#63 Never Let Me Go


A passionate love story with a mix of sex, friendship, misconception, travel and death. Sachin Garg’s way of expression was quite good but for some things were redundant and added to its superfluousness. A typical love breakup drama but without the portion of beginning of love. Mr. Garg ends this story with a, what seems like a to be continued equivalent words.

The story is basically life of two people in love and the misconceived deceit by guy as an affair between his room mate and the love of his life. He runs away to Goa and learns a lot and meets new people and also a girl who falls madly I’m love with him. But the guy is too much in love for his ex girlfriend that he could not move on. You will like his lifestyle in Goa which is pretty adventurous and appreciable enough for the requirement of adroitness to such a life.

At the end, the story seems a little too dramatic. I would not reveal the end but it a great surprise for the guy when he sees his ex girlfriend in Goa and finds out about the truth after returning to Delhi. But, it is too late.

If you have lot of free time. Spend on this. No harm in reading this book. A good entertainer on the whole. (:

With love and respect, Adha.

By A lost Soul at Sea

a passionate writer who also happens to be a mechanical engineer and a sailor

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