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Read "Life Is What You Make It Find Your Own Path to Fulfillment" by Peter Buffett available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Set across two cities in India in the early eighties, Life is What You Make it is a gripping account of a few significant years of Ankita's life. Ankita Sharma has the . From composer, musician, and philanthropist Peter Buffett comes a warm, wise, and inspirational book that asks, Which will you choose: the path of least.


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Life Is What You Make It: Find Your Own Path to Fulfillment This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to. Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here [lockfollolatu.ml /show/life-is-what-you-make-it] The heart-warming story of a young. Life is What You Make It book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found hereThe hear.

View all 3 comments. Jan 08, Sneha rated it it was amazing. The Writer has done a great job with expressing the inner feelings of a girl, be it a modern girl or the one of the decade as described by Preeti Shenoy..

She has described each and every node in a girl's teen age, be it emotional state, or a love case, or relationsip of parents with children, the relation with friends, a true philosopher, guide and what not.. A very beautiful picture of Bipolar disorder is picturised throughout, in its most interesting manner.. Hats off to the Author, to put a girl's feelings in words and make the reader to get truly involved right from page 1 to Not a single page would be of some sort of a skip reading.. Few words from the book itself, to describe it even better- " The world is indeed a better place when there is love, friendship, acceptance and hope.

Powered by these, you can indeed overcome anything, including destiny Aug 23, Anusree Burman rated it liked it. Life Is What You Make It really does throw you off the track in the beginning and begins as a really predictable young adult romance. Yet what you never expect is the sudden turn of events and a plunge into the emotional turmoil of a 21 year old afflicted with Bipolar Disorder.

The story is elegantly crafted; it is about facing life and emerging strong and proud. It is about having the guts to follow your dreams and believing your worth. The story however does border on mundane at times.

Indian Life Is What You Make It really does throw you off the track in the beginning and begins as a really predictable young adult romance. Indian authors could really try coming up with better and stronger plots that explore the social psyche prevalent in the nation. A conservative family,parents obsessed with academic excellence,a bright young student fallen from grace- the ingredients are all there but somehow the build up lacks structure.

And the plots of most Indian writers are really starting to look way too similar. There are better stories out there and a delicate and unique handling of the issues plaguing the Indian youth with stronger characters and sound plots could work wonders towards revolutionizing the current writing scenario and providing the readers with food for thought.

Aug 29, Debasis Mohanty rated it it was ok. Life is certainly what we make it but in this case please do not worsen your life by reading it-being judgmental. What makes the book boring? The author raves about the protagonist's symptoms for about odd pages which irked me a lot. Recurring explications about the protagonist's state makes it look even more drab. Some may argue that the bipolar syndrome mentioned in the book has to do with cyclic patterns manic highs and depressive lows and that demands explanation Life is certainly what we make it but in this case please do not worsen your life by reading it-being judgmental.

Some may argue that the bipolar syndrome mentioned in the book has to do with cyclic patterns manic highs and depressive lows and that demands explanations but the author could have done without the monotonous descriptions and recurring allusions. The author fails to make an imprint on one's mind because of her protagonist's portrayal as a shallow character initially.

Later she metamorphoses into a self-centered,egotist lady with a dicey attitude who cares for nothing but her career. Tides turn and she then finds herself in a hypothetical bottomless pit Bipolar disorder from which there is no escape.

She bears all the agony and battles with her inner self in a asylum to carve a life out of it. Simile it is: But it's better to be hated for what you write than to be loved for what you hide.

View 1 comment. Jan 22, Avanthika rated it it was amazing. Have you ever felt the void around you? Have you ever thought there are few bad decisions that has made your lyf miserable? Have you ever spent your tym with someone who made you feel you're just to be USED? Did you fall in love with someone and have you ever regretted for falling for them? Atleast once, have you ever thought yourself as a burden to the world and to your surroundings that you wanted to quit forever?

The protagonist, Ankita, is too proud of herself. She's beautiful and intel Have you ever felt the void around you? She's beautiful and intelligent. She made it to one of the top B-Schools in India. But fate has other plans for her. From her Business School, she lands into a mental hospital fighting bipolar disorder.

