- Paperback: 185 pages
- Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors; First edition (31 May 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9382665706
- ISBN-13: 978-9382665700
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.1 x 19.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,247 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I Still Think about You Paperback – 31 May 2016
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About the Author
Arpit Vageria writes for Indian television industry and has written scripts for three television series and various award functions. Formerly a part of The Times of India Group, he now also writes for the immensely popular digital channel, IIT (Indian Idiots Television). Hailing from Indore, he currently lives in Mumbai. An alumnus of Renaissance College, Indore and IBS-Mumbai, he enjoys road trips, singing, playing pranks and adventure sports.
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Top Customer Reviews
Here both brothers miss their parents so much and the name of this novel fall like this " I STILL THINK ABOUT YOU"
BEST WISHES FOR YOUR NEXT NOVEL
I am very very NEW to reading. I read a lot of self help type of books. I happen to come across an advertisement for your book I STILL THINK ABOUT YOU for a nominal pricing. From the title I assumed that it is going to be a love story. Either it is going to make me CRY or end up with SMILES.. I just wanted to give it a try for the pricing and I did. My book arrived. I read the first few pages, did not want to continue because I was personally having a difficult time in my relationship with the most significant person in my life. The behaviour of Vratika + how Dhruv went on just because of the fact that he was madly in love with her. At that point, I was fed up to continue. I left the book. I never touched it back for a month. Last week I went to chennai. I decided to give a read through or give away to someone. I felt let me read it for what is the max that is gonna happen..?? Trust me Arpit, I am really glad that I picked up the book. This is the most amazing book I have read. It has a story outline which is not there in any of the self help books.. which says DO THIS, DO THAT.. but in your book, I could see myself. It taught me the most amazing things which I have been trying to learn in all of the self help books with so much efforts. I got scoldings from my grand mother for continuously reading, but NEVER kept the book down.
Your story taught me
a. To BELIEVE
b. It is REAL.
Hope is REAL.
Happiness is REAL.
Magic is REAL. (The dream of the amazing tree)
Healing is REAL.
Transformation of a person is REAL.
LOVE is REAL.
I am REAL.
PS: I am attaching a painting that I did for my significant other (my love) which I related to the magic tree in the story.
c. I learnt what REAL LOVE is.Read more ›
Really I love this book
Book was completely amazing.
But the chapter 11 august 2006 was out of emotion for me . literally my eyes was blurred i just can't explain the feeling. This chapter made me cry . Thanku very much for such an exceptional novel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Till now I can't read the full story.... As it is too much boring... Never dare to buy just reading the reviews...Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
TITLE – not that apt according to the story but beautiful 🙂
COVER – really amazing.
CHARACTERS – aamir – elder brother , anvi- aamirs girlfriend, dhruv –... Read more
It's s like a serial. Editing most of the paras wouldn't have missed any story. Mislead by the reviews and bought one.Published 2 months ago by Prasanna