“Your dreams are mine now” by Ravinder Singh

Hey there. . How are you doing?
Lately knowingly or unknowingly I’m choosing the novels with tregedy within. This book by young Indian author of our age named Ravinder Singh is one that impressed me so much. As I have noticed his story plot includes various social problems and recent heart braking situation happening around us. The best part of his writing is his realistic approach rather than writing down a fairy tale.
In this film he confirms that the love story and the political games can never have happy ending. His efforts to reach the audience with blunt cruel truth of nation’s current situation has impressed me the most.
I have just finished the book and I can not believe that I haven’t shed a tear over it. But I’m sure as hell that my heart is crushed and torn by the book.
It’s aching and painful truth that many people go through.
Prayers for such family and friends and loved ones who actually face such devastating turns in their life.
RIP the victims of brutal lust of hideous monstrous creatures.
I’d say read it ones.
Going now.. Take care of yourselves there.! Bye.




The last book I read.. Half girlfriend by Chetan Bhagat


Hey there!..
Last week when I went on family trip I had took a book with me ‘half girlfriend’ by famous  Indian writer of our time. I finished it today noon. It was a tragic start. A sentence “Because Riya is dead” on the second page just broke my heart. I immediately got low as I have tendency to easily get involved with the character’s emotions. I felt what he felt,I cried every time she would reject him and hurt him. I got butterflies in my tummy every time she would let him hug her and display any affection towards him. It’s amazing how words on paper can work. How it lets you know all the hidden thoughts going on in the fictional character’s mind. On other hand in reality it’s just confusing and almost impossible to understand as people’s words and actions doesn’t really sync.(haha)
Isn’t it silly how we all want to understand others and still are so scared to let them in worried of being judged and rejected.
Oh boy, there I started rambling again.. I’m sorry.!
Back to the book. It’s typical Chetan Bhagat book. If you’re his fan you’ll enjoy. I’m not going to spoil and write down any more details and let you find out for yourself.
Now I shall finish my post here.
Take good care of yourselves..
TUDles. . . ❤

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