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Other editions. And also-sadly-things that I can never be. The writing style is intriguing and effective which can leave a deep impression on writer's heart. You submitted the following rating and review. Details if other: Adam Nevill. Friendship had also been depicted very well.
A week or two. There's something interesting about these writers.
The way Akshay Kumar lines up his movies at the period of months consistently, Durjoy Datta and Nikita Singh do not fail to publish a new book every months. Their fans would be the most satisfying fans in this country as they get to read their favorite author every time the It has been a long time since I have read a book. Their fans would be the most satisfying fans in this country as they get to read their favorite author every time they just start missing them.
It is not the way all the books of Durjoy Datta has published.
First of all, this book is not by his own venture- Grapevine Publication but by Penguin India. He has just made his brand name more bigger. This book does not have a very shiny cover page like every book of his. This book is also missing a tag line that every title of his book carries.
And the way both the authors have promoted this book is different than the way they do. And as I am done reading this book, they have also changed their writing style by leaps and bounds.
Someone Like You is the story of Niharika Singh. A girl who never thought that she is beautiful until she was in school. She didn't exist for boys and other entities whom every girls want to get an attention from.
Then her sister- Simran does a whole make-over which helps Niharika to realize that she is as beautiful as every another girl whom she feels is beautiful than her. She goes to a totally new city for her college. There she meets 3 different boys- Tanmay, Karthik and Akshat.
Tanmay ends up being her best friend. Karthik ends up being a mysterious guy in her life about whom she always remain confused. Akshat turns out to be her sister- Simran's ex because of which she finds weird to date him. Pia turns out to be her room-mate and lately, she also becomes her only friend in this new campus. Tanmay starts falling for Pia. Pia also starts liking him in spite of being in a long-distance relationship with Vishal.
But, does the book ends with love sagas of all these characters? It has much more in it. At least 10 times more than what I have described above. I can not talk about them as I don't want any spoilers in this review. Do read the book to enjoy one of the best works in this genre of fiction. Coming to both the authors first, I must say that Durjoy Datta is finally changing his writing style with every book and delivering something which I always wanted from him rather than the same sex saga that he used to write.
His last book "Till the Last Breath" turned out to be one of my favorites and with this one, he has just matured enough.
I am just excited for his next book now. As I, myself, blamed him for over-excessive use of sex in his books, his last book didn't have much of it and this one does not have the word itself, as per my memory.
I am too happy to witness this change. And as usual the selection and choice of words that the writer implements in his writing is magical.
Just for that, he remains to be my favorite. Coming to Nikita Singh, I didn't like her previous works much but with this one, I can easily say that she has learned quite sooner. I hope she keeps this magic alive and write such character-based stories than sex-related ones. Both of you have already given that kind of book in bulk to us: I, generally, write the best scenes that I fall in love with while reading a book.
But with this book, it's hard for me to categorize some events than others and term only them as my favorites. Right from the first word till the last, I was intrigued in the story like anything. It's good that people trusted this book and just on the pre-ordering basis, it entered the Bestseller's chart at No.
Initially, the way Niharika gives her introduction is lovely. Even Simran is described lovingly. I fell in love with both the sisters initially itself. But this book is not just a love story. It is a purely character-based story where each person has a totally new personality, background, thoughts and approach towards life. How they end up being in a single plot is what makes a reader like me excited to turn pages. Later, the hospital scene gave me thousands of goosebumps. The climax is as beautiful and balanced as the whole book is.
The entrance of Pia in the book gives a push to the story in the first half. The whole book is perfect. The second half is something I never guessed that the intense level would be such. Someone has said it right- Don't judge a book by its cover page. I would ask all of you to purchase it and keep it with yourself. Whenever you feel low, just pick this book up and you would lose all your tension and frustration. But this book also sends a message across that not everyone can be trusted without much experience and reason nor we should blame someone without knowing all the facts-hidden and obvious.
We may never know the gray shades of some, blacks of some and whites of some. I don't know if I should even rate this book but undoubtedly, this is better than most of the book that I have read. I give it 4. Believe me. Purchase it right now. And yes, the only drawback that I can point is, no humor-filled one liners. View all 4 comments. May 23, Himanshi Agrawal rated it liked it Shelves: I don't read a lot of novels written by Indian writers but I picked this one up a little while ago, and I mostly liked it.
So Niharika love the name was not my favorite main character, a little judgmental, and little naive but her heart was in the right place.
Akshat, okay if a guy seems that perfect, RUN. Also, their relationship didn't really appeal to me, very insta lovey. Pia and Tanmay were sweet and kinda adorable. They both made some shitty choices which led to even more shitty consequenc I don't read a lot of novels written by Indian writers but I picked this one up a little while ago, and I mostly liked it. They both made some shitty choices which led to even more shitty consequences.
Worked for me. The only thing that bugged me was the over the top drama. Could have lived without it. Other than that, it was a fun and cute read. May 28, Fuzaila rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mirrors remind me of things I am not, things I see other people are and things I would like to be.
And also-sadly-things that I can never be. Someone Like You — It seems I have a thing for that phrase. It is one of my favorite songs, and it is also, undoubtedly one of my favorite books. But sometimes, you just need to sit back, relax, and read a book, just to seek pleasure. Because if you read this book with a cri Mirrors remind me of things I am not, things I see other people are and things I would like to be.
But for once, if you decide to read just for the sheer pleasure of it, to enjoy yourself, to marvel at life, to take yourself on a nostalgic trip, to make you want to cuddle in bed, then — Read this book. It was absolutely adorable yet heartbreaking, and I enjoyed every moment. A week before starting college as a freshman, Niharika Singh visits her sister in Delhi. She has never been much beauty-conscious, but now that she is going to college, her sister Simran insists on a makeover.
With newfound confidence in herself and her looks, Niharika also attracts Akshat Verma , a filthy rich guy, who is ever the gentleman. His perfect looks and demeanor instantly gets her and they go on a few dates. But this relationship is short-lived as she soon discovers Akshat had dated Simran.
Once in college, Niharika meets Tanmay, a cute, nerdy guy and they hit it off instantly. Her roommate Pia also enters the team, and they become an inseparable trio. Niharika finds herself intrigued by him, but she knows better than to go by looks, thanks to Akshat. The book is written in a simple, lucid prose, which suits the story surprisingly well. Durjoy and Nikita have a great coordination, and you simply cannot NOT notice the way they have blended both their voices as one.
The plot is fast-paced, but it did take some time to gear up in the beginning. There is love of all kinds — sibling-love, family-love, friendship, insta-love and a splash of romance. There is joy and elation. There is heartbreak and grief. And the best part is that the authors make sure you feel them all along with the characters. Also — the characters. I really loved Niharika, the protagonist.
I could relate to her on many levels. The hum of a motorbike. The uproar of the crowd in the stadium. The cheering and clapping. All fell silent Just the thumping of their hearts remained and a question-were they going to lose him?
Thanks to the makeover by her sister's friends, the nerdy Niharika entered college more confident, more attractive. She meets the sweet, shy Tanmay, and the spoilt but lovely Pia and they become best friends. And when Akshat and she began dating, life finally seemed to be falling in place. Tanmay's success in football had begun to change him. Akshat's perfection seemed like a front for something dark and sinister. And their college senior Karthik? His aggressiveness was a cover for his mysterious past.
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