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Free Download Someone Like You Novel pdf Nikita Singh, Durjoy Datta, English Novels,. Visit. Discover ideas about Nikita Singh. Free Download Someone. Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of six novels, including She has co- authored two books with Durjoy Datta, titled If It's Not Forever and Someone Like You. The current titled Novel "Someone Like You - Durjoy Dutta and Nikita Singh" is a PDF compilation of one of the best novels from best-selling authors of India.

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All fell silent… Just the thumping of their hearts remained and a question—were they going to lose him? She meets the sweet, shy Tanmay, and the spoilt but lovely Pia and they become best friends. And when Akshat and she began dating, life finally seemed to be falling in place. And their college senior Karthik?

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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! You've successfully reported this review. We appreciate your feedback. OK, close. Write your review. A girl who never thought that she is beautiful until she was in school. She didn't exist for boys and other entities whom every girls want to get an attention from. Then her sister- Simran does a whole make-over which helps Niharika to realize that she is as beautiful as every another girl whom she feels is beautiful than her.

She goes to a totally new city for her college. There she meets 3 different boys- Tanmay, Karthik and Akshat. Tanmay ends up being her best friend.

Karthik ends up being a mysterious guy in her life about whom she always remain confused. Akshat turns out to be her sister- Simran's ex because of which she finds weird to date him. Pia turns out to be her room-mate and lately, she also becomes her only friend in this new campus. Tanmay starts falling for Pia. Pia also starts liking him in spite of being in a long-distance relationship with Vishal.

But, does the book ends with love sagas of all these characters? It has much more in it. At least 10 times more than what I have described above. I can not talk about them as I don't want any spoilers in this review.

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Do read the book to enjoy one of the best works in this genre of fiction. Coming to both the authors first, I must say that Durjoy Datta is finally changing his writing style with every book and delivering something which I always wanted from him rather than the same sex saga that he used to write.

His last book "Till the Last Breath" turned out to be one of my favorites and with this one, he has just matured enough. I am just excited for his next book now. As I, myself, blamed him for over-excessive use of sex in his books, his last book didn't have much of it and this one does not have the word itself, as per my memory. I am too happy to witness this change.

And as usual the selection and choice of words that the writer implements in his writing is magical. Just for that, he remains to be my favorite. Coming to Nikita Singh, I didn't like her previous works much but with this one, I can easily say that she has learned quite sooner.

I hope she keeps this magic alive and write such character-based stories than sex-related ones. Both of you have already given that kind of book in bulk to us :- , now its time to give us such soulful books like "Someone Like You".

I, generally, write the best scenes that I fall in love with while reading a book. But with this book, it's hard for me to categorize some events than others and term only them as my favorites.

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Right from the first word till the last, I was intrigued in the story like anything. It's good that people trusted this book and just on the pre-ordering basis, it entered the Bestseller's chart at No. Initially, the way Niharika gives her introduction is lovely. Even Simran is described lovingly.And also-sadly-things that I can never be.

She is currently based in New York. They both made some shitty choices which led to even more shitty consequences.

I expected something or other would happen in the end but the people potrayed as "villians" are left to karma to decide their fate. Edward Vukovic.