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FilmdatenblattHöre Will You Still Love Me? gratis | Hörbuch von Ravinder Singh, gelesen von Akshay Ghildiyal | 30 Tage kostenlos | Jetzt GRATIS das Hörbuch herunterladen. Noté /5. Retrouvez Will You Still Love Me If? et des millions de livres en stock sur joanporredon.com Achetez neuf ou d'occasion. Seit neun Jahren ist der introvertierte Weichung mit Feng verheiratet. Sie haben einen gemeinsamen Sohn, und Feng möchte noch ein weiteres Kind mit ihm.
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But this book I found it quite different though. The plot and core social advice the book deals should be appreciated, to be honest.
But personally what I felt was that the present day scenario could have been clubbed at the last or at th To start with, I had a lot of expectations before I started reading this book.
But personally what I felt was that the present day scenario could have been clubbed at the last or at the first. That would have been a very good idea.
And moreover, the chapters in the story is lacking connectivity - big time. I found that to be a big drawback in this book which was not the case with your previous works.
The way in which the crux of the story is revealed is good, though it was a bit predictable. Overall, I would say if you are a Ravinder Singh saab fan you can definitely go for this book.
The story will pick up after the first half and it will be a jolly ride. Finally, a good story with a better social advice dragged a big time by the lack of connection.
As a fan, I would be eagerly waiting to read your next work Mr. May 13, Vishal Jha rated it really liked it. Finished reading this book, and i am thinking that why there is always a tragedy involved in these love stories So, this was my second book by the author, the first one being "I too had a love story", i loved that book and so decided to pick another book by the author for a light read Secondly, the scenic beauties of north easte Finished reading this book, and i am thinking that why there is always a tragedy involved in these love stories Secondly, the scenic beauties of north eastern states have been beautifully described Third, the traffic rules- why they should be adhered to?
What can be the results of neglecting them? Is highlighted in the story The love story of " Rajveer" and " Lavanya" is really great to read A nice, light and loveable read Recommended for some easy and enjoyable reading I hope you all keep reading and Be Safe On the Roads Mar 21, Kritika Gupta rated it it was amazing Shelves: love-stories.
This book is a magical combination and a perfect blend of beauty, romance, sarcasm, message, and food for thought. Having read all the novels of Ravinder, this is surely his best piece.
I've rarely read a romance novel with social messages. Ravinder very beautifully 'puts light' on how 'Indian' people living in North East are as 'Indian' as the rest of the country's people are.
I really love this part. Regarding the road accidents, citizens' and cop's part has been well put into words. In fact a This book is a magical combination and a perfect blend of beauty, romance, sarcasm, message, and food for thought.
In fact a part of me believes that this book and such should be introduced into school curriculums of standard 8th onwards when the hormonal rush and peer pressure ignites.
You go Ravi! View all 5 comments. I enjoyed reading his books in the past, including the last one, This Love That Feels Right.
He was brave enough to cover a topic which is still considered as a taboo in most parts of the India. And now, I enjoyed reading this one.
It also showed me the parts of India I am not familiar about, including Patiala and Shillong. Go for it if you like simple love stories, and if loved reading his previous works.
Jul 19, Rosun Rajkumar rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The good news is I've finished it.
Bad news is I wasted my time! Two word review: Don't even! Got this on Prime Day sale book haul! I make some questionable choices in life. Judge me all you want!
For the record, I love me a good chick-lit. Jane Austen, Colleen Hoover, Cecelia Ahern, the works. Lavanya Gogoi is an assamese girl from shillong who likes tea; not coffee.
She has 'almond shaped eyes'. She worked for Google! To be honest, she ain't very bright. Picking fights over nothing cos that's w The good news is I've finished it.
Picking fights over nothing cos that's what girls do? And she has to constantly say hmm and hmmm like ALL THE TIME!
She teaches underprivileged kids at an aanganwadi. Rajveer is a singing, dancing Punjabi guy from Patiala. Meet cute, fall in love, etc.
Nothing interesting, new or relatable. Paper thin plot. Weak complications. Truly a Sharaddha Kapoor movie in the making. I mean Priyanka Chopra played Mary Kom!
We're very race blind that way. Like if I had to hang out of this couple in real life, I'd roll my eyes a lot. There's so much communication between the two.
Girl- What's wrong? What you thinking? Boy - Nothing! Enter Rajveer's father. Great use of italics. But then our guy Rajveer saves the day.
Gives a speech. Blood is blood. Etc They put some random lines in italics. For some reason all the love making scenes are in italics.
