- Paperback: 280 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Random House India; 2017 edition (29 May 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0143426575
- ISBN-13: 978-0143426578
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 2.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1,131 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Boy Who Loved Paperback – 29 May 2017
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About the Author
Durjoy Datta was born in New Delhi and completed a degree in engineering and business management before embarking on a writing career. His first book—Of Course I Love You . . .— was published when he was twenty-one years old and was an instant bestseller. His successive novels—Now That You’re Rich . . .; She Broke Up, I Didn’t!; Oh Yes, I’m Single!; You Were My Crush . . .; If It’s Not Forever . . .; Till the Last Breath . . .; Someone Like You; Hold My Hand; When Only Love Remains; World’s Best Boyfriend; Our Impossible Love; and The Girl of My Dreams—have also found prominence on various bestseller lists, making him one of the highest-selling authors in India.
Durjoy also has to his credit nine television shows and has written over a thousand episodes for television.
Durjoy lives in Mumbai. For more updates, you can follow him on Facebook (www.facebook.com/durjoydatta1) or Twitter (@durjoydatta) or mail him at email@example.com.
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I loved this book and as much as I loved this book it broke me into million pieces to think of all the incidents that happened in the book
Love the book to bits
But i would say it has a tinge of reality. Sonething which many people can relate too...
And to me that appeared as a specialty of the book ...Durjoy Sir attracts people and holds them to the book by using his literary skill as a magnet.... But unlike a magnet people get more attached cz they find their likes.. It's amazing as expected...
Hope you read this........... The Boy Who Loved a beautiful book.......... A beautiful piece of work.......... The best part is opening the book and you get to see......... " To Avantika" ( True love - the best pair ) about the book what to say simply loved it.......... Raghu, Brahmi their love story.......😍😍😍 His orthodox parents......... The constant support of his brother Anirban and Zubeida.........
Sad part about Anirban Jr.
Still somewhere at some places this orthodoxy prevails...... Wish one day it all comes to an end......... But Sir a beautiful book loved it very much...........
P.S. - Waiting for your visit to Jaipur and to meet you and get my collection signed.......... Plus again waiting for " The Girl who Loved".............
But for the past 13-14 months I have stopped reading Indian writers books. But this one was a must read. And honestly I didn’t expected much. But now, oh my god!
Where to start, a whole different theme. The words used in the first half of novel are especially amazing. The way this simple a story is explained is amazing. And it seriously was spectacular. Brahmi’s role was the best. Raghu’s mom and dad, typical parents. It was like an everyday story. Depression and suicidal thoughts are becoming so common today. It was just like 13 reasons why, a whole lot better because we, as Indians could relate to it so much.
Touchwood, my parents were cool from the start about studies and stuff, but I have seen my cousin’s and friend’s being pressurized by parents to excel in studies. A child of 15 years near my residence committed suicide for failing a unit test of maths. I really can’t imagine what he must have felt. So scared of failure. Raghu’s and Brahmi’s suffering can be felt by many and I really hope they find a ray of light among the black sky.
Eagerly waiting for The girl who lived, like at this point if a person will give me spoilers about it, I won’t mind a bit.
I like it so much, though I couldn’t relate to it, but it’s a type of book, I would want people to read, especially parents.
Once again, this cute writer has appalled us by his words and inspired me to write a story of my own.
I always thought, a love story would be very cheesy to write. But after all this reading I know what matters, words!
Love you DD
P.S - I love Debashish
P.P.S- Write more(probably one book per month, lol, just kidding)
Lots of love to Durjoy Sir. 😊
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