Can Love Happen Twice?

Can Love Happen Twice?

  • Author, Ravinder Singh
  • ISBN No. 0143417231
  • No of Pages: 224
  • Language: English

When Ravin first said I love you . . . he meant it forever. The world has known this through Ravin s bestselling novel, I Too Had a Love Story. But did Ravin s story really end on the last page of that book? On Valentine s Day, a radio station in Chandigarh hosts a very special romantic chat

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  • Suraj Upadhyay says on 12th May 2017 | 02:05 am

    After reading his first work,(i too had a love story) you will get strong urge to know what happened next but this one will disapoint you to the core. there's only two moments when you get that goosebumps which you had in his first book. one is when you find ravin is in some rehabilitation center for MDD, and another is when he realises Feb 24 : The date when he had lost khushi and the same date when her new GF had broke up with him. book raises many loop holes, question... In the start narrator makes you wonder, what ? he again lost his new love by some accident or something ??? but then you realise nothing sort of that had happened. in the book he himself acclaims that he is a writer which in reality he is. then how come he couldn't come across the point that has been disclosed to him by her gf's father. as writers always have the habbit of second thought on everything, they tends to visualise and overthink on the things which matter more to them. he didn't even had a thought that the girl was impressed by his love story and the fact that he is a writer. she was a college student while he was a working man with a experince, it was obious that she will fall but instead of that he didn't forgot to include her stupid reason as she is her second love, people will always take his and khushi name first. what about those five feather made promises come gift she had given to him, in which one was for when they have argument/fight then he can use it to convince her. he never used it. if you call yourself a writer then you should also know the power of words. you can use it to counter, deffend or manipulate anyone who brokes their words they had made to you. inbetween book makes you feel laugh, but sometime may bore you to the death. Overall it's a one time read that's all i can say !!!,

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