I laughed at the love making. The use of words like saliva, inner lips, figure etc made it look like a bad science experiment.
There is a separate narrative going on on how accidents kill people so no prizes for guessing the big, Hindi-filmi climax.
I got this book for 69 rupees on Prime day sale. Oct 12, Dhruv Sharma rated it liked it Shelves: others. It has a very good beginning and end however somewhere in middle it gets boring and seems to be stretched.
What I liked: 1. The beautiful description of Northeast and essence of their culture is very fascinating. The suspense of tragedy and the note on which the story ended is very well written.
Over all it is above average, with a very good lesson and takeaway. I have decided to follow all traffic rules specially with the use of phone while driving.
View all 3 comments. May 06, Manik and Sayee favbookshelf rated it really liked it Shelves: romance. I like this book. Here author tries to address three main topics..
He, very wonderfully addresses the concerns, with an example of a punjabi boy and a north eastern girl and their love story. Till end, book holds the attention of the reader.
The love story is really beautifully described. Jul 04, Naveen Chittareddy rated it liked it. The way author has raised a very imp issue like "Road safety" is impeccable.
Author throwing light on East Indian states in the book is really beautiful. Oct 06, Amisha rated it really liked it Shelves: indian-authors , He is one of the few Indian authors whose books I like reading.
There has to be a larger purpose to what you write when you have such a wide reach. And he never fails to do that! A simple love story with some unexpected events.
Feels too stretched at some parts. But a good one time read. May 26, Deepansh Mehra rated it liked it. BookReview WillYouStillLoveMe by RavinderSingh: I'd start with a confession: The last Ravinder Singh book I liked was Can Love Happen Twice and it has been forever since then, and nothing in between even remotely had me drooling over Singh's writing skills.
Hence, I was hesitant to pick up this book. And then from start to finish I hogged this book in 5 hours. And I somehow liked it better than I had thought I would.
This is a story about a Punjabi youngster without a heroic ambition and an A BookReview WillYouStillLoveMe by RavinderSingh: I'd start with a confession: The last Ravinder Singh book I liked was Can Love Happen Twice and it has been forever since then, and nothing in between even remotely had me drooling over Singh's writing skills.
This is a story about a Punjabi youngster without a heroic ambition and an Assamese girl who is another version of those who wish to teach slum kids rather than living a comfortable life.
Their first and subsequent meetings, development of their feelings and then the inevitable drama after the first kiss, is the whole of this story.
While Rajveer is flawed and slightly in love with a few vices, he made me feel whatever needed to be felt, be it Love, Disparities, Guilt, Strength or Determination.
On the other hand Lavanya whose name I had kind of forgotten between the reading and reviewing is a cliched orphan good girl who can't do any wrong.
As a character Lavanya did not work for me since Rajveer was left to hold the narrative together. As per the writing, it was mostly hit or miss for me.
The language was fluid but it ran into too much of heavy-handed preaching about Road Safely, Racism, Rural Education, Patriarchal Debates, Corruption, Society norms and the narrative actually felt like a paid promotion of IndiGo Airlines and Meghalaya Tourism.
It is too much packed in too little. But in terms of the packaging of the book, it was wrongly engineered since I was spoilt on Page 3, much before even the first chapter of the book started.
Singh really indulged in sadistic pleasure of leading the readers on to a tormenting journey. It is after stated the plot twist where whatever was slated to happen, happens, is where the actual pleasure to reading kicked in, but it was too little too late.
It is not a bad story but for readers like me, I could predict most of the plots. Plus once you connect the dots you know why even the title of this book is a spoiler in itself!
Still, as a Ravinder Singh loyalist, I liked the book, the love story and then everything that Rajveer goes through.
For me I am settling for a 3 out of 5 for my rating. Sadly, I read better Indian writings in this year so far.
Rohit Sharma's 'Love Of My Life' and Vaishnav Shravan's 'Kaveri' are still in my top 5 for this year so far. Jan 12, Priyanka Maurya rated it really liked it.
Will You Still Love Me Ravinder Singh, an author with whom I share a kind of Love-Hate relationship with each book acting as a kind of pendulum, swinging me from Love to Hate, Hate to Love.
There are many reasons why I like this book. And most of them are less to do with the writing or the story or other 'authory type thing'. Rather, it was the attempt to address the issues which are so often neglected still affect all of us.
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I've seen the world Done it all, had my cake now Diamonds, brilliant, and Bel Air now Hot summer nights, mid July When you and I were forever wild The crazy days, the city lights The way you'd play with me like a child.
Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful? Will you still love me when I got nothing but my aching soul?