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The Pink Scarecrow ❮BOOKS❯ ✭ The Pink Scarecrow Author Ankita Srivastava – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A first time book written on military social life celeberation of New Year s Party in a cantonement club where in military bearing is highlighted inspite of the fact that the Indian Army officers drin A first time book written on military social life celeberation of New Year s Party in a cantonement club where in military bearing is highlighted inspite of the fact that the Indian Army officers drink incessently they cannot afford to loose thier military The Pink PDF or bearing The protagonist Lt Col Vishesh, however looses it for some time for which he fears to be reprimanded which certainly may affect his military career As he is considering how to apologise for his awkward behaviour that he put up with the guest of the evening The gorgeous Beauty Queen,the winner of that year s Mrs India, he realizes the lady had not taken offenceInfact the lady chose him to be her dance partner amongst so many other men present thereLt Col Vishesh begins to actually loose his entire bearing while dancing in close proximity with the lady when suddenly he is told some thing by the lady The Army officer gets reprimanded but not for any of his military offence rather for his offence which he committed as a civilian bacheloryears ago.

    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format up with the guest of the evening The gorgeous Beauty Queen,the winner of that year s Mrs India, he realizes the lady had not taken offenceInfact the lady chose him to be her dance partner amongst so many other men present thereLt Col Vishesh begins to actually loose his entire bearing while dancing in close proximity with the lady when suddenly he is told some thing by the lady The Army officer gets reprimanded but not for any of his military offence rather for his offence which he committed as a civilian bacheloryears ago."/>
  • Paperback
  • 173 pages
  • The Pink Scarecrow
  • Ankita Srivastava
  • English
  • 19 February 2017
  • 9789382473 Edition Language English Other Editions 2

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  1. Chandan Sharma Chandan Sharma says:

    Book The Pink ScarecrowAuthor Ankita SrivastavaGenre Fiction Romantic suspensePages 173THE STORY I would like to make it clear that this story has nothing to with war, fight, soldiers or even a gun shot This story is simple but yet touches your heart on many occasions The protagonist is in Army and this story swings between his present and past A very few characters make the story easy going Interesting description of a typical Indian girl is eye catching and realistic Some nice poe Book The Pink ScarecrowAuthor Ankita SrivastavaGenre Fiction Romantic suspensePages 173THE STORY I would like to make it clear that this story has nothing to with war, fight, soldiers or even a gun shot This story is simple but yet touches your heart on many occasions The protagonist is in Army and this story swings between his present and past A very few characters make the story easy going Interesting description of a typical Indian girl is eye catching and realistic Some nice poems and songs are included in the book which can be easily dedicated to one you love Congrats to the writer for choosing ornamental words to describe the characters The whole book appears like a assembly of pearls.On the other hand the story is a bit slow and almost stops on a few occasions The descriptions of the characters are too long though outstanding in the literature point of view and not all modern readers would be able to connect well Including songs and poems was a nice idea but a poem or song after every or few incident makes the story even slower In the party scene I was quite amazed by the capacity of the protagonist to drink that much alcohol and still be normal Overall, this book is a classic example of romanticism and to admire and understand the instrumental work of words and emotions, a casual reader is not enough.THE WRITING As I mentioned that this book has been written under the influence of romanticism and there are not many places which can be mentioned as a writing lapse It is outstanding piece of work The taste of the modern readers has change and people needspice in a romantic book but still it is the most beautifully written book The hard work of writer is quite visible in the form of artistic words and exceptional style.There is nothing negative about the writing but it is the ability understanding of reader which may become a challenge for the writer May be if the style of writing could be tailored to match the frequency of Indian readers most then it can be remarkably well and enriching.THE CONCLUSION The story is very simple and becomes predictable after a few chapters In fact, I felt that the story has been taken over by the writing style of the author The story was suppressed somewhere, and writing elegance was prominent Having said that, if you are a true lover of English literature and romanticism then this book is for you Read it to venerate the words, descriptions, explanations and positioning of sentences

