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While I was eading this story guessing what kind of plot this story as at 1st I thought it s a teenage love story after few pages I thought no its a omantic adult story later oops it s a psychic story Omg I am totally wrong it s a crime story and I finally finished the book and got to know what story it is I am just going to say it s a twisted story It s eally a page turner having a time for it is not a bad thing to do so try on your own to taste the twist Its a perfect story to grip you till the end and almost what you try and think about the suspense it will prove you wrong arely very very few people may guess it ight I truly ecommend it to people who like to ead suspense books There are a few editing errors and spelling mistakes that i found Apart from this even if a few sex scenes would have been emoved it would have done fine for me it was little overdo specially in the initial part onlyOver all its a good suspense novel D Kudos Novo waiting for you next one Y It was a ecommendation from my friend I don t egret eading this as it was easily finishedT he concept is old Author has tried his maximum effort some parts are good The exchange between the teens and their confusion was uite genuine What I didn t enjoy was the grown up version of NeelReally Was it eally surprising No as I said the concept is eally old and it was no mystery where all the twists were leading me to But it was a good attemptMy friend has also ecommended Stranger series which may be better being his later works hopefully the author progresses in his workThe gist What will you do if one day a svelte and sexy girl comes up to you and says she is your ex And the only thing you know about her is that you don t know anything about herNeel an aspiring author meets Nivrita at the Jaipur Literary Festival Though Nivrita says she is his ex he emembers nothing and yet everything about her seems to lure him to unravel the mystery she personifies The he is drawn to her the Neel feels guilty because he is already in a steady elationship with Titiksha the love of his lifeWhen Nivrita makes a tempting offer to Neel which he accepts for his own good his life slowly begins to spiral out of control while Titiksha starts turning into a stranger until Neel ealizes there s much than his eyes To get to his heart she seduced his mindWhat will you do if one day a svelte and sexy girl comes up to you and says she is your ex And the only thing you know about her is that you don’t know anything about herNeel an aspiring author meets Nivrita at the Jaipur Literary Festival Though Nivrita says she is his ex he emembers nothing an.

An see and mind can ecollect It was an ok ead He s done it before And he s done it again This writer sure knows how to weave an interesting and uniue story and then add MORE peculiar twists to it His That Kiss In The Rain and A Thing Beyond Forever have stayed my favorite till today and this one didn t disappoint me either However some things I d like to say about this book The writing could be a tad bit better considering he s already penned A Thing Beyond Forever where in my opinion his writing was marvelous and elouent This one seemed amateur at a few bits here and there Also his habit of throwing in company names left and ight gave it an impression of a movie with blatant product placementOther than that Neel saying that he slept with Nivrita only for his bookwhich later Neel keeps epeating to make us believe it was also not true He slept with her out of lust It s as simple and clear as that Whatever Denial I get it As the story progresses Nivrita is shown to be annoying Neel and he doesn t want to have to do anything to do with her But later on in the end he jumps for her because of some obligation or for correcting his wrong and the story ends with her telling him Just say you love me or something like that How can he love Nivrita now I mean he s a different person now and she s a different person now He lusts for hersure and one can t blame him for it But he s also not in love with her like before any He has only heard his story and even if he believes it he cannot love someone just because That didn t make much sense to me If only Mr Novoneel had shown Nivrita and Neel getting closer as the story unfolds would it make senseBut whatever I actually liked this book and am glad to have ead it I d like to end this eview with a paragraph from the book which I d say was a gem for me and This paragraph summed up our generation so well And it almost made up for his not that awesome writing My generation went to school but we were not merely school students There was nothing innocent about us And we definitely weren t ignorant about anything It was all there ight in front of us from the latest development in the cosmos to the latest adult MMS With such information available to us 24X7 how could anyone be innocent It was like how certain fruit sellers force i. D yet everything about her seems to lure him to unravel the mystery she personifies The he is drawn to her the Neel feels guilty because he is already in a steady elationship with Titiksha the love of his life When Nivrita makes a tempting offer to Neel which he accepts for his own good his life slowly begins to spiral out of control wh.

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Pen the fruits and make them eady for selling My generation was getting forced ipened just like that Growth wise our mind was ahead of our body Hence our inner self was naturally a breeding ground for a lot of shit because everyone including me was a school going adult At sixteen we behaved like twenty five we said slangs with ease we were casual and experimental with our sexuality we searched for love because our hormones wanted us to and not because our heart felt the need to we were selfish we had no clue what our culture was all about what freedom was for our previous generations seemed like a cage for us because we wanted to leap ahead where our predecessors had stopped out of fear and shame We didn t complain about each other to parents any ather we showed middle fingers and bitched it out we were eady to fight we liked noise we loved chaos we kissed and smooched at the drop of a hat because the American television series told us that s the cool thing to do We watched porn than we prayed We were a group of attention seekers and emotion haters So yes our generation had come a long way from Yo didun s And the gap was so much that our elders our education system or our own morals no longer could teach us a better way to grow up into mature adults And whenever they tried to change us we had our middle fingers eady for them too We were a fuck all generation Keep them good stories coming Mr Chakraborty I bought this book after only eading its back cover The plot sounded intriguing so I took it homeI honestly wasn t expecting much of a story I thought it was going to be a trashy novel with a sensational plot and not much else I was wrongEx is an intense novel and it left me overwhelmed It s the story of a man called Neel Chatterjee who esigns from his day job to pursue dreams of becoming an author He has a girlfriend called Titiksha who seems to care for him a lot But he leaves her at home and goes to Jaipur where he meets a mysterious woman called Nivrita It s after this meeting that uncanny things begin to happen and Neel doesn t know what to think any Nivrita commissions Neel to write his first novel it s a story that takes him to unknown depthsSo this book has a complex layered narrative where there s a story within a story Overall this book has a homel. Ile Titiksha starts turning into a stranger until Neel ealizes there’s much than his eyes can see and mind can ecollect Novoneel Chakraborty bestselling author of A Thing Beyond Forever That Kiss In the Rain and How About a Sin Tonight brings forth yet another poignant story twisted in essence EX will make you drop your jaws wide ope.

Novoneel Chakraborty's books have touched thousands of souls across India He is a full time author screenwriter and a blogger