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  • Book Name: Something I Never Told You
  • Authors: Shravya Bhinder 
  • Pages: 256 
  • Genre:  Romantic Novel 
  • Publish Date: 14 February 2018
  • Language: English

Book Review:

I never told you by Shravya bender this book was published in February 2018 and the paperback version is currently priced at 220 rupees on Amazon Shravya bender is an Indian author who currently lives in Melbourne Australia and like many 

New Age writer she jumped on the writing bandwagon leaving her corporate career

This is a romantic book and is a story of Roenick aka Ronnie and Adira the narration is in first person by Ronnie the story begins from when Adira used to live at a PG would buy Ronnie's grandmother during that time Ronnie could not confess his love for Adira years later.

They end up in the same corporate company and then in the same team this is a journey of Ronnie's one-sided affair from becoming friends old to something different that fate had decided will there be a happy ending or will the relationship never work.

The attempts made by Ronnie who confesses his love are very sweet and endearing this is a very light read and can be finished in a day's sitting this is a typical Bollywood style writing and no surprises

If it is made into a movie or series by any Indian media house it has all the masalas which the Indian masses love the story is simple and pure the actual plot is short but the story feels a little dragged and boring there are too many grammatical mistakes 

I feel the editing of the book could have been much better I found this book to be mediocre by this book only if you are a romantic book lover and you love the idea of love itself personally 

I always like books that lets you broaden your horizons and teach you something concrete this book is either for the youth who have just ventured into a reading habit or for others who have not read any books for months 

remember once you finish this book then immediately jump to mainstream literature such as jump Larry Salman Rushdie or Aravind Adiga - a name you do not stay for long on this genre of books 

It may get you hooked but you will not improve your thinking aspects I treat reading as an opportunity to develop my wisdom some books like these which have a very good story can be skipped and watched on the big screen 

If at all it is made into a motion picture and we can wait till then something I never told you is something I would never give a thumbs up read it on a Sunday.




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