Flirting with Fate
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Flirting with Fate Reviews
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103 Ratings &
60 Reviews
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karma Returns

I usually love reading love stories and this was my first try at crime thriller. I loved the way author has written and described the characters, situation and its tag line "Karma Returns".

Now I think twice before doing anything. Maybe at some point of time my karma returns...
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Rajat Singh

Mar, 2013

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Truly justfied with the content

awsummm bookkkkk.... please read it to find how life neutralizes....

fantabulous writing..... the emotions... the learning and the part that people played was so very meaningful and really made the book a live story...... After reading this the pont gets very clear everythng neutralize in single birth... watever we do .... OUR KARMA RETURNS
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Ankit Verma

Feb, 2013

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KARMA ALWAYS RETURNS...

*A real MUST READ after such a long tenure*

As the topic goes, Flirting With Fate, the novel gets its meaning in entirety of how fate pays back for the flirt one plays with it. Sometimes we do things, that we feel are unnoticed by the beings around us, and we think if we don't get caught, it means we are not committing crime. But the novel tells us how and in what manner are we penalized in the same birth, on the same earth.

I personally thoroughly enjoyed this page-turner Crime-thriller, F...
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Pratham Devang

Jan, 2013

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Review for Flirting With Fate

This is the one of the best novel of Preeti Singh. Her writing style is very simple and clear.This book has good story and base.It gives a lesson to those who believe that they can do anything in their own way and can get what ever they want.
End of the story is not predictable. When i started reading this book i thought it will teach lesson for bad deeds as usually happen, but end is different which one can not think.

I will not disclose this.Please read it once to know that.
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Ruchi Chhibber

Jan, 2013

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flirting with fate

guys i realy wanna praise NOVEL, FLIRTING WITH FAITH BY PREETI SINGH

It ws rly admrble reading a buk lk FLIRTING WITH FATE.A diff stuff rathr dn dose stupid collge romance lke love stories vd diff chrctrs..felt rly peculiar to 9 a phyco prsn lk Anand..evrytme he kills & takes revenge 4m people,got me goosebms n xcitd me 2 read mre n mre 2 9 huz nxt..hz death is prfctly accmplshd.i nvr blve in KARMA bt aftr ds m lft vd ques mark..loved fluffy..well wrttn full f exctmnt n suprss.u cnt get boar...
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Neha Aggarwal

Dec, 2012

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Reader's Review of Flirting with Fate

Poor show of extremely pathetic writing skills, as boring as possible, concept was good but execution was disastrous. First Novel statement is not worth the excuse. Sheer wastage of money. 1.5/10 Not at all recommended.
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Siddhartha Yadav

Sep, 2012

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Huge disappointment

I purchased the book based on the summary which was quiet promising. The story line appealed to me and i expected it to be great. But this one was just another lame attempt by the newcomers to write a story. The narration was pathetic and boring.
Somehow finished it.
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Bhautik Patel

Aug, 2012

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ok ok

attempt is nice but the language is not. could have justified the principle much more. a number of grammatical mistakes here & there. perhaps it's the same with all the mahaveer books, dozens of typos and tense issues.
but anyway a good attempt can improve by reading better authors who write suspense.
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Shubham Singla

Jul, 2012

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Flirting with Fate - Karma always Returns

Preeti Singh’s debut novel Flirting with Fate is job of surpassing excellence. As the title of the novel comes with the tagline “Karma always Returns” one finds the author focusing on the life of an orphan boy, who picks up the path of crime to fulfill his means and desires; hence emphasizing on the theme of Karma. As the saying goes, whatever deeds one does: either good or bad, they are paid off. Thus, the theme of Karma has become an eye-catcher for all.

The story is set in the 80s whe...
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Mridul Kalra

Jul, 2012

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Karma Returns

I need to admit specially that I actually loved the subject of the book. Message is clear still difficult to digest for all of us. We can fool ourselves about all our wrong deeds but can't change the destiny which is nothing but the result of our own 'Karma' whether good or bad. And that's the reason they say 'You Reap What You Sow'. Theme so selected is actually worth writing a book ...at least I felt so.
Apart from all these I liked the climax given to all the main characters which was equ...
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Kinjal Joshi

Jul, 2015

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