  2. Abhinand Abhinand says:

    Book The Pink ScarecrowAuthor Ankita SrivastavaISBN 9789382473138Publisher Frog BooksNo of pages 173About the author Ankita Srivastava is a prolific writer who first published her work at the age of seventeen and has, since then, been publishing in both international and national magazines An avid poet, Ankita is also a poem reader on AIR, a theatre artist, an Army officer with Operation Kargil and Operation Parakarm on her resume, an Air Force Officer s wife, and a mother of two bright Book The Pink ScarecrowAuthor Ankita SrivastavaISBN 9789382473138Publisher Frog BooksNo of pages 173About the author Ankita Srivastava is a prolific writer who first published her work at the age of seventeen and has, since then, been publishing in both international and national magazines An avid poet, Ankita is also a poem reader on AIR, a theatre artist, an Army officer with Operation Kargil and Operation Parakarm on her resume, an Air Force Officer s wife, and a mother of two bright boys She won the Tanishq Beauty pageant in 2008 and Most Vivacious Woman award at Gladrags Mrs India 2009.She is the first lady security officer of the State Bank of India, New Delhi and was conferred the State Banks Performance in Excellence award in 2012.This multi faceted and accomplished lady finally gives shape to her dream of writing a novel and takes us into the captivating world of a fascinating romantic suspense in the backdrop of an Army Cantonment and the glitter of the fashion world as she writes her debutant fiction The Pink Scarecrow.The Synopsis of the book says As Lieutenant Colonel Vishesh looks around for the lady of the evening whom he presumably offended by committing the misdemeanor of ogling at her, an act in clear contravention of established military courtesies, which could possibly make him lose social accolades earned in his military career spanning many years with the thought of apologizing to her, he inadvertently enters a vigorous thought burrow where he sees one of the many insignificant passions that had got lost in the journey that of his very own Pink Scarecrow Unable to fathom the reason for such inopportune reminiscences at the most inappropriate of times and venue, he launches into accomplishing the task he had set before himself for the evening.He is shocked when he is chosen by the lady as her dance partner, much to the chagrin of his Commanding Officer and so many other fine looking Army and Air Force officers Oscillating between visible and invisible infatuations on the dance floor while dancing in close proximity with the dazzling lady, he could smell her perfume and he felt his body heating up.The clock strikes 12 00 midnighthe holds his breath under his command just to wholly absorb her unruffled breath next to his ears now craving to be rewarded he hears her whispering something As her words descend upon his ears, he freezes in his track.Read on to find out if at all she thought he had committed an offence or does she make him feel punished for his permanent offence, if there was any The review To start with, a special thanks to Mistha Roy for a good and impressive cover page At first I found the title to be irrelevant until I came to know about the real pink scarecrow of the book The choice of title is good which a perfect adjective to describe her Though the book has only 173 pages, the full story is clearly written with all needed stuffs I congratulate Mrs Ankita Srivastava for writing a novel with different military background Reading the blurb I thought it would be a usual military story oscillating between war and love But this book is totally different from the usual One can learn all the military bearings or rules reading this book which was very new to me The author has made an effort to let know the readers about the military bearings and responsibilities of the military officers in a neat way A special note for letting the readers know about the women s part of work at military that are brave and dedicated towards their service The descriptions about the lady officers were very clear that I could imagine how they will resemble in their military attire The full story is about a New Year s Eve party at the military camp which is celebrated every year The protagonist is in army and the story swings from his present to past The entire military group enjoys the day with their family and friends Lieutenant Colonel Vishesh who is the hero here is forced to attend the party by his Commanding officer, Colonel Sameer Chauhan As Vishesh s wife and children are out of town he had decided not to be a part of the eve but he is cornered when his officer who is also his friend, philosopher and guide who simply orders him to attend the party This New Year party is considered very special and all are excited because of the celebrities who are invited to honor the eve Vishesh who attends the party with no interest is slowly attracted by the guest of the eve who is the grandmags Mrs India The discussion or argument about Mrs India between Sameer and his wife is well written The flashback about Vishesh s college days makes the book interesting Vishesh The Casanova part talks about how he was the biggest flirt in the town Gravita s character is so perfect with that of an army officer s daughter Her fear to talk with a stranger that she also enjoys for the first time addressed beautifully I found the telephonic conversation between Vishesh and Gravita to be very elaborate but still I enjoyed it Finally the dance floor shared by Vishesh and the pink scarecrow is brilliantly handled and really is the unexpected part of the book To conclude my review, I would say that Mrs Ankita Srivastava has put a lot of effort in making her first book.I really appreciate for giving a new and unusual story about military background.The use of language is so clear and beautiful I give 4 out of 5 for this book Thanks for sending me the review copy I m looking forward to read her next book soon and I strongly recommend this book Wish you all the best Mrs Ankita Srivastava The Pink ScarecrowAnkita Srivastava