Ofcourse yea, she stabs and cuts others feelings to carve her destiny. She did face all the questions listed above. And that renewed the new in her. Preeti Shenoy penetrates deep into the readers mind. She makes us feel Ankita's pain and suffering. This book stirs your emotions and brings back memories of all those things that you want to forget. Must read for all those people who thinks they're the only ones who suffers in this world.

Dec 27, Preety rated it really liked it. Honestly,I had never heard about the author until recently. The thing I found best was that it teaches each one of us that life may not necessarily turn out the way we have planned or hoped for!!! I found the central character's self praise went a bit overboard especially when she joined St.

Agnes and also at some other instances In some way,I could connect to yhe story My favourite lines from the book, "Somet 'Life is what you make it' My favourite lines from the book, "Sometimes all one needs is a strong anchor, a person you can trust blindly.

Someone who will lead you on, be there for you and never let you down. A nice read,indeed!! Jul 28, Divya Lavanya rated it it was amazing. It was one of the few books which I completed in one sitting. I've no words to describe how I felt after reading it. It made me realise one hard fact. That mental disorders are not about 'not trying well to come out of situation'.

It's just that they try hard, but they can't. They need help. They are not crazy people. A must read for anyone to look at life from a new perspective. I don't want to talk about the style of writing. The author was able to convey her message well and that's what matte It was one of the few books which I completed in one sitting.

The author was able to convey her message well and that's what matters. Jun 30, Swetha rated it it was ok. Life is what you make it, a catchy title indeed. The title is only justified with an epilogue that happens 15 years later. The plot is very straightforward portraying how the female protagonist, Ankita belittles Abhi's love that made her end up in asylum where she rediscovers her new self.

However writer Preeti never missed to charm the readers with her incredible narrations especially when A Life is what you make it, a catchy title indeed. However writer Preeti never missed to charm the readers with her incredible narrations especially when Ankita tries to call her boyfriend over phone, the first bike ride and the first kiss.

The grandfather's words, "Never belittle love" still resonates more powerful than those usual words, "I love you". May 31, Gowtham rated it liked it. Guys fall in love with her. She doesnt understand their true love. But still she is having good relationship with all the boys proposed her. A guy dies just bcz she ignored his love. At a point of time , her life style changes. She cannot discuss with anybody abt it.

At a point she gets too much stress and endup in a mental hospital. She will be cured from bipolar disorder laterr. This is how this pretty girl wins her life.

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May 14, Sridevi rated it it was ok. There is one glaring technical glitch in the story. The story begins when the protagonist Ankita , is in the throes of deadly depression which could tilt her either way. Yet , when she begins to talk about her past , she acquires the voice of a very normal , sane person.

Technically , she should be looking at her past also with the same eyes of a depressed person. Also , the conflict of the character was poorly handled.

As a consequence , Ankita comes across as a shallow girl , who changes h There is one glaring technical glitch in the story. As a consequence , Ankita comes across as a shallow girl , who changes her boyfriends at the drop of a hat to further her ambitions. The darkness , surrounding the character could have been better handled. Also style of writing falls flat.

I decided to photocopy it and distribute it. What actually happens in the mind of the person who has a sudden adrenaline rushing gushing through his or her limbs? What happens when logic ceases to exist at many many levels?

And what is insanity? Is it when you "lose" it or is it when the world "loses" you? More sensitivity and more depth were called for short of which , this book just falls in the category of a college "romance".

The immaturely crafted epilogue just relegates it to the class of a Bollywood flick The two stars are for the subject matter , which many authors fear to explore and for the writing style which is easy on the mind of the reader.

Dec 21, Husain Hubail rated it it was ok. She was firstly a shy girl but later on because of her friends discover another side of herself as a Leader.

Agnes, she gets tangled in Love affair with 2 guys, simultaneously. In her last year of graduation, a tragic incident happens which changes her life forever. This was the first part of the book which I really hated due to its all the Shitty - Romantic drama Not at All Romantic, rather Crazy Guy and Shy Girl love story, of which the Girl cheating on her current long-distance boyfriend if you say so.

In Bombay, she becomes a Maniac in her daily life, that she almost starts to skip her daily sleep. She's a class topper and also good at poetry but there's a chaos within her. The story throughout had a great pace which can be completed in a single sitting. The Phrases used in between are relatable. Altogether the book is a one time read. Apr 02, Ajay rated it it was amazing. Preeti has a wonderful way of picturing things in her writing.

