Faraaz Kazi (born November 10, ) is an Indian author, primarily writing mainstream romance and best known for his debut novel Truly Madly Deeply. Front Cover · Faraaz Kazi. Faraaz Kazi, – Indic fiction (English) – pages I thought the book Truly, Madly, Deeply was a great read. I loved it for it’s. I am assuming you are into chiclit and young adult fiction and while the following suggestions may not comply with high school romance, they are all light reads.
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Paperbackpages. Learn how your comment data is processed. Though if the poetic lines just before the protagonist goes into flashback, should have been italicised or underlined to give the reader a hint that the flashback is about to begin.
The opinions expressed in the review are my own, and remain unbiased and uninfluenced. However, some dialogues sound really filmy and the author only reinforces the belief that teenagers are hard-core movie buffs who aspire to be in the shoes of their favourite actors.
Apr 5, Reply. A journey into the most extreme emotions of a heart? Enjoyed reading this, really good stuff, appreciate it.
He would push them Rahul’s way, hoping he had a chance to ffaraaz it down his throat, but he was much too scared of that unnerving glare, farzaz even attempt that stunt. Hats off to Faraaz Kazi for writing this book. His idea of a good paper was to string together a bunch of multi-syllabic words with no cohesion and no integrity I’m up to Page 28 now.
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? Some unsolicited advice to Indian authors: Exactly how an on-track love story falls to the wolves makes the reader sit up noevl take notice. As This is a story about two lovers Rahul and Seema.
Truly Madly Deeply (novel) – Wikipedia
You are commenting using your WordPress. The author makes use of delicate misunderstandings which teenagers often have the habit msdly blowing them out of proportions, ego clashes cause the lead characters to drift apart only to realise that the enormity of their feelings was much more than they had thought of. The story it tells is in a sense very easy to identify with, especially as a high school student, and though both the cases of the main characters might seem slightly over-the-top, I personally find it a very likely and plausible story.
But, that is sort of the point. At times, his style suited the environment that has been created in the story, and at few other times, it felt out of the place. Well told by a mature voice in a smooth manner.
I loved this conversation and can re-read those lines nth time. May 03, Aziz Dahai rated it it was amazing Shelves: Have heard a lot about this book, one of my friends had recommended it to me. His Mom concocted excellent Indian sweets, a result of her Indian culinary training and he would akzi extra servings in his lunch-box to share it with Rahul.
Truly, Madly, Deeply
Truly, Madly, Deeply 3. The crazy misunderstandings were infuriating to read through, but that again was true to life where two people insecure in their feelings let the world around them dictate the terms of the debate rather than creating their relationship purely based on their own thoughts and feelings. Pages to import images to Wikidata All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October All stub articles. I have experienced those overwhelming feelings of first love — going from the total elation of those first feelings of love that are the world, to those overwhelming feelings of despair that occur when that love is no longer there — feeling as if the world cannot go on spinning if this love does not exist.
The featured image in this post is a tribute to that masterpiece. Mar 15, Namrata rated it really liked it.
I was kind of curious to read this genre again. Felicitated by numerous institutes, bodies and organizations alike, Kazi is a well-known name in the social media and literary fraternity. And that is the adjective I would like to leave you with as it is the fraaz who decides everything, from the success of the story to that of the author.
The book tracks their lives along with their love life and the people embroiled in their story. He is in love with Seema as they say Truly, madly and deeply.