The Secret Wish List
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4.2
1,703 Ratings &
197 Reviews
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5

Superlike for this book and India is getting some seriously talented authors

A very good attempt.. I think India is answering in a nice way by producing talented new authors. Some of them I have mentioned below.I am a vivid reader and read almost all the books that come my way. This book is one of the best.

1. I too had a love story - Ravinder Singh
2. That's the way we met- Sudeep Nagarkar
3. Journey Of Two Hearts- Anuj Tiwari
4. The Secret Wish List- Preeti
5. Life is what you make it- Preeti
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Kinjal Batra

Jan, 2013

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5

I loved it! :)

I am a great fan of Preeti Shenoy. I love her blogs but have never read her books! Bad! I know! This is the first book of hers that I read and I must say it is awesome! I loved the way she had written it and I fell in love with her writing again! A simple plot but the way it was narrated was so good. I read the book 2 times back to back on the same day! I have already suggested and forced few of my friends to buy this book. :P Seriously, don't miss reading it! :)

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Gayathri Kannan

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Apr, 2013

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VERY ENRICHING READ

I loved “life is what you make it” by the same author. Infact it was first book of her that I read. I equally enjoyed, “tea for two and piece of cake”. So I was very excited to read, “the secret wishlist” specially since I had preordered it and got a personalized author signed book.

The interesting and intriguing story of protagonist Diksha made me read the complete book in one go. Though at some places I found striking similarities with “tea for two and a piece of cake’ yet I could apprecia...
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AMAN GUPTA

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Jan, 2013

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Great read

Just completed reading "The Secret Wishlist"..Well, i took three days to read the book so as to think over the chapters read in a day....The book is a very engrossing read and Preeti was successful in touching all the minute details that were otherwise been overlooked by most authors....She created the character of the protagonist "Diksha" very well and in such a way so that it can be related and all of it felt so genuine...Many a times while attending many seminars related to personality dev...
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Bhargab Kakati

Dec, 2012

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Engrossing Saga of Indian Women

An engrossing tale of an Indian Women who as a young girl has ambitions and her own identity. Yet, she succumbs to parental pressures and ends up getting married to someone she doesn't look up. She has an independent house, a smart kid, high earning husband and supposedly everything that typical conservative Indian Parents would call for in a perfect Married life. But there's definitely more to life. An identity for oneself, a relationship with your better half that gives you space to breathe...
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Megha Singh

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Dec, 2012

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One word -- Spectacular.

One of the best books you would ever come across. The author is a born storyteller whose books top the bestsellers and her writings continue to inspire many.About The Secret Wish List, Captivating story line, realistic characters, a kind of narration that is bound to transport you to exotic locations, makes you feel heart warming true and deep friendship and care, an insight into the existence of few robotic humans.This is a story of how the protagonist Diksha gets to live a life of her choic...
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Harini

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Jun, 2013

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Boring

Very boring story.. with no ethics and no integrity...It only teaches about cheating and infidelity.
What example would she have on her child, though only nine year old but some day he would grow into a man...
Diksha was aware what is right for her but morally & ethically she was finding it difficult to confront the truth till caught red handed..

Advice: if you want to experience what exactly a boring book is, read this one just as i did.. :)
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Tasneem Ali

Feb, 2013

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All the time a question lingers in my mind,"Does every person intend to live their life THEIR OWN WAY".I think the answer to this question will come in two time frames, Before Marriage and After Marriage.
So Before it should be an YES and After it should be a NO
Someone married should realize this and make to live life "OUR OWN WAY" if not it will become a "MY OWN WAY" after marriage which is a mess.
And often the basics of "After marriage adjustments" one has to take will not be explained t...
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Kesav Kumar

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Dec, 2012

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Addictive till end.

It seems like writer got mistakenly confused between character names(pg no: 234).. Felt bit sad when came to know the book comes under "Fiction" category.. hope it was real.. Apart from that novel is excellent and addictive till last page..
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Sneha Khatwani

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Feb, 2013

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Passable

Initially, I got to read Preeti's Tea for two..... It was indeed good but I feel, she has used the same template for The Secret wish list. (Failed Marriage, Early day crush, dominating husband same ol'stuff). I didn't find SWL that engaging. Too predictable..
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Sandeep

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