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My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Self-published
Genre - Non-Fiction
Publishing year - 2021
Language - English
ASIN - B0968D51Y8
Pages - 42 

Datebook: The New Age Guide to Modern Datin

Book Review - 

The concept of writing a guide for modernized dating is unusual; reading Anushka Mehta's new work on this topic is also the first for me. One of the most complex things in India is dating; there are no rules or people who can give you sane advice regarding relationships.

Indian alliances are dominated by arranged marriage concept. Here love marriage is still considered a big deal; in the middle comes the new dating culture that millennials are following. With the dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, Truly Madly, etc., one can easily connect with several people, and the companies witness a surge in downloads during COVID. 

These apps made life easier, but it has its cons. The author explains the issues people faced in their relationships and their solutions. She also demonstrates the dynamics of sexuality and modern-day trends. I spent my fair share of amount on Tinder and going on dates, and let me tell you one thing: I agree with Anushka's research on this topic. 

Although, a few topics seem debatable because there is a thin line between understanding the subtle hints and blowing something entirely because of one's hypocritical creation. You can find true love on these apps, or maybe not, but you must be careful all the time while meeting/connecting new people. Datebook: The New Age Guide to Modern Dating consists of these subjects for your aid. 

The writing style is straightforward, and the book is short and fast-paced. However, insights into the dating world are something everyone requires, especially if it involves technology. If you want to know the influence of social media on dating life or understand the basic concepts of modern-day courtship, this guide is for you. I recommend it. 

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