- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins India; 1 edition (14 February 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9352776585
- ISBN-13: 978-9352776580
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 77 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,979 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Letters to My Ex Paperback – Import, 14 Feb 2018
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Letters to My Ex was an appreciable roller coaster story by Nikita Singh. She has always done a great work and this time, it is no less. The emotional outburst, love, hatred, sobbing was an incredible aspect in this book. A complete 5/5 for the book this time. I really loved the book, also to add, it is not only a book to be suggested for the people who had heartbreaks, but also to know about the feelings for someone you love/loved. --By Vibhati Yadav on 4 March 2018
Wonderful Book! I have no words to describe this page turner. Nikita Singh never fails to portray confusion of a girl in best way possible. It's not easy to depict innocence and maturity in a correlative way. --By Shannu on 21 February 2018
About the Author
Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of ten novels, including Every Time It Rains and Like a Love Song. She is also a contributing writer to The Backbenchers series and the editor of two collections of short stories, 25 Strokes of Kindness and The Turning Point. Born in Patna and raised in Indore, Nikita worked in the book publishing industry in New Delhi for a few years before moving to New York for her MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction) at The New School. Nikita lives in Manhattan, where she does digital content and marketing for a solar energy company. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram (@singh_nikita) or on Facebook.
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If you happens to be a facts person, this book is not for you. The start was intriguing, giving somewhat of a popular-guy-introvert-girl kind of clichéd vibes. The story picked some pace when the breakup happened, the author knew what to write and how to write and with the loads of thoughts being processed by Nidhi made it interesting to know her reasons. But then the revelation happened and the reasons were highly disappointing, giving a rather weak foundation the entire plot.
The characters were no fun, nor were they rational enough to be realistic. The protagonist Nidhi, was someone emotionally unevolved and her actions had no explanation and ever so dubious. Keeping the wordplay and the sugar-coating aside, she couldn’t take it when Abhay had sorted out everything about his life and she hadn’t. The character Abhay, lacks the basic human emotions like anger and disappointment and shows the signs of being truly affected just once, that too in a rather cold way response that one may substitute with anger.
Exploring all the questions I still have in my mind would be a rather too vocal elucidation of the premise as well as details of the book. I’ve always been a hardcore fan of romance novels and had my mind set to a variety of standards when I picked this book up.
Nikita Singh you brilliant woman, you had me smiling, you had me sad, you had me wondering and above all you had me hoping. This book is a memoir to all the things left unsaid, to all the things left undone and to all the tears we swallow without as much as a sush. Nidhi is beautiful. She is gorgeous. She is courageous and she is in love or was.
This book speaks of how not every relationship is toxic, not every breakup is because they fell out of love. Some are just stepping stones.
Yes I did feel that the last letter could have been preceded by a few more. It seemed a little too abrupt but I have no complaints. I loved every moment of the book and maybe I was hoping for a little more. Nidhi was coping, she was in an impossible place, she was struggling to put herself together and we were there with her. It is very evident this book wasn’t a result of month long research but rather everything the author had left unsaid. This book is her heart out on paper that we need to read.
Writing and Presentation: 5/5
To begin with, the narrative was quite different, unlike any other romance novels or any novel of other genre for that matter.The story was subtly narrated in the form of letters written by Nidhi. The letters beautifully encapsulated the thoughts and emotions felt by her. Her confused state, the way her thoughts constantly spiraled in her mind, her uncertain career choices had a personal connect. Emotions are not known to be constant. They are often known to be fleeting. The letters helped herself to keep a tab on them and cope up with her loss. They were a symbolic of the transition of her relationship from the time of its bloom to the time where it broke off. The protagonists were portrayed to be responsible adults quite unlike other clichéd college romances.
The pacing was odd and irregular. There was a point where there was a platonic shift in the plot without any event to justify the change. I also felt that the author could have added more characters, more locations and stretched the story to some more pages.
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Author - Nikita Singh
Publisher - Harper Collins
Book - Paperback
No Of Pages - 138
Genre - Romance
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