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అన్ని ప్రేమ కధలు సరైన ముగింపుకే ఉద్దేశించబడవు. నాకు ఓ. I Too Had a Love Story, his debut novel, is his own story that a Love Story is a simple story of love, about trysts of destiny that make up life as we know it. I. I Too Had a Love Story by Ravinder Singh - Download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. I Too Had a Love Story by Ravinder Singh.

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Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Can Love Happen Twice? Can Love Happen Twice? But surprisingly everyone apart from Ravin turns up. This highly anticipated sequel by Ravinder Singh is an emotional rollercoaster that bravely explores the highs and lows of love. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published December 15th by Metro Reads first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Can Love Happen Twice? Sridhar i mean what will happen after that book? See all 5 questions about Can Love Happen Twice? Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Feb 11, Sapphire rated it it was ok Shelves: I waited for such a long time to get to know what happened to Ravin.

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But what I read made me feel that somehow the author has written the book because he had to write it. I found the soul missing in the book. Rather than waiting for "what happened next? When I read "I too It was like I could see what was happening. But it took me a week to read this book!

It was that boring. You feel that the girl in Ravin's life is a pampered m I waited for such a long time to get to know what happened to Ravin. You feel that the girl in Ravin's life is a pampered mama-papa's girl and Ravin a guy who will die before he hurts or looses her.

I Too Had A Love Story(Telugu)

Its "mills and boons" sort of story where you know from the beginning that "they live happily forever happen" will happen. Frankly speaking the story is stale. Just read it if you want to know what happened to Ravin but don't keep your expectations high with this book.

This book is a time-pass read.

You will question if the same author have penned both the books! View all 8 comments. Aug 15, Rachita Gupta rated it did not like it Shelves: When I finished reading "I too had a love story", the prequel to this novel, I felt so touched I cried for a week! I literally begged all my friends, bookworms and others, to read the book! The book was simple, plain yet so honest and touching, I read it scores of times and felt the same emotions I felt the first time. But this book, alas!! This book is a complete extinguisher- it kills all hopes, expectations, and emotions, and buries the author's beautiful talent.

While in the first book, the sou When I finished reading "I too had a love story", the prequel to this novel, I felt so touched I cried for a week!

In the entire book, the author is boasting about his debut success and himself! How he became a great author, has millions of fans, is very naive in love and a puppet in fate's hands.

The girl, Simar, is a rich, pampered girl and unlike Khushi, she is not a very convincin character aout her love for Ravin. It is as if the author wrote the book just to please his fans, and I must mention, that I, a fan myself, was not pleased in the least.

Ravin, if u must write such books further, I request you- Please dont write at all. View all 6 comments. Mar 13, Udits11 rated it did not like it. Firstly - I created a Goodreads account just so that I could write a review for this book. I find it difficult to believe that a book such as "Can Love Happen Twice" has an average rating of 3.

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I admit I hadn't read the author's first book I too had a love story and from everything that I've heard and read, it appears that it was a very enjoyable and touching story. I bought Can Love Happen Twice online, after my mum read about it in the newspaper.

It was a short book, and probably too Firstly - I created a Goodreads account just so that I could write a review for this book. It was a short book, and probably took me only hours to complete.

Here's what I thought of the book - 1. The author seems to be really wrapped up in the success of his first book. I get it - your first book was a success. No need to get such a big head about it. The writing style was very childish. This contains the use of words such as "luv" and "k". I could feel my grey cells dying as I made my way through these sections, but I persevered, "there must be a good story hidden somewhere in this book" I thought. I was wrong.

There is no story here. Nothing worth reading anyway. The characters are underdeveloped, very shallow. The story is linear and basic, very predictable. The author tries to create suspense with the flashbacks and the protagnist's friends telling his story, but it's as flat as yesterday's Pepsi. The verdict - save your time and money for another book.

This is just another pond pretending to be an ocean.

View all 9 comments. Dec 21, Abhranil Dutta rated it it was ok Shelves: Seriously disappointing!!

I wish there would have been 'replacement guarantee' on flipkart for books which you didn't like!! Just banking on his fame which he has received from his first book 'I too had a Love Story'..! The first book was pretty good since it was simple,realistic and it struck a chord with me, but dis book was pretty LAME..!!

View all 4 comments. Feb 05, Imran rated it really liked it. Ravin is such an awesome author. His first book " I too had a love story " completely made me his fan leaving me speechless, in tears.

His love towards "Khushi" made me realise the true definition of Love and the second book " can love happen twice" is one good book to read. I've always had a question "why can't love happen twice" nevertheless I came to know I was true that love may happen twice, through this book.

