I Too Had A Love Story

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Srishti, 2009 - 213 pages
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A CELEBRATED maxim says that it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Ravinder Singh s I Too Had A Love Story proves the maxim true and beautifully depicts the beauty and power of true love through the writer s own heart touching love story. It is the narrative of the journey of meeting of two strangers through a matrimonial site to the point, where their relationship becomes the most precious gift of Almighty. Ravinder and Khushi have never seen each other, but love has made them one. The writer has successfully brought out the depth of their relationship through the lively and graphic delineation of their conversation, feelings and emotions. The readers can feel their warmth and closeness in the lively and picturesque account of how they longed to be with each other in the rain, the coaxing and cajoling after the tiffs and trying to feel each other in imagination

Reading this book is all the more enjoyable as the reader relates and identifies with the writer. Impatiently waiting for the next phone call, little surprises bringing them closer, late night conversations, tears and smiles, all these make it a read-till-finish book. The throbbing curiosity, the irrepressible apprehensions and the overpowering excitement and happiness to meet Khushi in person for the first time takes the story to a crescendo of feelings, emotion and action. Soft and light hearted humor strewn throughout adds an entertainment quotient to the story. The writer tickles a funny bone as he talks about his paranoia when revealing his affair to his parents. Tear will roll down when an accident leave Khushi battling with death and Ravinder shattered. It reminds that a beloved can save his love till where God intervenes. Along with the innate beauty of their love story, the expression of the subtle emotions in the most simple and lucid way makes it special.

The fact that the writer does not make any effort to impress the readers with lofty words and articulations point to the honesty of the writer s feelings. The writer has summed up the essence of his story in the most appealing terms. Not everyone in this world has the fate to cherish the fullest form of love. Some are born, just to experience the abbreviation of it. Those for whom love is the most beautiful feeling above human definitions and parameters the book will make for an ever cherished experience.

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User Review  - Pankaj.Kumar - LibraryThing

Inspired by "LOVE STORY" this book is quick read and again like LOVE STORY it had a sad ending ,but the author gives this book a Indian touch that you will love to read and wish that the end never come. Read full review

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User Review  - AyeshaF - LibraryThing

Could any book ever get worse than this, i'm still wondering why so many people love it. This book is an insult to any reader. I'm giving up on these Chetan Bhagat type of writing. Read full review

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