Book Review: Something I Never Told You by Shravya Bhinder

An Incredible love story…

Well narrated with attention to detail from man’s perspective. Attractive book cover.

Plot development with brilliant turns and characterization are outstanding. It is relevant to the modern era and strikes a chord. Author’s sense of humor makes you laugh and relatable.

The story which takes place between 2015 to 2017 has been beautifully woven together flawless. The smooth transition of the story from time to time – crush, friendship, love and precious moments together.

You can feel all the emotions what the characters go through in her writing and she is a phenomenal storyteller.

A fascinating love story with insights on what true love is, the emotional baggage and the cute firsts moments involved in love, mother’s unconditional love for her child, humanity, the importance of your life and value for your loved ones.

The twists and turns in the story keep you hooked to the story and the climax shatters you.

Beautiful lines from the book which I loved:

  • Love penetrates the hardest of hearts in the blink of an eye.
  • Every position has its importance in the world. Your post doesn’t define you; you define yourself.
  • Sometimes all you need is a little trust. Trust what life offers you, take a deep breath and let go of all your inhibitions. Once you do that, life presents to you all the miracles it is capable of.
  • Oops is way better than a what if.
  • The worst times tell you how strong you are.
  • For a long time, I have not been able to find myself, for I am still lost in you.

Value your loved ones and don’t take them for granted.”

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