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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; The Girl
of My Dreams; The Boy Who Loved; The Boy with the Broken
Heart-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.
He lives in Mumbai. For more updates, you can follow him on
Facebook (www.facebook.com/durjoydatta1) or Twitter (@durjoydatta)
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After so many struggles they finally get pregnant and their happiness knew no bound. They were not the only one who was overwhelmed by the news. Shrey who hated children until now suddenly started loving his best friend's child as if he were his own. His contribution in taking care of Avantika and selflessly loving the unborn child is what took my heart. I really loved his character and I hate the author for eliminating him from the end of the book without any reason. They were all happy in their small family and the twist occurs….
I really loved this book. At the end of the book, I almost cried and I had to read the whole climax twice to confirm what I read was right. The narration is pretty good and the plot of the story was amazing. I liked the story and the way the author has portrayed it. The cover is also fitting for the novel.
Coming back to Deb & avantika... Whatever they go through feels very personal and I felt like I was listening on to their conversations and felt as if I was also going through the process with them. The last few pages were hard to read with emotions flowing and don't get me started on the last page of the last chapter my heart literally stopped. I was like what? How? Why? I breathed in when I read the epilogue.
Durjoy Datta's writing was amazing... The way he moulded Deb and Avantika's story was amazing. There are few phenomenal lines where he talks about the love Deb and Avantika share... Makes your heart flutter.
Durjoy sir, you did good on this one.
It's a wonderful read and will definitely make your eyes wet. Durjoy Datta has beautifully narrated the emotions of a couple, the difficulties, the trauma and over everything else, the love that keeps them together and fighting.
This book will entertain you in the beginning but after sometime you will feel that it has lost the charm. The whole book revolves around a single decision which makes it dull. And another reason for me not liking this book might be that I tend to compare it to the real Durjoy-Avantika, and I find it difficult to digest what's written in the book.