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Few Things Left Unsaid By Sudeep Nagarkar

Few Things Left Unsaid By Sudeep Nagarkar

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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher Random House India

Some love stories are left incomplete like the Few Things Left Unsaid by Sudeep Nagarkar. As you read through this novel, you'll find the love story of Aditya and Riya truly gripping and finds resemblance amidst the youth of today. The story is about undying love, separation, reconciliation and acceptance as a true lover. However, not all lovers are destined to live happily forever, and this Few Things Left Unsaid highlights the hindrances that come in the way of love and alter an individual's emotions, driving him or her towards adversities and distorted mannerisms. Love is not all that flowery as you read this novel by Nagarkar.

The author wrote Few Things Left Unsaid book based on his personal thoughts and experiences that he used to pen down in his personal diary during his college years. The protagonist in the novel is portrayed a dissatisfied engineering student, one who is confused about his life, goals and aspirations. This novel deals with a common problem of the yout ... See more

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  1.  Love Story or Hate Story? 11 November, 2013 On
    A love story/hate story with open ending.
    About two young engineering students who fall in love at first sight. Another story of a very beautiful and sexy girl (Riya) falling for an average guy (Aditya) for reasons unknown. A very passionate love story narrated by the boy but truly appears to be one-sided. The feelings of love are beautifully narrated from the boy’s side but the same passion did not appear as much, from the other side. There are a couple of ups and downs, twists and turns in the story which breaks-up and re-joins the infatuated couple but one day permanently separates them after Riya learns that Aditya is used to girls earlier in his life, and doesn’t care for her much over a period of time.
    Finally, after an year or so, Riya comes back to Aditya after having been cheated and ‘used’ by his new boy-friend who happens to be a friend of Aditya and a boyfriend of Riya’s friend. But the relationship is not smooth even then as the trivial fights go on between them for their emotional bond is NOT based on Trust, the most essential part of love.
    The reader gets a feeling that the mistake is from Riya’s side as she is depicted as a love-hungry bird who leans on any guy who she finds caring enough. Aditya, the narrator is shown as goodie types and a true lover, who accepts Riya even after coming to know that she slept with his friend turned enemy, as a revenge on Aditya. Tit for Tat.
    A key observation is that there is absolutely no mention of active involvement of Riya’s parents in the entire story unlike Aditya’s. Never did she introduce Aditya to her parents or family in any circumstance, which should have been taken note by Aditya, who went all in all to make his relationship with Riya public, within his circles.
    Overall, the book seems to be a little one-sided, projecting the boy as the good one and the girl as the bad one. The Statement in the end “Love is Always Right, But The Girl Can Be Wrong” highlights this attitude.
    The author seems to be a rising star in the New Indian Writer’s Club.
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  2.  Total waste of time & money 1 May, 2014 On
    The writing was naive, absolutely third class, and most of all, does not deserve to be published. I did not find anything special in this novel, forget about being moved while reading it. The protagonist of the story is so shallow, I hope this story is not autobiographical/ semi-autobiographical.

    Do not go by the 'National Bestseller' tag on the cover. It is to fool innocent readers into buying this book. A very ordinary story that happens in almost everyone's lives, and no take aways what so ever from the book.

    I think publishers in India think it is the in-thing to publish Indian writing. But somewhere they need to take a call whether the writing has any class.

    Dear readers, there are better books in the market. Please dont waste your money buying this book or waste your time reading it.
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  3.  Full of Life 25 November, 2013 On
    Loved reading it! Full of life.Feel like having travelled the same distance and path. Felt the same tethers. Great waiting for another.
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