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Book Review: Something I Never Told You by Shravya Bhinder

Book Name: Something I Never Told You

Author: Shravya Bhinder

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 566.0 KB
  • Print Length: 143 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English



Protagonist Raunak (Ronnie) is a timid guy when it comes to being friends with girls. He has fewer friends because of the sheepishness. Raunak loves Adira wholeheartedly and never tells her his feelings towards her. When you have a sincere love and unflinching love towards someone, the fate turns the states. Raunak meets Adira after three years, only to find that they work in the same office and go on the same business trip for a month where his stern but smart boss helps him transform him into a confident man. He helps Raunak to express his feelings to Adira which ameliorate the situation between the two. Raunak soothes Adira and they become close but the story takes another turn when Adira moves out of his life uninformed, yet again. Raunak, this time, wants to clear things for one last time and confess his feelings to her. Will he be able to get Adira in his life, as the love of his life?


What’s Good:

Something I never told you – completely justifies the plot itself. The story is all about trust and hope. The book portrays the purest form of love and the framework of the recital is delightful. Many pages, a reader could relate. The emotions, jotted down, are appealing to read and feel.


What’s Not So Good:

Articulation of the account could have been better, and there are a few errors, you might come across. The volubility factor goes on a lower scale if you are picking the book to add something to wordiness.


Recommended for:

The book can be a perfect companion on a travel, as the love story is cute and crisp. It can turn out to be a good read for Valentine’s day and depicts what love can achieve. Yes, the true essence of love is no expectation and liberation.


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