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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I loved this conversation and can re-read those lines nth time. I loved it for it’s innocence and pure emotions. What I indeed adored in the book is the kind of love Rahul has for Seema. The story is about young love, the love at first sight kind, where the boy Rahul falls in love with his junior, the shy, hard working and very smart Seema.
His writing is effortless, the truoy seemingly flowing out naturally from within. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: It features a foreword and one mainstream romance story titled ‘The Doorway’ written by him. Every page of this book is a delight to the reader. For those who are as curious as I was – save your money. Every expression of art is read differently by the one who reads and appreciates it. The good times the characters share makes one recollect their school novek and the innocent encounters of first love and then once the turbulent times begin, the story takes a while to sink in.
May 10, Ankita Chadha rated it really liked it. His idea of a good paper was to string together a bunch of multi-syllabic words with no cohesion and no integrity of text.
The author can sure do with some Beginner’s writing courses. Book Reviews at BookRack says: Mar 27, Reply. It is chapter after chapter about a young man’s love for xeeply girl in his school. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page was last edited on 10 Augustat Pages to import images to Wikidata All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October All stub articles.
What I felt was overcooked was the detailed school life, for e. A pompous Rahul is head over heels in love with Seema, a shy lady from the same school.
Book Review: Truly, Madly, Deeply, by Faraaz Kazi – A Bookworm’s Musing
It could have been mine. Faraaz Sadruddin Kazi No preview available – The first time it drove me to tears, the second time it is giving me goosebumps. His transition from a silly teenager to a mature boy, almost a man forms the crux of this brilliant tale. His narration is simple and enough to touch the heart.
Book Review: ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’ by Faraaz Kazi
The nostalgia, for the boy Rahul who is in Pennsylvania to go back to the school days and narrate that to us, that was also quite nicely done. 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. Will definitely read it soon.
This is a story about two lovers Rahul and Seema. Kazi’s fourth book titled “More Than Just Friends” is a romantic tale of a versatile painter who takes up the brush to escape her tumultuous past, only to find that the shades of love were the only madlu missing in the palette of her life.
View all 12 comments. When Rahul falls for Seema he falls hard. Felicitated by numerous institutes, bodies and organizations alike, Kazi is a well-known name in the social media and literary fraternity. Too good to be true. View all 4 comments. This could have been your tale or mine but as fate would have it, it chose Rahul, an able-minded, brilliant boy from his school.
The author makes use of delicate misunderstandings which teenagers often have the habit of blowing them bt of proportions, ego clashes cause the lead characters to drift apart only to realise that the enormity of their feelings was much kszi than they had thought of.
The book was republished again in October and went on to become a national award-winning title apart from becoming the first book by an Indian author to win the Mwdly Choice Award for Best Debut Romance. In its nascent stage, love is shy, cowardly and dormant. I could not go beyond 30 pages. Have a safe journey.
The good part however is that though the story talks of first love and conjures up teenage protagonists, it does not limit itself to the same target audience due to the fact that the author has used multiple POVs quite efficiently.
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But will Rahul ever get yb Seema? Rahul often seriously seems to be in need of some help through counseling.
Truly, Madly, Deeply Author: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kaiz, it seems as if Seema gets to this point also, although her regrets don’t really manifest themselves until very late in the novel. Such love becomes an obsession, a double-edged sword that could doom the lover; or a tight noose that binds breaths of lovers with it.
faraqz Author Faraaz Kazi has captured the word and emotion ‘Love’ in it’s absolute raw form. After coming off the back of epic love stories such as Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, Jennifer Donnelly’s superb ‘The Tea Rose’ and her breathtaking follow-up ‘The Winter Rose’, and my all time favourite ‘The Bronze Dedply by Paullina Simons, the fact that this book is absolutely annihilating everything in its wake in the polling section of Goodreads, I just had to purchase this as soon as my Kindle arrived It was so real that sometimes it was painful to read.
After moving to Philadelphia from Mumbai, India, teen Rahul Kapoor has difficulty coping with what seems to be the loss of a loved one.