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A Thousand Unspoken Words by Paulami Duttagupta
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it was amazing

The story of two souls who are designed to be together but are they destined to be so? I would not want to divulge more than this.

The author has a superb ability to draw visuals through her descriptions, and so we find ourselves at different places at different times without having to do guesswork. The story not only has two strong central characters, but equally strong supporting ones- you end up thinking and clearly remembering about some of these characters as well, even after you finish the story; a privilege usually reserved for the "hero-heroine" of ordinary tales- but then, this is no ordinary story.

The story has immense potential for a sequel, since most of the characters have enough depth to carve out more stories.

I conclude with the hope that Paulami seriously contemplates a sequel. There are quite a few readers awaiting it.
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February 29, 2016 – Shelved

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