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    Wrong Means Right End  (English, Paperback, Varsha Dixit)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Rupa Publication
    • ISBN: 9788129120465, 8129120461
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 320
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    Wrong Means Right End is a compelling sequel to Varsha Dixit’s bestselling book Right Fit, Wrong Shoe. It is a cheerful and heartening story of friendship and love, packed with unexpected turns of events.

    Summary of the Book

    Wrong Means Right End follows the two best buddies, Sneha and Nandini, who now face new complications of the heart, of feelings. Sneha is a hardworking single mother who has brushed off all the ideas of falling in love again, in spite of several matchmaking attempts made by Nandini. Nandini is happily wedded to Aditya Sarin, an industrialist. But Sneha is into a world of shock when she meets the self-made but haughty man Nikhil, with whom she has a history that would never fade away. On the other hand, Aditya’s ex-fiancée Gayatri, comes to town with a strong determination to ruin Aditya and Nandini’s marriage. The only way for Sneha to save her close friend Nandini’s marriage is to seek help from Nikhil. Will she be able to convince Nikhil for this earnest attempt? Will Gayatri succeed in her intentions of destroying a happy marriage?

    About Varsha Dixit

    Varsha Dixit is an Indian writer and the author of this book. She previously worked in the TV industry in Mumbai, before moving to the United States with her family. Being an ardent fan of murder mysteries, Varsha initially intended on writing books on serial killers, but decided against it as she finds it difficult to hurt or kill anyone, even on paper. She finished her schooling at St. Mary’s Convent in Kanpur, and completed her B.A. (Honours) degree in Political Science at the Indraprastha College, New Delhi. She has also authored Xcess Baggage and the prequel to this book, Right Fit Wrong Shoe.

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      • 2012
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    Ratings and Reviews
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    Leaves an Impact

    Wrong Means Right End, has a more interesting plot than it's prequel Right Fit Wrong Shoe. The writer's focus shifts to Sneha from Nandini in this one, as they leave "Cawnpore" for a better glamorous life in Bombay. The story basically focuses on Sneha's melancholic life and why she can't move on and find love again. The author again succeeds in portraying the strong bond between the BFFs, for nandini is always involved in hooking up sneha, and how the latter can give up everything to save he...
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    Amelia Callaghan

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    15 Sep, 2012

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    awsm buk in luv wid nikhil

    awsome book,characters are sooo real..i still love right fit wrong shoe but it definately is my 2nd favourite book..!!!!a must read...the love scenes between sneha and nikhil were soo good and like always nandini and aditya were soo lovable..!!
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    Ritvika Pasbola

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    11 Nov, 2012

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    Fabulous!

    Nice story like it...
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    Praveen Kumar

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    Waste of money!

    Boooring... I litrally fell to sleep. Would recommend this to insomaniacs.
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    Madhu Modi

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    19 Oct, 2016

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    Wrong means Right end-u nvr kn anything cn happen

    Wonderful plots and a beautiful journey of two people..
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    Manoshi Biswas

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    11 Sep, 2016

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    A must read

    The story is fun to read and beautifully narrated. The language is simple and the flow is good. The story is fast paced and engrossing, I read it till 3 A.M. on two consecutive nights. The chapter titles are different as they were in her previous book. Some scenes have been described so well that it was easy for me to picturise them.

    The story takes up where the previous one left off, so the characters are the same and their feelings have been described well. The camaraderie between the char...
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    AB

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    10 May, 2016

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    Interesting, decent, and quick

    WRME sort of picks up from where RFWS ended, but focuses more on the life of the recently-divorced Sneha, Nandini's best friend and hugely instrumental in getting Nandini and Aditya together.
    Divorced and in a new city, with a little son as her responsibility, Sneha's character is inspiring. She is shown to not be shy of the fact that her life has fallen apart or the lack of money in the life she is building for herself. Her respect for herself and her struggles is real, believable, and cert...
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    Nikita Jhanglani

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    30 Mar, 2016

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    Cannot compete with the first part..

    The story and book in whole fails to impress like the first one did. Too many references to richness of the male protagonists and unrealistic, fake situations kill the deal. It's more like someone has hastily recorded their day-dream as a book. "OMG, this happened, and then, I think that should happen" sort of teenage novel.
    Timepass thing if you really have no other book to read. Fails to touch heart like the previous one did.
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    Shilpa Taneja

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    15 Jul, 2015

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    nice title according to te book

    the book is awesome and must read if u have read n loved its first part.....right fit wrong shoe..
    the book much focuses on sneha and her life set up in mumbai but gud one to read
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    Aavrati Maurya

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    23 May, 2015

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    Good but not as good as RFWS

    The book is good, however it was not as gripping as RFWS. It seemed pretty similar to RFWS. A good read nonethless.
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    Anupama Chaudhari

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