Nikita Singh (born 6 October ) is an Indian writer. She has written eleven books including Every Time It Rains, Like a Love Song, The Promise and After All This Time. In February , Someone Like You, a book she co-wrote with Durjoy Datta. 22 Nov Someone Like You is a powerful and touching story of friendship, love and Ghosh loved your book great work Nikita Singh and Durjoy Datta. 26 Mar After their huge success of first Co-authored Book, If its not forever; Nikita Singh and Durjoy Datta have published ‘Someone like you’, this time.
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The story is really sweet, interesting and elegant. An OTP has been send yok your mobile. It would have been better if good literature, some good poems were included. Love you Durjoy always for such awesome writing. The last scene opens with football final match in Indian Engineering College.
Gotto hook him up with some work” look. Tanmay borrowed bike for enjoyment after match. The book is about a real life incident, the Delhi High Court Blastwhich occurred on 7 September It has much more in it.
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bikita Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. The entrance of Pia in the book gives a push to the story in the first half. His aggressiveness was a cover for his mysterious past.
There is heartbreak and grief. Most inconclusive and predictable book I have read in a long time.
But for once, if you decide to read just for the sheer pleasure of it, to enjoy yourself, to marvel at life, to take yourself on a nostalgic trip, to make you want to cuddle in bed, then — Read this book.
View all 3 comments. But this relationship is short-lived as she soon discovers Akshat had dated Simran. Refresh and try again.
Someone Like You
Archived from the original on 12 May Someone Like You is a powerful and touching story of friendship, love and betrayal. Retrieved 10 January She meets the sweet, shy Tanmay, and the spoilt but lovely Pia and The hum of a motorbike.
Bits and parts of college life and Niharika’s stay in Delhi make u feel interested in the book but the story gets monotonous and boring. Dec 31, Sukanta Roy rated it it was ok.
Thanks to the makeover by her sister’s friends, the nerdy Niharika entered college more confident, more But I find nocel the first few pages till yoou makeover of Niharika and her sister and all that stuff was completely useless and boring.
Retrieved from ” https: It makes clear Tanmay is a good friend and nothing more than this. Singh has also spoken on various TEDx conferences yoj colleges across India. Someone has said it right- Don’t judge a book by its cover page.
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They both made some shitty choices nikitq led to even more shitty consequenc I don’t read a lot of novels written by Indian writers but I picked this one up a little while ago, and I mostly liked it. Tanmay goes on to become her best friend. The college sinyh has intervened very fantastically with love, friendship and betrayal. Niharika and Pia have a pleasant life at ICE with their randon girly talks at night, every one hitting on them at morning and they hitting on every other hot male at afternoon.
His aggressiveness was a cover for his mysterious past. N yes Nikita too she is the best co-author of Durjoy as If its not forever its not love is one of my This book was something different I can say. Someone Like You 3. It is one of my favorite songs, and singj is also, undoubtedly one of my favorite books.
It is a pity that the writers have to kill a nikiita every time they want the readers’ attention and sympathy.
Someone Like You by Durjoy Datta and Nikita Singh
It was an awesome feeling. But it kept me from falling asleep on the journey back from office.
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Review at the blog: At the same time re-entry of Akshat in college makes reader to hold the novel very tightly and enjoy the xingh triangle between Niharika, Akshat and Karthik.
Just the thumping of their hearts remained and a question-were they going to lose him? It attracts the young generation to read this novel.
And as usual the selection and choice of words that the writer implements in his writing is magical. Books by Nikita Singh.