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.
Worst book I ever read
19 Nov, 2012
6 Apr, 2012
How could this book be published???????
4 Apr, 2012
best left unsaid
27 Mar, 2012
Mediocre -- Didnt even bother to finish it
5 Apr, 2012
TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY
6 Aug, 2012
novel wid d immature protagonists!! total waste of money
30 Jul, 2012
Total waste of time
26 Mar, 2012
few things left unsaid..... something that every1 must read...
27 Dec, 2011
What is Love?
6 Apr, 2012