  3. Anurag Bhatt Anurag Bhatt says:

    Dream, desires and dedication of a damsel in distress The Pink Scarecrow the title made me puzzled until I read it Page number 61 ravels this conundrum and in a way that I even couldn t make any well nigh calculations of I thought this could be some kind of curio of love between past lovers I was wrong and it is far better than what I had been guessing Opening in detailing some humorous military bearings of military men fauji to conservative family bearings of an innocent, demure and se Dream, desires and dedication of a damsel in distress The Pink Scarecrow the title made me puzzled until I read it Page number 61 ravels this conundrum and in a way that I even couldn t make any well nigh calculations of I thought this could be some kind of curio of love between past lovers I was wrong and it is far better than what I had been guessing Opening in detailing some humorous military bearings of military men fauji to conservative family bearings of an innocent, demure and selfless PINK SCARECROW yes, a simple girl that first appears completely clad in pink and looksof a numb like a real scarecrow And the real crow as the narrator declares himself at the end of the story scared altogether proving her a real scarecrow for crows like him Eloquently written, submerged in fragile emotions and meticulously description of the backdrop, characters and their sentiments, evaluates sweat and blood of the writer worth pouring off The verses throughout the novel make itentrancing and intriguing, and put vivacity in it Although the narrator is a male and the writer a lady, yet I would say she has succeeded in articulating what actually she wanted to convey Different aspects and volitions of women could be decently visible with proper justifications These considerations turn out to be philosophical often times For example of why the lady protagonist Garvita wanted to opt for the profession I had difficulty in reading the conversation initially as long conversations are written in a single paragraph But, it doesn t dilute even a single mark from its assessment Every writer has its own style and so has she English is apt and redundancy couldn t be perceived anywhere It s a very good and gentle read It will not take much of your time, but will lure you into some time in Nineties with the essence of shyness of a girl and peddling the bicycle

  4. Rupali Rotti Rupali Rotti says:

    Though I m not a reader of romance fiction, this book grabbed my attention The language is simple, the characters are very real, andso, the feel of the military life is something very different that none other book that I d read till now had offered The English is much better than most of the Indian authors that I ve read While some people enjoy psychological details, the extra description of it is something that I don t enjoy much Hence, a lower rating Otherwise, the book brings fort Though I m not a reader of romance fiction, this book grabbed my attention The language is simple, the characters are very real, andso, the feel of the military life is something very different that none other book that I d read till now had offered The English is much better than most of the Indian authors that I ve read While some people enjoy psychological details, the extra description of it is something that I don t enjoy much Hence, a lower rating Otherwise, the book brings forth the strong will in all of us to achieve something special in life make a name, do something worthwhile After all, these military people sometimes aren t born that way There also were no plot holes, just two minor jumps When the heroine calls the hero for the first time, it was not explained how she got his number, but it was later explained in one of the conversations I guess And second jump was it was not mentioned that the heroine s friend returns her diary, before we re told that she starts writing in it again But these were very minor jumps and were easily discernible.Overall, a good book for those who want to know a bit about the military way of life, and or who are interested in romance fiction, and or who like reading about the subtle emotional interactions one has during those rosy years of one s life Those with a stronger will power or who ve grown up out of difficult circumstances, may also like this book

