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Few Things Left Unsaid is a story of love, romance, and heartbreak. It shows how college friends Aditya and Riya fall in love with each other, only to have their hearts broken because of Aditya’s childish and rude behaviour.
Summary Of The Book
Few Things Left Unsaid, published in 2011, revolves around the protagonist Aditya, and the love of his life, Riya. Aditya is a young guy who doesn't know what he wants to do in life. The only thing that he is certain of is that he absolutely hates engineering. Aditya feels out of place till he meets his college mate Riya. He falls in love with her, and the two of them become a couple. Their relationship progresses pretty fast, and both of them make seven promises to each other, much like the ones that are made by a groom and bride during a wedding.
Aditya and Riya are happy together, and start believing in eternal love. Unfortunately, the protagonist starts to mistrust his girlfriend, which eventually leads to a breakup. Unfortunately, the lack of trust between the two overpowers their love, and Riya leaves Aditya. Every aspect of Aditya’s life starts to spiral downwards after this incident. Few Things Left Unsaid shows how this young man’s reckless behaviour and immaturity leads to big complications in his life, as well as that of Riya’s.
Few Things Left Unsaid is a story about finding and losing the person you love. The plot comes from the author’s own life and his experiences while in college. This book has been written in a simple language, and is bound to pull at the heartstrings of the readers. 8000 copies of this book were sold within two months of publication. By 2013, that number had escalated to more than one million copies.
About Sudeep Nagarkar
Sudeep Nagarkar is an Indian author, electrical engineer, and a motivational speaker.
He has written books like Thats The Way We Met and It Started With A Friend Request.
Nagarkar completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics from Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai. At present, he is doing his PGDM in Business Management at the Welingkar Institute, Mumbai. The author’s books have been translated into many regional languages. He has given motivational speeches at various organizations and institutions. Nagarkar is a music enthusiast, and he lives in Mumbai.
|Number of Pages||249 Pages|
Sudeep born in February 26, 1988 at Mumbai, India. A penchant for creative writing grown into him in his engineering days. If he would not have been in engineering this could not have been possible. He believes that love happens just once... Rest is just life. Besides writing he is an electronics engineer by profession.
\n\n You can reach Sudeep Nagarkar on firstname.lastname@example.org and also on facebook. He presently lives in Mumbai
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Nov 19, 2012
Worst book I ever readBad english, horrible storyline, inapt characterization - this author can't make sentences with more than 3 words!! All the characters seem sick and purposeless in life.
Jul 30, 2012
novel wid d immature protagonists!! total waste of moneythis novel (as they say!! ) is a crap! i regret ordering dis bok. d main leads of d story r very immature. ending is not appropraitely narrated. only d people who actually dnt knw wat a novel is will surely like dis work!!
Apr 5, 2012
Mediocre -- Didnt even bother to finish itThis is just one more from the long line of sappy love stories written by yet another wannabe "author". Unlike the ones from durjoy dutta, this one doesnt pull you into the story. The characters & the plot lack depth. It maybe straight from the author's heart, but that does not excuse the bad grammar & spelling mistakes, felt like I was reading a high school essay. Couldn't run a spell check also huh. Overall a below average title , keep away from it.
Apr 4, 2012
How could this book be published???????The language is so poor....lot of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.... seems like the book was never edited....The 'national bestseller' tag was the worst joke of all!! Some of the reviews were indeed misleading. Wish I hadnt bought the book!!
Aug 6, 2012
TOTAL WASTE OF MONEYFull of immature thoughts. repeating statements. Some teenagers might like it. Similar stories are better said by other proven authers. I wonder how this book became a national bestseller. I suggest all the youngsters to stay away from this book. stay away from love at young age and better focus on studies and listen to your parents. DO NOT BUY. I wanted to give ZERO rating but 1 star is the least you can give.
Jul 30, 2012
What a Dud..............I just can not believe that this book has been written by some engineer. What he needs to do is first learn some english books bcoz it's some time for third world war to happen. The book is full of editing errors, wrong spellings that too on the back cover, horrible grammer usage by the author and his addiction to use the same word after every single line. What i would recommend the author is to better concentrate on his job because this book is not even worth Rs 10 forget about Rs 100. Please spare the horror. The ratings column doest not include zero so i left that column as blank.
Sep 2, 2011
Few Things left unsaid!!! A memorable love story.Completed in a day.Must read for all those who care for someone and love someone.It has everything which one will love to read.Surely a page turner.
Apr 6, 2012
TerribleI wonder how this book could ever be published!! Even a child in grade 3 can write better english than this. Terrible. Terrible.
Mar 27, 2012
best left unsaiddefinitely one of the worst books Ive ever read.i wouldn't want to rate this book also...it just leads to no where. while reading all i kept wondering was when will this torture get over, till i finally kept it away... not a book to recommend..
Mar 26, 2012
Total waste of timeAfter reading this book, I am very very surprised. How did the author find a publisher for his story? Was the publisher in his right mind to publish this rubbish??