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When Our Worlds Meet Again (General Press)

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Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 16th 2018 by General Press
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Sarika Patkotwar
Feb 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
Actual rating- 3.5

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I have read and enjoyed author Aniesha Brahma’s books in the past. Well, I’ve also met her and she’s a wonderful friend and human being. And guess what? She’s also a great author. When I read When Our Worlds Collide, I felt like I was part of Akriti and Zayn’s rollercoaster story. So when I got to know that the sequel to their story, When Our Worlds Meet Again was out, I had to read t
Tonja Drecker
Dec 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
With lots of heart, tough questions surrounding life, family and romance slam against the questions of goals and the paths a person desires to take.

Now back from business school, Akriti has taken over her mother's cafe and plays mom to her younger step-siblings, since her real father and her step-mother can't seem to keep their own lives in order. She's under quite a bit of stress as she tries to juggle the constant responsibilities. And then, Zayn shows up again, taking a break from his PhD sin
Vinay Leo
Dec 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
It's quite interesting when familiar characters return to a familiar setting but with a new story set to unfold. That's kind of what happens in this book, though there is, I feel, a familiarity to some parts of this novel in that story too.

As with the previous novel, Aniesha does justice to the main characters while trying to give the secondary characters closure to their parts in the journey. Akriti's character takes on more responsibility, jumps more into daily life forgetting to live and ins
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Aniesha Brahma holds a MPhil degree in Comparative Literature. She has a Bachelors and a Masters degree in the same subject. She was schooled in Dolna Day School, where she had first discovered her love for writing. Besides writing, she enjoys reading books, blogging, volunteering and of course, listening to music. Visit her blog for more updates.

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