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It's Never Too Late...

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In a nation where most women are taught to be submissive atevery stage in life, Maya stands out. In a society that finds fault inwomen for heinous crimes like rape, Maya stands up.Maya and Rajat fall in love while they study at IIT Kanpur;their daughter Sejal only makes the bond stronger even after yearsof marriage. Life is almost perfect when two petty criminalsdecide to ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 5th 2014 by Srishti Publishers & Distributors
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Purnendu Chatterjee
May 03, 2014 Purnendu Chatterjee rated it liked it
On the name and the cover:
The cover looks sober and very well suits the book. Headlines of papers, pictures of women and a happy family picture, makes this cover a head-turner. Wasim Helal, the cover designer has done his part of job efficiently.
‘To win the battle against your biggest enemy: Fear’ – the tag line of the book says everything about the story. After completing the book, readers will appreciate the effort of the author to choose such an appropriate name and tag line for this work.

Amrit Sinha
Jan 21, 2014 Amrit Sinha rated it really liked it
‘It’s Never Too Late’ isn’t just a story, or a fiction that you can read in leisure and keep away on your bookshelves; rather it’s a tale, an inspiration, of standing tall and fighting against adversity, facing blows and yet not being unfazed by them. It’s a depiction of bravery, nudging you to follow suit and get rid of your worst enemy – Fear.

We all have that inherent sense of fear playing in our subconscious; fear that can paralyze us and ruin our happiness. How often have we fallen prey to t
b00k r3vi3ws
Jul 16, 2014 b00k r3vi3ws rated it really liked it

Welcome to Maya and Rajat’s life as they meet, fall in love, celebrate new life and tackle hurdles together.

Maya and Rajat meet is, while studying in IIT-Kanpur. From being fellow IIT-ian to being friends to falling in love… Maya and Rajat take their time as they become more and more sure about what they want, they get married with promises of love, friendship and companionship. When Sejal, their daughter is born, their relationship takes on a new level al
Ayaan Basu
Jan 30, 2014 Ayaan Basu rated it liked it
To start off the cover design was very sober and syncs well with the main theme of the story . When I started reading it , it was enthralling with that same old college romance of IIT ( which we read a lot in the past half a decade ) continued till page-102 but author managed to maintain a good balance juggling between past and present.The story picks up momentum from page 103 - I won't narrate the story in brief and crack the suspense but the subject selection as the theme of the book is worth ...more
Maniparna Sengupta majumder

Priyanka Baranwal's debut work It's Never Too Late is about a woman , Maya , who shows the courage to stand against all evils on a fretful night . The first half of the book ( about 100 pages ) is dedicated to the days when both and Maya and Rajat were students of the IIT-Kanpur and though they were good friends but they were unaware of the fire which they both shared for each other . Their hearts spoke to them only when Maya , after finishing her engineering c
Shubham Shubham
Feb 27, 2014 Shubham Shubham rated it liked it
Well, if you shall ask me to judge it on the basis of it's literal presentation, I shall surely say that the book is not an attractive creation nor can you spend your time to read it twice. It never asks this.
But still, there is a certain attempt that you shall feel getting a success finally, an attempt that author had done. yes, she had a story and the story was not just a story. You shall have to agree with this point of my view.
There is an inspiration and a question that this story pushes int
Priyanka Roy Banerjee
May 19, 2014 Priyanka Roy Banerjee rated it it was ok
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What does a woman do when she’s alone and attacked inside her own house? How does she protect herself and her daughter? How does she overcome her fear? In the book, Maya has a loving husband Rajat and a pretty little daughter Sejal. She’s a happy woman, bound within the wings of her wonderful family. Snippets from her life are framed into scenes and described to the readers – from her student self at IIT to the wife and mother that she becomes later.

The author has shown maturity in choosing the
The women of 21st century are not supposed to take violence, physical abuse, molest, attack or rape silently. It’s time that we fight back. We need to overcome our fear someday, we need to realize our strength and we need to strongly give it back to the hooligans. Of course, because we are less than none!

Debutant author, Priyanka Baranwal’s book ‘Its Never Too Late’ is a simple story woven around a strong theme which advocates that a woman has to decide to fight her fears and destiny one day.

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Priyanka Baranwal is a freelance writer, poet and blogger. She is a science graduate and certified in Diploma in Pre & Primary Teacher’s Training with Specialization in Teaching English from American TESOL Institute, and Textile Designing. She has been a well appreciated teacher and has also worked with a NGO in Bangalore as Corporate Relationship Officer. She loves music, literature, writing, ...more
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