how unlucky he has been throughout his life to knowing the number 23 has always been very lucky for him. The way number 23 and its importance and facts have been put up really amazed me. shows alot of research had been done. and plus the way the book has been written it does not feel it is written by two people at all. kudos to the author! the book and the typset is amazing too.



thanks to the authors to give me a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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