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The Seventh Cup is a treat to the lovers of Fiction by Nitesh Jain.

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The Seventh Cup starts with a very tricky meaning in the title itself. I must say it is a very thoughtful book. No wonder it has come by an Engineer from BITS Pilani, Goa Campus. The concept and the storyline will keep you wanting for more. It will keep you puzzled and hooked to the book. 

The chapters are well crafted, the first two chapters seem to be slow. But, post that the storyline of the book slowly starts taking off and once it does you are amazed by the perspective this book has disclosed. 

Though the edits and cover design could have been better, and it would have given much much justice to the storyline of the author. Well, Nitesh Jain has come up with a masterpiece and I strongly believe this is just a start for him. With the way, he has weaved thoughts into a storyline and discussing possibilities currently what we think is out of the world. The effort is appreciable and worth the read. 

Undoubtedly, fiction lovers are here for a treat. The perfect mix of emotions and possibilities of Universal law of attraction takes you in the world of deeper thoughts. Overall, I would recommend this book. 

The book has so many flavors, the characters are well crafted. You would see the author’s exemplary imagination power in describing moments and places. The author has played attention to minute things. The detailing can be felt and at times you might lose yourself in those moments. 

The readability is easy but will require basic proficiency and a good vocabulary. 

What we like:
Story Line
Concept 
Twists that keep popping up as the pages are turned
A well thought and written book

What could have been improved:
The first two chapters are a slow mover. 
Edits and cover design – This book deserves something better because we still fail to not judge a book by its a cover.

In Few Words:
Keeps you thinking and will keep you hooked. 

The Review:
Book Type: Fiction
Category: Thriller, Fiction, and Suspense
Readability: Requires good English Skill to understand
Overall book verdict: 3.9/5 
Story & Concept: 4.5/5
Cover: 3.5/5
Overall Edit: 3.5/5
The flow of Chapters: 3.5/5
Quick Read: Yes
Author Status: First Book
Publisher: Cyberwit.net; 1st ed edition (19 September 2013)
ISBN-10: 8182534488
ISBN-13: 978-8182534483
Paperback: 311 Pages
You can get the copy of The Seventh Cup
Paperback: https://amzn.to/2X9zPND
Kindle:  https://amzn.to/2X5VyGq

About the Author:

Nitesh Kumar Jain was 26 years when he wrote this book. He comes from an engineering background and had conceptualized this novel when he was in Switzerland. Apart from writing, he loves traveling and photography. 

Why you should read it?

This book is not a regular fiction, it has ingrained the ideology related to the power of thoughts. The way the power of thoughts can be applied to achieve things that we seek for. Not only it makes an interesting read, but it also gives insights about the possibilities with our mind.

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#BookReview: The Seventh Cup Verdict: A treat to the Lovers of Fiction The Seventh Cup starts with a very tricky meaning in the title itself. I must say it is a very thoughtful book. No wonder it has come by an Engineer from BITS Pilani, Goa Campus. The concept and the storyline will keep you wanting for more. It will keep you puzzled and hooked to the book. The chapters are well crafted, the first two chapters seem to be slow. But, post that the storyline of the book slowly starts taking off and once it does you are amazed by the perspective this book has disclosed. Though the edits and cover design could have been better, and it would have given much much justice to the storyline of the author. Well, Nitesh Jain has come up with a masterpiece and I strongly believe this is just a start for him. With the way, he has weaved thoughts into a storyline and discussing possibilities currently what we think is out of the world. The effort is appreciable and worth the read. Undoubtedly, fiction lovers are here for a treat. The perfect mix of emotions and possibilities of Universal law of attraction takes you in the world of deeper thoughts. Overall, I would recommend this book. The book has so many flavors, the characters are well crafted. You would see the author’s exemplary imagination power in describing moments and places. The author has played attention to minute things. The detailing can be felt and at times you might lose yourself in those moments. The readability is easy but will require basic proficiency and a good vocabulary. What we like: Story Line Concept Twists that keep popping up as the pages are turned A well thought and written book What could have been improved: The first two chapters are a slow mover. Edits and cover design – This book deserves something better because we still fail to not judge a book by its a cover. In Few Words: Keeps you thinking and will keep you hooked. The #Review: Book Type: Fiction Category: Thriller, Fiction, and Suspense Readability: Requires good English Skill to understand Overall book verdict: 3.9/5 Story & Concept: 4.5/5 Cover: 3.5/5 Overall Edit: 3.5/5 The flow of Chapters: 3.5/5 Quick Read: Yes

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