Eighteen:The End of Innocence, Sudhām's debut effort has been reviewed and rated by several readers and bloggers. In case you are figuring out whether Eighteen:The End of Innocence should be #YourNextRead do check out the reviews below.

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Eighteen:The End of Innocence is Sudhām's debut novel. Reviews are most welcome.  In case you would like to read and review the book we would be happy to help you secure a copy and feature your review on the author website and facebook pages.

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"eighteen the end of innocence is a story of each one of us..."

Posted 11/17/2015

a review by Sunil Parashar (

We’ve all been through it, and we remember it as one of the most cherished part of our life – the time when our teenage gives way to adulthood, the time when we try to live out our whimsies. This is a phase out of which none of us comes out clean. But then, as adults, we all term it as ‘experiences.’

It is 1990 and Raghu & Aadi, both teenagers, are high on life. One day Raghu starts getting mysterious blank calls, ordeal of which brings him in touch with Shalini – a girl from his coaching who has also been getting similar calls. Before they could find out the culprit, they find themselves deep in love. And then the story takes you through the fun and anxiety of being a teenager.

Eighteen the end of innocence is a story of each one of us. I’m sure there is some part of you in there. I found mine in Raghu & Aadi. Click to read on..

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"..I would definitely look forward to reading more of his works"

Posted 11/1/2015

a review by bookGeeks (

PLOT: 3.5/5






Teenagers are a crazy bunch. Excited by the spurt of hormones and with the promise of a new phase in life – adulthood, they do the most adventurous and often the most absurd things. Teenage thus comes with its own pros and cons – on one hand there is the new found charm of first love while on the other is the dread of board examinations and the challenge to set one’s career straight. So often, long after these years have passed, we reflect upon them as one of the best times of our lives; cherishing them forever and allocating them a special place in our heart. Eighteen The End of Innocence is a story of a few such teenagers and their coming of age. Read on...


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Coming Of Age Was Never So Entertaining!

Posted 10/27/2015

A Review by: The Page Turners (

Writing a coming of age book is not a simple task. In fact, it is one of the most difficult tasks in the world, right with writing comedy. And when an up and coming author tries this genre so early in their career, it is time for us to sit up and take notice.        Read on.