In one one sentence I can say Off Course I Love you is for lite read. No Philosophy, No Message, bit complicated though. It’s a debut of Durjoy Datta and Maanvi Ahuja. So for a debutant standards it’s a cool book. (Though I am eager to compare it with Chetan Bhagat, I’m avoiding it).
The whole story runs on the grounds of Delhi Hi-fi society. So reaching to masses is doubtful. The Small town guys find this bit difficult to digest and accept the metro hi-fi youth culture on which the story is based on.
If you can go through the first few episodes and bit lengthy pre-climax episodes, it’s definitely a good read. The climax is ultimate with all kind of cinematic twists and perfect.
Overall for the debutants it’s a good start. They have done a good job (Ignoring the few minor issues). Hope they correct these issues in their future books. They have lot of potential to improve and grow.