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Few Things Left Unsaid book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The bestselling novel in a brand new jacketAditya is a co.. . Aditya is a confused soul. He is unclear about his ambitions or goals in life. He hates engineering from the core of his heart, but destiny has other plans for him. Read "Few Things Left Unsaid" by Sudeep Nagarkar available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. Aditya is a.
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Every time he Aditya sees her, he thinks of her dress, how transparent it is, like that And the author was portraying romance unnecessarily. Except bad,worse I don't have any other better words. Seriously waste! What to write a review about this book?? I don't recommend it to anyone who has read "I too had a love story". And it cannot be compared with "I too had a love story" I can confirm that every novel that is labelled as 'romance' or 'India's best seller' is a utter crap.
This is no exception. I don't know why but Indian books made me feel insecure and scarred. Not because of the writing or themes but because of the immature characters in the books. I feel them so shallow. They do all the stupid things and they have a strong conviction that they are doing it right.
But the irony is most of people I know in real life are 97 I wonder what motivates Indian writers. But the irony is most of people I know in real life are like that. They do behave and act like the characters in 'Best sellers of India'. It is the society I live in. I may relate to them. I may empathize with them but once I stop reading for a minute I feel that I am reading some crap.
Needlessly say, this is crap. But I can understand that most of the Indian youth may relate to it. The book starts with questions like Love or Lust? But the way Author describes the Love, I feel , is lust.
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I know it's not possible to define Love but at least author should try to say his version of Love. Beyond beauty, beyond calls, SMSes, silly fights, kisses and black spots. And the first ragging kiss, so filmy. So so filmy. I understand it is very difficult to have a sense but at least be honest in your writing. The best things I did with this is I didn't buy this well-bounded garbage and I didn't read it in detail. It helped me to practice my 'speed-reading' habit.
I read it in around like hours.
I am happy that I didn't let the crap to took a lot of my time. Mar 01, Sandeep Pawar rated it did not like it. I was fooled. When I purchased it, it was in bestseller list. What's wrong with people or something wrong with me? Language is gross. Love story is cliche and utterly typical. Songs in hindi in between are enough to irritate you and stop reading. View all 7 comments.
Aug 27, Ronak Gajjar rated it did not like it Shelves: Few reviews left unwritten! View all 9 comments.
Jan 06, Sundeep Supertramp rated it did not like it. Very boring one It is very boring.. Jan 16, Vinoth rated it did not like it Shelves: It took me lots of determination to decide to complete this book!! Feb 01, Ashok Krishna rated it did not like it Shelves: I am someone who believes in completely reading a book, no matter how boring and insipid the book happens to be.
Fortunately for me, I have rarely come across such books in my life. But this book is the first that I am dropping without completing, and hopefully will remain the last too. Absolutely stupid, crappy and melodramatic writing! If such senseless writing is called a best-seller, I pity the depravity that plagues the minds of people who 'enjoy' such books. I couldn't stomach it beyond 16 I am someone who believes in completely reading a book, no matter how boring and insipid the book happens to be.
I couldn't stomach it beyond 16 pages, and the following lines, in page 18 or so made me feel that I have had enough reading this crap - "I had heard from friends that degree colleges were like a girl's skirt. Men just want to see what is under it. Is the view nice? Is the service good? Will you be happy to share such writing with the women in your family and friends???
View 1 comment. Jun 28, Pankaj Giri rated it did not like it. The story-line is very common, the language and writing style is childish, characterization is average, and the conversations are too cheesy baccha, bacchu etc. Same feelings are repeated too often. Lots of grammatical and spelling mistakes. Overall, not a pleasant experience by any stretch of imagination. Difficult to fathom that its a bestseller. Aug 03, Anuja rated it did not like it Shelves: When a book has a catchy title and cover page, one would definitely expect a treat inside.
But it is said that one must not judge a book by its cover. According to me, this is one such book. I mean no offence, this is my personal view and I do not expect people to agree with me. Very average narration, dialogues, descriptions, poor grammar and too much focus on the unnatural, crazy love they had for each other along with usage of words like bacchu, husband, wife and concept of unofficial marriag When a book has a catchy title and cover page, one would definitely expect a treat inside.
Very average narration, dialogues, descriptions, poor grammar and too much focus on the unnatural, crazy love they had for each other along with usage of words like bacchu, husband, wife and concept of unofficial marriage prevented this book from making a positive impact. The story is stretched so much it, takes a toll on the reader's patience. Also, the story is just like any other story decorated excessively with excruciating pain that the main characters feel when they break up which puts you into another different sort of pain, where you curse yourself for picking up this book.
Even for majority die hard romantic people, this book is a drag. I can say this with assurance because I belong to that category. If I had to be sincere, I would not recommend this book to anyone. I would rather ask them to shell in some more money and go for love stories that really touch your heart and leave a lasting impression, something like "The Notebook", "A Walk To Remember" because these are the stories that have substance, a tale that will move you. I have more to say but i guess this much is enough for now.
I apologise for the harsh and unflattering review but I really couldn't get myself to like this book. View 2 comments. Sep 09, Vidya rated it did not like it. Very boring and silly love story.
Not my type of book Mar 31, Priya rated it it was ok Shelves: May 18, Rohan added it. The most irritating and imature piece of writing i have ever read in my life Apr 18, Ashutosh Alekar rated it it was amazing Shelves: The title of the book is very promising! Aditya hates Engineering but ends up doing it.
His quest for true love ends when he meets Riya - A girl next door. When he did not have love,he searched for it. When he discovered it,he did not know what to do with it. When he had it,he feared of losing it. Now he cannot talk to her anymore. He is not supposed to love her, care for her and live his life wishing Riya was there. He is not supposed to wonder where Riya is or what she is doing.
But he can't help it,because he is in love with Riya When Karma Goes Upside Down. Dishant Huria. Faraway Music. Sreemoyee Piu Kundu.
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