Truly Madly Deeply Memoirs of a Broken Heart’s First Love! is a romance novel written by Indian author Faraaz Kazi. It was first published in by Cedar. Faraaz Kazi (born November 10, ) is an Indian author, primarily writing mainstream romance and best known for his debut novel Truly Madly Deeply. Buy a cheap copy of Truly Madly Deeply Memoirs of a book by Faraaz Kazi. Free shipping over $

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Having said that I also loved the way the two characters were etched and their interaction in the book is something which will be there with the reader long after he or she has finished this book — the love-hate relationship that they share, the memories created, the ups and downs of a relationship and the pangs of that first heart-ache and what do the lovers experience.

The characters are admirable and the narrative is touching which keeps the reader involved in the story. Trivia About Truly, Madly, Deeply. A simple mediocre love-story with the heart-aching twist and fxraaz of events will keep you turning pages till the end.

Seeing an American spouting Indian English dialogue is just ludicrous. Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page.

This is a youthful story penned by a mature mind. Kazi’s third book titled “LOVE” compiled and edited by him is an anthology of cross-genre stories connected by the emotion of love.

And emotions not just mean the dark, depressing Devdas types but also include well-constructed humour and drama. Mar 27, Reply.

Enjoyed reading this, really good stuff, appreciate it. Sample some lines from the book to understand how dreadful it really is: To ask other readers questions about Truly, Madly, Deeplyplease sign up. A promising read by an equally promising author. Absolutely terrible style of writing – even a 15 yr old can write better.


Truly, Madly, Deeply

Only a person booo longs for someone to call their own can understand the obsession of being in love along with the magnitude of attraction a ‘first love’ carries. But at the cost of mass-popularity, it is sad to consider that the author may lose the chance of being taken seriously by critical readers. He is fondly referred to as ‘The Young Marketer’ and operates a revolutionary blog with the same name.

A pompous Rahul is head over heels in love with Seema, a shy lady from the same school. Every page of this book is a delight to the reader. Friends and even madl few teachers approve of their relationship What happens when the most popular guy in school falls in love with his beautiful female equivalent?

Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi

There aren’t much words left to say once I finished the story. It can actually be made kasi an interesting movie with a bit of editing in the script as some scenes are your typical Bollywood masala types. I liked the read, and it flowed smoothly. Too good to be true.

But, hey, this time I am letting this ending percolate a little inside my mind, and I’m not totally hating it. This is what is meant by love stories are written in heaven and come on earth to give us hell. View all 10 comments. He takes desperate measures to woo her back and win back her love.

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Book Review: Truly, Madly, Deeply, by Faraaz Kazi

This book will surely challenge the fact that men don’t cry. Finished it once within a day, faraas sitting back reading it again while my sister is fighting with me to snatch the copy out of my hands. At times, his style suited the environment that has been created in the story, and at few other times, it felt out of the place. Faraaz Kazi ‘s first book, Truly madly deeply was lovely with poem quotes that exactly matched the emotions the author tried to say in the book Mar 24, Reply.

After graduating from Xavier’s, Faraaz worked on his debut novel and eventually got it published in Rahul find it really difficult to shut Seems out of his mind.

I thought the book Truly, Madly, Deeply was a great read. It was more about a collection of events strung together. What Rahul felt for Seema was genuinely from his heart, but the wavelength failed to reach Seema the way Rahul would have wanted it to. As This is a story about two lovers Rahul and Seema. Feb 26, Ayesha F rated it it was amazing.

The author could not have evidently put a foot wrong in his debut work except for the rare typos that I spotted but then again for that most people in the industry blame the publisher.