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Book Review Of Something I Never Told

Something I Never Told You 

By: Shravya Bhinder

Release: Feb 2019

Genre: Romance

Something I have Never Told

Summary for Something I Never Told You:

Something I Never Told, is a romantic love story of an average looking guy named Ronnie, who lives in Delhi and has a one sided love angle with a girl named Adira, who used to stay as a paying guest at his grandma's house. It has been three years that he was following her and not able to tell her about his feelings. On the other side, Adira's faith for love was shaken as her parents were getting divorced. To her, love is something which can happen in books and movies only. After three years, Ronnie's fate changes when he comes to know that the girl, with whom he was madly in love, started working with him. He gets a chance to go to Australia with her, by their organisation, where they interact with each other and become not just friends, but more than that. After returning back to India, they started to meet frequently and eventually got involved in a very serious relationship.

We start to take things for granted over the period of time, and this is what happened with Ronnie as well. His friends always used to demotivate him by saying that he would not be able to win Adira's heart. As the time passes, Ronnie's ego grows up and as a result of his huge ego whenever they used to fight, he never used to apologize even when he used to make mistakes. However, Adira used to forgive him each time. She always used to say sorry to him. Things got worst when Ronnie ended up his love story with an ugly fight and stating "She is no more to her". At that night, Adira met with an accident and went into coma. Since then, Ronnie is waiting for her to be conscious/live again. He is waiting for the day when she would break her silence and he will get a chance to say her "Sorry".
Unfortunately, that day has not come till date the book was published.
Ronnie dedicated this book hoping that one day Adira would break her silence and would read it, as book reading was her favorite past time.


My Review for Something I Never Told You:

This is a typical Indian love story in which there is an average looking boy who loves a very rich and beautiful girl. Eventually, with his long efforts, the girl started liking him and they started to date each other. Later on, the problems arise and they end up with breaking their relationship. I didn't find any essence of romance in it. The title of this book is catchy, but I couldn't find it justifiable. I was expecting much more from this book, as the title seemed very interesting. Though the language used in this book is simple and easy, it could not hold readers for long time. At times I got bored while reading, as the story is very predictive. At one point of time, I felt like I was reading a Bollywood sort of fantasized story. I can understand that it could be a true story, but I didn't enjoy much while reading.


My Rating for Something I Never Told You: 2.5/5












Book Review Of Something I Never Told Book Review Of Something I Never Told Reviewed by Archana Singh on March 17, 2019 Rating: 5

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