Mar 18, Parth Shah rated it did not like it. There is no chance for the reader to get bored. Open Mic Night in Moscow. Good to go with a light start. The style of narrating brings the scenes alive, and makes the reading experience nothing less than watching a movie. I would rate 3 on 5.!
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See our Returns Policy. Feb 16, Rikky Bhartia rated it liked it. Since almost birth, Deep is surrounded by books and he loves his job. I could empathize with Ahana’s father who loves his daughter but feels helpless. Your Republic Is Calling You.
I Will Last Through. And then he sees her, Ahana, a stunningly beautiful girl. Living with the Monkey Mind: This is my second book of Durjoy Datta.
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But not disappointed too. Nevertheless every experience teaches something and may we get to read better stuff from him.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Eboo, a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Ky book melted my heart and made it mushy and squishy! What follows is many a funny but very sweet dramatic scenes at home with his mother crying and worrying about her “Shona” and his father making a list of relatives to call in an emergency to which Deep is sure he would die first before he calls any one of these relatives.
The ratio of every th blog of mine and his new book coming is almost the same. Mar 02, VenkateshVeera rated it did not like it. Jul 16, Ramesh Manickavel rated it liked it. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
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Confessions of a jade lord. The end was a little bit uncommon and unexpected, the ending could had been a lot better than it was, seemed durjyo if the author was in a hurry to wrap it up. Durjoy has always been my favourite and I wouldn’t say no to his books.
A good, light read for anyone who likes love stories and also books, as it has many good books mentioned ; Everywhere it was pleasure reading the book with no disappointment. But Deep also has to come to terms with another reality: You’ve successfully reported this review. Had I not formed a bad image of Durjoy when I first read one of his books, now after reading this one, I would have considered him a sensible author.
A bit slow bit it did make me realize what all hardships Blind people data to deal with everyday. The speed with which he comes up with a new book is quite exciting as we, his loyal readers, do not have to wait for a long time to read what our favorite writer writes. Durjoy has evolved as a writer and he effectively mixes humorous elements with sensitivity and skill.
Also Durjoy has described a blind girl’s feelings and thoughts very well. Deep is a bookworm and his only two friends are Manasi and Aman. Otherwise Durjoy can never write a story which has a good foundation but not the treatment.
The love story might not be a very touching one but still there was sensibility and maturity in his writing which did not make the read, at least, boring quite unlike the previous one. The narration of how Deep is being interned in Hong Kong, and his mother’s pain, his father’s toughness, his friends’ annoyance etc.
And this is only the 3rd book in which he has no co-author and he hld done all the work single-handed.