It moves in our lives and occupies its sweet space in our hearts so easily. But it never guarantees that it will stay there forever. Probably that's why it is so precious. That's what I kept doing for most of the time. The sad part was that it was just me who kept doing that. But a relationship only works when both the people are willing to make sacrifices. It was difficult for me to believe that it had happened to him. The most difficult part was to believe that it had happened to him again.

I have two pasts. I don't know which one I should cry more for. Feb 08, Rahul Nath rated it did not like it Shelves: Rightfully earns a place in my Run Away Quickly shelf.

I really tried to finish this but bad writing just turns me off. And the repeated self plugs and self praise for his first novel "I Too had a Love Story" did nothing to help either. In the very first chapter, he compares his first book to a modern day equivalent of the Taj Mahal. There are obvious attempts to fill more pages because the author was unable to come up with something interesting.

From the very first paragraph. Where Amardeep embraces the cold. And tries warming himself in the next sentence. Then taking out his jacket. And then zipping it till, are you ready for this, his NECK!! Holy cow, didn't see that coming. I couldn't finish the book, so makes sense that this review too will View 2 comments. Jul 18, V3NisHa rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. View all 3 comments.

Dec 10, Snehal rated it did not like it. View all 10 comments. Sep 28, Vani rated it liked it. I liked Ravin and Simran's story, esp their life in Belgium. So, as it happens, Ravin is trying to get to grips with the death of his fiancee, Khushi, when Simran enters his life and resites the spark of love.

However, as with all love stories, this one too had some heartbreaks. Will the two of them end up together? Will Ravin be able to stitch his life back together with the current girl in his life? View 1 comment. Dec 14, Aakanksha rated it it was ok Shelves: Can love happen twice is the second part of Ravinder Singh bestselling novel I too had a love story.

In I too had a love story there was a true love story of Ravin and Khushi which brings tears to a lot of people eyes including me. In this book the author focus on Ravin's life after the death of his beloved Khushi. Ravin's three friends begin reading a handwritten copy of Ravin's incomplete second book in a radio station in Chandigarh.

After a year and a half since Khushi's death, Ravin moved to Can love happen twice is the second part of Ravinder Singh bestselling novel I too had a love story. They start dating each other very soon and as every love story, they also have their differences and problems where both want to settle in different places after their marriage. It's a story about priorities, adjustments, expectations, judgment, and disappointments. Overall it's a-okay book to read because the author doesn't match the expectations of readers this time.

The love story of Ravin and Khushi was far better than Ravin and Simar's, and it's also obvious to compare two of these relationships with each other.

I guess Love can happen once only but if it happens twice than it is not well written or described in this book.

You can read this book if you are curious to know that what happens to Ravin after the death of her true love. Otherwise, it's not worth reading. True Love is unconditional. And if it is a 'Conditions Apply' scenario, then it isn't true love.

Mar 04, Harry b nair rated it it was ok. The much awaited sequel is a let down for me, as the spark of true love which captured the hearts of many in the author's very first book is missing in this one. The story started well with a different style of narration which I felt very much engaging and fresh. But still cannot digest the fact that Ravin could easily forget Khushi and feel the same love on Simar's arms.

Also the confusion between the lead is much like watching a bollywood movie with no substance. This sequel is a disgrace to the l The much awaited sequel is a let down for me, as the spark of true love which captured the hearts of many in the author's very first book is missing in this one. This sequel is a disgrace to the love he had for khushi. Mar 23, Archit Ojha rated it it was ok Shelves: The light-hearted reads are a trend among the youth in India.

The scenario is, of course changing faster than one can imagine and that is a great step. A for this one, unfortunately, I did not find it as good as its predecessor, I too had a Love Story. Dec 27, Ashish Iyer rated it liked it Shelves: Okayish book. Not that great after 'i too had a love story'. May 02, Priyanka Roy Banerjee rated it did not like it Shelves: The book starts better than it ends.

The author drags the story along with the same protagonist Ravin from his previous book. The author has etched the other protagonist in this book very shabbily.

I feel pity for Simar, who deserved more and better details in the book than being portrayed as an immature and horny girl. Ravinder Singh had taken much care in sketching out the character of Khushi in his first book, but this time it seems he almost left Simar to the mercy of the readers. It rains kisses in all the chapters, as if the author is obsessed with his protagonists kissing to express every emotion. The climax too, seems to be abrupt and forced.

If Simar had a change in heart in coming back to Ravin, it had to be written in a much more convincing way. I still cannot fathom how writing whole sentences in Hindi help in an English novel. The vernacular flavour can be translated in most occasions, if not all. Its easier to put in Hindi sentences than try and extract their essence into English ones. I guess the author chose the easier path. I still appreciate the humongous effort it takes to write a book and adorn it with finishing touches.

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