  5. Manvi Manvi says:

    The Pink ScarecrowI got this book The Pink Scarecrow by Ankita Srivastava as a giveaway from goodreads to review.This is a inspiring story of a young girl who, from a typical Indian girl, becomes a huge sensation by winning Mrs India pageant All her elegance, poise, and etiquette are attributed to the training she underwent in the Indian Army, which carved a confident and dignified personality from a shy and timid girl The good things about the book are 1.The English is very beautiful and the The Pink ScarecrowI got this book The Pink Scarecrow by Ankita Srivastava as a giveaway from goodreads to review.This is a inspiring story of a young girl who, from a typical Indian girl, becomes a huge sensation by winning Mrs India pageant All her elegance, poise, and etiquette are attributed to the training she underwent in the Indian Army, which carved a confident and dignified personality from a shy and timid girl The good things about the book are 1.The English is very beautiful and the word used to describe Garvita The Pink Scarecrow is apt.2.The life of army is described in the book in a glorifying way, making me evenproud of our army and the discipline of the army officers.3.The moral of the story Chase your dreams with full vigor, and you ll achieve them for sure is the best thing about the book which I felt.4.Some poems and songs were very nice.The not so good things are 1.Excessive repetition of some thoughts of the protagonist about his feelings for Garvita.2.Elaborate praise of the beauty pageant by the wife of protagonist s boss looked forced.3.The story was very predictable after a few chapters.To conclude, it is a good work in a new style I am looking forward for her next book Wishing the author luck

  6. Sanket Ghag Sanket Ghag says:

    Pink ScareCrow..by Ankita SrivastavaReading the author bio SHe being from Army and seeing back cover i assumed that this book is goona be a life story of army man ,his battalion or may be a war but no i was wrong The story of Pink scarecrow is a beautiful love story of an Amry man At the start of the book it was a bit difficult for me to relate with so many abbreviation as they were breaking the link ,which later i realized they were imp for the story to carry forward.Not giving out Pink ScareCrow..by Ankita SrivastavaReading the author bio SHe being from Army and seeing back cover i assumed that this book is goona be a life story of army man ,his battalion or may be a war but no i was wrong The story of Pink scarecrow is a beautiful love story of an Amry man At the start of the book it was a bit difficult for me to relate with so many abbreviation as they were breaking the link ,which later i realized they were imp for the story to carry forward.Not giving out much on the story , I would like to bring to notice the point of view of man is perfectly written by a female author which is commendable and the army style of writing made me feel as if i was one of the junior solider from the battalion of the protagonist The poems and the song add a perfect touch to this love story to sum it up its a lovely book to read.

  7. Bharat Hegde Bharat Hegde says:

    Its an outstanding piece of art, as per my conclusion ever reader must have this on their shelf The language is great, but my personal opinion is the language used sometimes don t let you forget the world or u can simply say, i feel difficult to connect with the writer The words used are best, but sometimes it act as an hole between the highway road In short, its the really best piece of art, please go through it, its not at all connected to the world war 1 2 or 3 It completely a romantic sa Its an outstanding piece of art, as per my conclusion ever reader must have this on their shelf The language is great, but my personal opinion is the language used sometimes don t let you forget the world or u can simply say, i feel difficult to connect with the writer The words used are best, but sometimes it act as an hole between the highway road In short, its the really best piece of art, please go through it, its not at all connected to the world war 1 2 or 3 It completely a romantic saga

  8. Meghant Parmar Meghant Parmar says:

    A lot was expected from this book The title and the cover and the description behind was really very interesting But it didnt turned out as expected The glitzy life of the army and the flashback didnt seemed to connect well I liked a few chapters but the end wasnt the quite which I had in mind Garvita s character and her plights have been portrayed very well There was not much excitement in Vishesh s character All in all its a very average story.

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