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Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi
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Aug 22, 2011

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Read in September, 2011

the book was plain on the story! not a negative word i would comment on the book,but the character of the lead role was too whiny! certain parts of the book were brought in so big where i felt wasn't necessary for eg: the 3 min speech,the last talk (though i liked the way it was put up)..i was anticipated to know i end,getting along with it during my boring class...i did have fun ! the liked the scene of mars chocolate.. and to tell many memories i shared with the book of my broken love like rahul's...many scenes ran in my mind when i read the book!! thanks for the writer's work which finally helped me to start working on my script about my lost love( which i'm expecting to complete by last year of my U.G. so that i can present the book to her on the graduation day..may be it would be the last time i see her too!) review seems getting out of track in some way!! finally i end up saying the book proved again the love i had for Indian books ! i wish to read the book again to live the memories of my lost love! the poems included in the book were awesome! A good book for someone who's in love or with an infatuation ....
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