We weren't lovers like that

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Penguin Books India, May 1, 2003 - Fiction - 214 pages
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At The Start Of The New Millennium, Aftab S Life Came Undone. He Turned Forty, And His Wife Of Fourteen Years Left Him For Another Man, Taking Their Only Child With Her. Now He Is On A Train To Dehradun, The Town Of His Childhood, Doing The One Thing He Feels He Is Still Good At: Running Away. As He Looks Back On His Imperfect Past, Crowded With Personal And Professional Compromises, Only A Slim Hope Saves Him From Despair: Perhaps This Flight Will Give Him A Second Chance To Reclaim A Long-Lost Love That Could Have Been His, Had He The Courage Of His Convictions. And Then He Can Start Afresh.

With Uncommon Sensitivity And A Rare Understanding Of Human Emotions, Navtej Sarna Has Produced A Poignant Account Of A Life Of Missed Opportunities And Approximate Loves.

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I like books where the protagonist is not an all around hero. The protagonist here is actually a bit of an average joe, if not a sad sack, but this actually adds to the appeal of the book. I wasn't sure what to make of the end, but how else could it have ended. Read full review

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awesome...so well written..one can connect with it so easily,and its a good mature lost love tale not ny teenage love affair.. Read full review


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