Review: My Ex Fell In Love

BY IN A, Contemporary Romance, Young-Adult 5 COMMENTS campus romance, Quick read, Shubham Choudhary

By Shubham Choudhary. Grade: A


A perfect story to read while you lie down on your bed under your warm blanket – isn’t that what we all need in this shivering winter? A tale that vibrates and pulsates along with your heart as you swim in its delicious concoction of feelings and emotions, soothing your nerves, making you laugh and wiping your tears at the same time. No, I am not exaggerating, but these are the exact characteristics that you can find in Shubham Choudhary’s remarkable debut novel – My Ex Fell In Love.

My EX Fell In Love by Shubham Choudhary

 Yatharth, an intelligent over-achiever is very clear about his life’s goal-research. However, he faces a new challenge – a girl! Will Yatharth be able to face this challenge and continue with his life’s goal? With friends such as Mr. intelligent Sudeep, Mr.handsome-funny-But still not datable Vikalp, the style icon Samantha and the counselor friend Prathishtha, Yatharth has all thesupport that he doesnt need!

Sanchita, a sentimental girl is all beauty but takes life seriously. Will she be able to handle the challenges she is about to face with love entering her life? My Ex fell in love! is a hilarious tale of growing up and dealing with the consequent challenges of life in a unique way. Enjoy the light, humorous and witty story of these youngsters, which will bring a smile on your face

Shubham Choudhary is an Engineering student of MNIT Jaipur, his specialization being in Electronics and Communication. He is an active blogger and has written several articles, stories and poems, humor being his forte. He also loves traveling and reading biographies and fictions. Shubham has a keen interest in music and is trained as a Radio Jockey. He writes for many popular websites.


My Ex Fell In Love is one of those novels that will tickle your heartstrings and make you feel good after a long day’s work. In fact, the bright cover itself has a pleasant appeal to it, depicting a guy standing at the cross roads of life, where one way leads to love and the other to academics and career. The story revolves around Yatharth and Sanchita, two college buddies who meet and immediately fall in love. Or, is this love? The dilemma revolves around Yatharth’s mind and he soon finds himself in the midst of a confusing amalgamation of love, attraction and friendship, not to forget his dream project that more often than not drives him to the extremities of craziness. How he manages his relationship with Sanchita, as well as focuses on completing his dream project, forms the crux of the story.


The protagonists Yatharth and Sanchita steal your hearts. They are oh-so-real, just like any other guy or girl you can ever come across, and you quickly relate with them. You cry with them, laugh with them, and even hug them at times. Their best buddies, Vikalp, Sudeep, Pratishtha and Samantha, add colorful dimensions to the story that make you feel like being a part of a big circle of friends. Yes, trust me, it is that real. You bunk classes with Yatharth and Sudeep, get funny flirting tips from Vikalp, adore the cute innocence of Sanchita, and share all your problems with Pratistha and Samantha, looking forward to their friendly suggestions.


Right from the first page, the author drew me into this exciting world he weaved. The narration is smooth and flawless, holding on to your attention all the while. Well, here comes a warning. You really need to read this book with care, because it is too addictive. You wouldn’t need a bookmark while reading this novel; you just can’t keep this book down after going through a few pages. The what-happens-next factor will keep you glued, enticing you to read on and on. The witty humor and the apt play of words, along with a tightly knitted plot and excellent characterization will ensure you complete the story in one go.


A love story with a difference, this is what the book is. A perfect debut by Shubham. Do pick up a copy to experience a thrilling roller coaster ride of a delightful campus love. Not only the exes, but everyone who reads this book will undoubtedly fall in love with it.


Hats off to the young man, Shubham. This book does delivers in a big manner and lives up to all expectations.


A software professional who loves the printed words, Amrit was born and brought up in the City of Joy, Kolkata.

His romance with stories and books started as soon as he learnt to decipher the beauty of letters, consonants and vowels, initially unfurling smiles with comics featuring Chacha Chaudhury and the likes during childhood, gradually progressing to Tinkle with the dawn of adolescence, and finally emerging as a voracious reader of novels. He doesn’t have any preferred genre and loves reading all types of books. However, he has a list of favorite authors, with Khaled Hosseini, Dan Brown, H. G. Wells, Sidney Sheldon, Michael Crichton and Chetan Bhagat scoring high on that chart.

When he is not reading, Amrit likes playing PC games. He is passionate about music and loves composing random notes on his guitar.
  • Shriya

    I am sick of campus romances but this one looks good.

    • Amrit

      Indeed it is

  • Shubham Choudhary

    Thanks a lot for this review. I am glad you liked the book and more importantly, the message that i wanted to convey is exactly reflected here.

    • Amrit

      Waiting for your next novel now

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