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Truly, Madly, Deeply

Posted on: October 12, 2011

Name : Truly,Madly,Deeply

Author: Faaraz Kazi

Genre : Indian Fiction

Pages : 302

Language: English

Publication Year: 2010

Is Review Spoiler: No

Movie based on this book : –

Awards : –

Rating: 4/5

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Truly,Madly,Deeply is debut novel by Faraaz Kazi, in this novel Faraaz tells an awesome and beautiful love story of Rahul and Seema. I was hooked into the story from the very first page where heart-broken Rahul wonder’s in park, finds the name of his love ‘Seema’ written by him on wood. The story is told from Rahul perspective in series of flash backs. The choice of words by Faraaz is pretty great.

The character development is pretty nice, especially Rahul, who tells this story. Seema’s character lack some details this may be because we see Seema from Rahul’s perspective. flow of story is very smooth but in the middle it flags a little with cricket/quiz/debate after that the story catches up the speed. the use of shayari’s and poetry in the book adds extra spice to book and poetry selection by Faraaz perfectly suits/shows Rahul’s feelings.

The book very nicely portraits the young lovers feeling, his insecurities, his jealousies, his love. Some dialogues sound really filmy and I loved those dialogues especially ‘palat,palat’ scene from ddlj. loved those removing the rose petals  while saying ‘he loves, he loves me not’ moments.

This is a beautiful tale of first love which will evoke so many emotions inside you that you can feel the pain of the character. The climax is really well written and sound little filmy but we all love filmy climaxes don’t we? Over all very good read for everyone and especially for romance fiction fans.

What happens when the most popular guy in school falls in love with his beautiful female equivalent? A pompous Rahul is head over heels in love with Seema, a shy lady from the same school. After a whirlwind of innocent encounters, their teenage romance blossoms but the two never confess their love for each other. Friends and even a few teachers approve of their relationship which is no secret to anyone thanks to Rahul’s flaunting nature. Seema, on the other hand, finds it difficult to handle the unnecessary attention she gets due to Rahul’s ostentatiousness. What follows is a series of misunderstandings and ego clashes causing them to drift apart. Rahul loses his popularity, his numero uno status, his sanity and ultimately his love. By the time he realizes what he has lost, it’s too late. He takes desperate measures to woo her back and win back her love. But will Rahul ever get back Seema? And will Seema ever realize how much Rahul loved her and all the misunderstandings that transpired between them? Is there really any room for misunderstandings in love? In today’s world, can a person’s first love ever be his last?

This teenage love story seeks answers to all these and more as it alternates between the past and the present events in the life of Rahul and makes you wonder; do all love stories have a happy ending? Or do all love stories end, ever? TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY promises to be a heart-warming and emotion filled tale that will captivate the reader’s heart and fascinate his mind and leave him pondering-DOES LOVE TRULY CONQUER ALL ODDS?

A fascinating, roller-coaster tale of teenage love, Kazi’s book depicts the emotion in its raw, confusing form- just the way you’d have experienced it the first time you fell in love with someone. Kazi’s penchant for detail is impressive and makes the book an alluring journey for all die-hard romantics.” -Tuhin Sinha, best-selling author of ‘That thing called love’ and ‘Of Love and Politics’

“The first book of an author always has a piece of the author’s soul in it. Faraaz has his soul in this one.” -Abhijit Bhaduri, best-selling author of ‘Mediocre but Arrogant’ and ‘Married but Available’.

You will love this if you ever truly, madly and deeply loved someone.

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6 Responses to "Truly, Madly, Deeply"

I usually don read book… but this made me think of it..
Nice review..

Regards,
J
http://mycreationz.wordpress.com

this is really a nice book, thanks for visiting my blog. do read other posts 🙂

Write a remoantic fiction novel is a kind on trend in Indian Author… And some authors write it very elegantly… I hope, this would be same category.. Will read it sure… In my Wishlist 🙂

this book is written very elegantly and enjoyed reading it, hope you will enjoy it too!

I like d song “Truly, Madly, Deeply’ bt dnt knw abt dis book..will read ..

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