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7Nj7YhTgR - Read and download Ravinder Singh's book Like It Happened Yesterday in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book Like It Happened. To download more free e-books visit our website. ravinder singh best books, Had a Love Story, Can Love Happen Twice? and Like It Happened Yesterday. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Ravinder Singh is the bestselling author of I Too Had a Like It Happened Yesterday is his third book. After having spent.


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Like It Happened Yesterday - Singh Ravinder - Free download as PDF File Like It Happened Yesterday is his third book. After having spent most of his life in . Like It Happened Yesterday book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Has anyone ever asked you—What were the best days of . Download Free 'This Love that Feels Right' by Ravinder Singh Book PDF. k Views After the period of one month just reinstall the app and enjoy reading:).

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The book will appeal to you more if you are the 80s or 90s kid. The characters are real and beautifully described. The language of the book is simple, sweet and easy.

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Ravin very innocently narrated every incidents. End is not that good though but still I enjoyed. I failed to understand why. I thought of joining in with their laugh, but soon I guessed that maybe I was the subject of their laughter.

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Just because we all had a common thing to be afraid of, we turned into friends. It had started making a different sense to me.

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Soon, I wanted to become the one who could sing that song and prove to the world that I meant every word of what I was singing. The book can be coined as a Diary of the author, printed and published in book form. It is a honest and simple book. Its a onetime read and beginners may like it more. I recommend it to all those who love to go over their childhood memories and time again.

I liked it. So I can say, read it once! A very impressive piece of work which very humbly unfolds the beautiful moments of childhood. Very few people live them day in day out and almost everyone of us yearn to get back to those wonderful days, if we have a chance to go back in time. This book chapter wise brought out the childhood memories of Ravinder Singh, who hails from a poor Punjabi family, settled in Odisha state of India. His parents sacrifice all their comforts just to provide a good education to the author and his brother, so that, they need not live the same life like them, in poverty.

Men might be definitely embarrassed to read the pages, wherein, the first ejaculation of the author is so well narrated. The same pages impress a female reader as they get to know the feeling of attainment of puberty of a male and his own feelings about it, as they do not find it to read in many books.

His ultimate heart-break when she gets married is poignant to absorb. Must have happened to many of the boys in school times, after attaining puberty. It ends with a happy note of the author securing the first rank in his CBSE Board Exams and later proceeding to complete his engineering and getting a well paid job in Infosys, a prime software giant, of the country, thus fulfilling the wishes of his parents.

The book can be coined as a Diary of the author, printed and published in book form. Kindle Edition. Though this was a very famous book, the second book Can Love Happen Twice?

The third book not a part of the above series is varied in theme. It talks more about childhood days and makes you feel nostalgic. Ravinder, a Sikh from Punjab who was brought up in Burla talks of his childhood days in Burla, a town in Orissa where his father used to work in a Gurudwara and Ravinder's family stayed in a small house provided to his father in the Gurudwara compound and Ravinder's life completely revolved around Burla, the Gurudwara compound, his tuition and school.

He talks of his parents' sacrifices to strive to get good education for their children since it was a privilege they themselves were not equipped with. Rest of the chapters follows his high school days in Sambalpur, his first crush, first movie, new set of friends, school's annual day celebrations, the competition for the board exams and somewhere through his description even the reader feels a sense of nostalgia.

Through this book, the author doesn't try to give a moral to ponder over. He is just writing a chronicle of various childhood days so that reader is taken back to his old memories. Just two words to describe this book: For that alone, I think one should read this book.

Somewhere between the chapters and the descriptions we can relate to what Ravinder talks when he takes you through his childhood and teenager days. Each one of us must have felt the same during the first movie in a theatre experience and the excitement of school day participation.

While one may be able to relate to first crush on a teacher, some may be able to relate to rat race during board exams while some other reader may relate to the curiosity of reproduction process in human beings that one experiences during growing up days. There is no complex setup or use of ingenious words and it is brazingly simple to read.

Something that regular readers may not like as there is nothing creatively great about the book but beginners can definitely start with this book. It is a book of hardly pages one can finish in one sitting.

I'm going with 2 out of 5 starts for this one plainly for its simplicity and honesty. It is a one time read and beginners may like it and others may take it up if they have nothing else to read.

This has to be the worst that could ever befall writer. Pathetic language, hopeless narrations and a solid dry sense of humour will make you want to throw this away.

Book Review: LIKE IT HAPPENED YESTERDAY by RAVINDER SINGH

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