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Few Things Left Unsaid Paperback – 11 Jun 2013
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Must read for all those who care for someone and love someone.It has everything which one will love to read.Surely a page turner. --Anushka Sep 2, 2011
This is the book which will make even a rock to cry, Aditya and Riya are so adorable.I really cried when i finished this book....This is the best love story what i have read in my entire life...and i am very excited to read the second book! It was simple, emotional and had all the elements of national bestseller. I wish you both meet soon. --Madhu 18 Dec 2011
I started this book last night and I have it finished today and its like evening right now. Its an amazing book which captures the life of a young guy going through several lows and highs but in the end concludes with an important message that trust is all that is expected when you are in love. The book which can be treasured for long time and will remain in your hearts forever. I am not much into reading apart from CB novels but Sudeep's work can be compared to those books.I am just an engineering student who reads a fiction book probably once every 2 months but this one is a really quick read and it had me hooked through out. It can actually be read in one or two sittings and Sudeep Nagarkar has done a fab job. --Piyush 01 Jan 2012
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Sudeep Nagarkar has authored five bestselling novels—Few Things Left Unsaid (2011), That’s the Way We Met (2012), It Started with a Friend Request (2013), Sorry, You’re Not My Type (2014) and You’re The Password to My Life (2014). He is the recipient of the 2013 Youth Achievers’ Award and has been featured on the Forbes India longlist of the most influential celebrities. He also writes for television and has given guest lectures in various renowned institutes and organizations. For more information about Sudeep, you can visit www.sudeepnagarkar.in or get in touch with him via his: Facebook fan page: facebook.com/sudeepnagarkar, Facebook profile: facebook.com/nagarkarsudeep, Twitter handle: sudeep_nagarkar, Email: email@example.com
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The plot revolves around Aditya, a guy forced to do engineering by his parents. He finds the love of his life in college, proposes her, gets her, she loves him too, both move on very fast, romance, kisses and making-out, they even unofficially marry. The girl’s nature changes throughout the story. They even tell Aaditya’s mom about it. His mom’ character is very friendly and open. I thought his dad was really kept out of focus. Moving on to the story, Aaditya slowly starts getting suspiscious about her. He starts concentrating on studies and decides to break-up without any reason, but they later reconcile. But the trust had been broken. Riya, his girlfriend leaves him. And what is really painful is that she goes with Amit, Aadi and Riya’s mutual friend. Amit is a guy with cheap intentions. But she doesn’t come back. Aadi’s (main character) heart is broken and he takes to cigratte and beer. During this period Aadi’s academic performance is on the decline. He gets a drop. During this period something mysterious happens (for which you have to read the book) and his life changes…. He gets his Riya back….
Happy ending… Isn’t it??
NO!!!! After this you have the epilogue, usually you expect the epilogue to be concluding and satisfyling, but this epilogue makes fun of my reading of 200 plus pages…. ridiculous…
It tells that after some months they are apart again. It just gives you a hazy picture of something that happened through some conversations… This book leaves the readers in the middle, helpless. That moment I felt I should throw away the book, that seemed to me as a cheap publicity stunt of his next work. It was as if the book was saying, ” Wanna know the story??? Go buy the next book”
The good part is, the book describes engineering very well, not in too much detail, not in a blurry way. It’s balanced. The ragging part looked over the top. But it’s fiction.. Isn’t it??
The college, professors, KTs, parent teacher meetings, canteens, friends etc. have been portrayed very well.
The proposal part is also good and descriptive. Initially the book gives that amateurish feel but later the author gets into some good writing. The book hasn’t got any ‘scenes’. The author just keeps the story clean by saying ‘we made love’ instead of a pages long description. The part before climax is emotional and makes you go through the author’s pain and the ‘devdas’ image he creates for himself. One question that comes to my mind, is how does the author find so many secluded public places to cuddle and kiss, that too on Mumbai??? I am trying to contact him, till then you read the book and enjoy.
All in all a good read, but please don’t read the epilogue if you don’t want to buy the second book.
At places you start feeling bored, its repetitive and it feels as if the story is just being dragged.
Among this three books, the best book is FEW THINGS LEFT UNSAID. A simple love story but as the narration of the story will make you fall in love with every charcters.
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