I don't think most of us are gifted with creative writing. Even though we can feel and let our emotions flow and feel it in life , it's little harder to put them down in the paper. I was dragged with her writing skills rather than wooing with the story line. I am clueless what made me to read this book in a single sitting , but I am sure I have enjoyed each and every minute. The protagonist Ankita went through a hell a lot of agony to Preeti has a wonderful way of picturing things in her writing.

The protagonist Ankita went through a hell a lot of agony to get her life back ,who was gripped with the bipolar disorder. Hats off to Preeti once again for her creative writing and I am sure a good bunch of readers will be enjoying this book a lot. Sep 20, Awdhesh Singh rated it it was amazing. I loved reading this book. The story of the book is griping and you pass through several emotions while reading the book.

The pace of the book is perfect and description so good that you feel as if you are actually seeing a movie. The book make you think about the uncertainties of life in a beautiful manner as you go through the ups and downs of the life of Ankita, the main character of the book.

I don't generally read fiction but I could not keep this book aside till I finished it. Th I loved reading this book. That is all I can say. A life altering, perspective changing book.. You have your whole life mapped out in front of you but are you ever a cent percent sure of it charting out the exact way as you think?

Ankita had the world at her feet. She was young, beautiful, multi talented, a meritorious student with loads of friends and boys in love with her.

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This was the up in her life. Then came the down which left her with two attempted suicides, a severe depression, heavy medication from scores of "Highly acclaimed" doctors and finally when nothing worked, getting admitt You have your whole life mapped out in front of you but are you ever a cent percent sure of it charting out the exact way as you think? Then came the down which left her with two attempted suicides, a severe depression, heavy medication from scores of "Highly acclaimed" doctors and finally when nothing worked, getting admitted in a mental institution.

But the question remained.. Was Ankita strong enough to overcome this down time in her life? How did she get here when everything that she was doing was sure to take her to the stars?

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Is this the end? Is it true what they say Life is What You Make it? A poignant tale of hardships, love, failures, a depression so deep that you just want to die and a final victory of the "never-say-die" attitude.

I was deeply touched and moved by Preeti Shenoy's attempt at giving a voice to people with mental disorders like the bipolar disorder who often are not understood and don't get the support they need from their near and dear ones. A well researched book and very sensitively handled, I was impressed by the author who has gone under the skin of the character to bring to the surface the many facets of their behavior and emotions. The characterization is so pure and practical that everyone will feel a connection to them.

Ankita's character symbolizes the modern woman of today who is smart, intelligent, confident and sure of her future plans. Abhi's character left me wiping tears and with pain in my heart. He was so deeply in love!! A good friend, an understanding and caring person he gave Ankita a direction, lend her support and most importantly guided her.

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His grandfather's words to Ankita after Abhi's death "Never belittle love" is still echoing in my heart and my mind. Preeti has succeeded in making her point and conveyed her message beautifully to the reader.

We often ignore and depreciate love whether it be that of our parents, friends, partner, or anyone else taking it for granted but the true value is only understood when one looses that love like it happened with Ankita when she lost Abhi.

The regret of not promising to stay in touch, not soothing him when he was disturbed, not professing her love also played a part in pushing her over the edge. Like Ankita regretted all the things she had taken for granted in her life like reading, writing, being loved, being normal.

I wish no one ever has those regrets and after reading this book I am now a new person with a new perspective to all the blessings I have in my life. In the words of the author, 'The book is not just about bipolar disorder. It is a story of courage, determination and growing up.

It is about how life can take a totally different path from what is planned, and yet how one can make a success of it. It is a story of faith, belief and perseverance too and charting your own destiny. She won against all the odds, hardships leaving behind those days of depression, suicide attempts, uncontrolled rage and the instability. I give Life is What You Make it a well deserved shining 5 stars out of 5 and recommend this book to everyone.

Its a perspective changing and an inspiring tale that will leave you feeling more confident and more determined to make your life the way you want it! Kudos to Preeti for writing such an unconventional book so beautifully. Powered by these, you can indeed overcome anything, including destiny.

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Though i would try my best so that the way this book became a turning point in my life, my interpretation of it may become someone else's. Whereas I agree parents do look for their child to do well, I haven't seen or think parents push their child to return to studying when they're mentally unable to. Daily Self-Discipline.