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    I Loved A Street Woman (English, Paperback, Nitin Vinay Khare)

    I Loved A Street Woman  (English, Paperback, Nitin Vinay Khare)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Diamond Book
    • ISBN: 9789350830925, 9350830922
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 180
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    I Loved A Street Woman is the story of Captain Aviral. The Captain has had a heartbreaking past and is now trying to make life better for himself.

    Summary of the Book

    This is the story of a young war veteran and his attempt to make an improvement in his life. His childhood love has left him and he is recovering from war injuries. He is sad as he is sure that it was true love that he lost. He starts his own travel firm and is accompanied by a travel freak, Umrao, on a random trip. They visit old and forgotten cities, and experience the cults and practices of these places. They explore the life in the village like it has never been seen. Soon, the doubts that they kept hidden and their fears begin to unwind. Towards the end of trip Umrao disappears leaving no clue. Aviral finds out that she was a woman who belonged to the banned streets of some unknown town. Will Aviral accept and confess his love for her?

    About Nitin Vinay Khare

    Nitin Vinay Khare is a Sainik School alumnus and a Post Graduate student in Management. He prefers to live an anonymous and nomadic life, and is always in search of creative inspirations for his stories, poetry and paintings.

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      • 2012
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    Ratings and Reviews
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    5

    A great read!!

    I don't know how to put in a good review for a book. But, there is a sentence in this book that I feel is the highlight of the book itself - "I believe in you, I believe in God, and above all, I believe in love."
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    Nidhin Abraham

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    21 Sep, 2013

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    5

    awesome book by first time writers

    its really amazing to be in flow of the book and you didn't realize that story may happen to any one .. every one has a crush/unspoken love with some one in their life and this book is having the same feeling about the unspoken love ... great to read Hope to see something new and excited from the author in future ....
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    Romesh Kumar Jain

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    2 Sep, 2012

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    A piece of c**p

    The story feels like a crappy bolly flick, the title of book is not well thought, i mean i can describe the story in 3 lines- Aviral becomes driver for Umrao, falls in love, finds - oh gosh!! she is a "street women", she dies.Basically that's the story and rest of the pages are filled with historical data from NCERT books their are a lot of grammatical mistakes.
    The only star i have given is for the cover :P
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    Kanak Kalita

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    6 Feb, 2014

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    Not Bad but not a must read !

    The book is not that bad but obviously not a must Read.All those people love to read pure heavenly romantic story they can surely go for this book.
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    Sreetama Nayek

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    2 Oct, 2013

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    history book!!!!!

    book has a very good story in it..
    but for ppl lik me whu hate history subject , beware dont read it..
    i had to flip many pages , where there were so much description of places than the actual story of the book. it was nt like the story book , rather like a history book that reminds me of my 10th grade..
    worth reading once! true concepts of love depicted..
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    priyanka ginni

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    11 Jan, 2013

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    I loved a street woman-Title doesn't match

    the name is quite interesting.First part is very interesting .But,the second part of book is boring.Anyway we can finish this book in 2-3 hours.Most of the sentences are repetitive.Two epilogues are there anyway the first one isn't the epilogue and plot has many flaws at the end.ex:He mentioned about childhood girl friend in the second epilogue who has rejected him at the beginning itself.On the cover he mentioned the dilemma of protagonist Aviral to choose between two women.it's just to attr...
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    rajesh

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    7 Dec, 2012

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    Love of Journey

    I usually resist myself to be a reviewer of anything because i feel that every word one says about something or someone generates a bias for the same. Nevertheless I had bought this book as I know the writer not intensively but to some extent.
    I want to say that, to write and to be a writer are totally different things and the distinction between writing out of hobby and being professional is poles apart.
    When I started reading this novel I expected a lot from it. May be that was my fault. Bu...
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    Avinash

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    3 Dec, 2012

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    5

    wonderful narration and sweet theme

    story: 9.5 out of 10
    narration: 10 out of 10
    emotion and feelings introduction: outstanding
    use of words: lovely
    Sir,
    You have written a magnanimous book. We request everyone to buy this sweet narrative novel. From Thousand Miles magazine, we recommmend this book; you will love it reading all the while.

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    23 Sep, 2012

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    5

    A Journey of War, Humiliation and Love

    This novel is different from other romance novel. A tale of War, humiliation and Love from Prayag to Gangotri, moments revisited, relived in the writing of Nitin. His writing sparks the avid traveler inside me to break the boundaries and start doing what I love and wanted to perceive in this small lifetime. Keep up the good writing brother and all the best for a bright future.
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    Tosh Keshri

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    10 Sep, 2012

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    5

    Really Nice book to read...Great concept

    Nitin has done a great job on this book.One person can easily find out his research on historical places while reading book. His toughts about love are very well expressed in this book. He righlty said in epilouge that "Travelling is not just about visiting places.its much more than that". and you must agree after reading this book. A letter by Umrao for captain Aviral is just heart touching. I hope Nitin will come with another good book.
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    Nitesh Gupta

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    8 Sep, 2012

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