That being said, there is one thing to be assertive and another thing to boss him around. Starts with a pervert engineering student, who's perhaps had more hook ups than the number of lectures he's attended. Overall, it gives the flavour of some B-grade movie. And not a very interesting one! You don't know what you want. Did the author actually think that any serious reader is going to like the hero and the book itself?? The book mostly plays out like a random episode of Californication. The only good thing about it - one can read it cover to cover within a matter of few hours and move onto something better. If you don't listen to him and insist on what you think is right then nothing is going to be solved and you just keep yourself ignorant to his needs and wants.
You can't keep your man from expanding his social circle and completely shutting him out in a gender bubble where he can only interact with other guys. This Book Is Much Better On The Storytelling. Finally some impossibly beautiful, had-been drug addict, confident girl steps into the pervert's life and, poof, our hero is in true love! This is the story of the author. You're always keeping tabs on favours. You get super jealous whenever your man interacts with a female. The gospel according to Durjoy. The friendship is sweet and has laughable moments.
The hero he has the same name as one of the authors narrates his love story - or stories - for the benefit of anyone who's interested. But the story started to actually take some form, and by the end, I was in love with it. Well, as I live in the middle class India which is Durjoy's milieu, I know now never to engage a young man as a tutor for my daughter. That being said sometimes we don't know what we want whether we want pizza or pasta, to watch a movie or go out for a walk, to nurture a real relationship or play some games to keep you occupied. The book's protagonist is a boy who was a fat nerd during his school days but after entering college is a completely transformed personality. ! I loved the name of the books by this author.
The protagonist of this book which truly is the author as many times he admits himself is a total wannabe and really a weakling while taking comfort in the whim that other people around him wants to be like him. I heard alot thing about author and his writing skills so i opt out his novel to read it out but i found it much a normal story. And had a 2 points to learn about boys. I definitely deserve an award for completing such a senseless novel. This is pretty normal, especially with millennials slowly starting to get their shit together. I almost left the book half read but that i.
Anyway, I enjoyed some parts of the book. Those are simple text files written on your computer by your browser. Dunno why, but again I picked up a so-called contemporary Indian author and yet again the read has been disappointing. I think guys will like this book because basically the book I loved the name of the books by this author. There was just crap in the entire book. There are so many trust issues between the two of you when there really shouldn't be. But what's most disturbing was the cheapness and shallowness of the protagonist.
The thing about using people is that it dehumanizes the person being used. My advice to Durjoy is get a life. . It's full of cliches and unimaginative situations. There's a saying that the person you love's pain will half and their happiness will double when they are share both with you. Pay for the bill once in a while and treat him the way he treats you.
About the Authors: Durjoy Datta, Neeti Rustagi Durjoy Datta is the Author of five bestsellers, including Now That you are Rich! Despite being clingy to bae, you've considered flirting with someone else. And since I preferred something not so on-the-face, I decided to not like this book. Every failed relationship disappoints him even more and his anger and disappointment increase as he continues to fail. The story of an Indian guy studying in an engineering college, his battles with his academics, his family, his love life and his life in general, penned down in a manner shockingly ordinary. Yes it's annoying and it's even more annoying coming from someone who you could potentially spend the rest of your life with. Yes there are times where you give into temptation but remember that thing about trust that's been mentioned a few times? It was tedious from start to finish.
The book mostly plays out like a random episode of Californication. It is not written for my age group but I read it anyway. Durjoy Dutta's books only consist of eye catching titles and strictly nothing else except pure shit. We have to read outside our comfort level at times. Half of the novel goes in this way.
Don't be an asshole and fulfill one or two of your promises once in a while because, yes, true love is unconditional but true love is also honest and consistent. When you have some good stories to tell, write them. I truly felt disgusted after reading this book. So you can get the best deal on Oh Yes, I'm Single! Finally some impossibly beautiful, had-been drug addict, confident girl steps into the pervert's life and, poof, our hero is in true love! Well, go and live through the torture! Dumped at breakfast and in About the Book: Ohh Yes, I'm Single! Apart from this, the story itself is vexing enough to follow till the end. Leaving the student life behind, unemployment rears its ugly head, people move on and Deb is left all lost and lonely.
The only good thing about it - one can read it cover to cover within a matter of few hours and move onto A catchy title and a nice picture on the cover - two ingredients that would draw any reader's attention. And how come a single person have so many relationships. The book has no soul at all. Head of Household Requirements While you may under certain circumstances be able to claim your girlfriend as a dependent, you will not be able to file as head of household simply because she lives with you. His friends and family are the two closest groups of people to him and whether you accept this or not you will always be 3 to them.