In Course Of True Love! [Sanjeev Ranjan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. BOOKS. 30 Oct Some say all love stories are the same. A boy meets a girl and they fall in love eventually. But is that where the story ends? What about the. Sanjeev Ranjan is a final year engineering student at Sastra University. He had spent most of his about cars and novels. In course of true love is his debut novel.

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Howeversome parts of the plot were unnecessary and extremely unusual. I could see that his efforts were sincere but he was unable to express himself eloquently for which I wish he takes help of an editor the next time. Refresh and try again.

Review by Blogger Abhilash.

What if he loves someone truly and deeply, who completes him, will he be able to see other side of love? What if he who remained truee from love so far in his life, will love be a time pass in course of true love by sanjeev ranjan him?

It was only for the sake of adding something spicy to the plot which didn’t work for me at all. The story is simple and realistic. Dec 31, Nikhil Jain rated it it was ok. Its good novel, but ya with lot of grammar mistakes etc My dream of adoring someone came true.

Loev in course of true love by sanjeev ranjan his schooling from DAV Public School but quest for quality education took him to Bokaro where he completed his 12th education from Chinmaya Vidyalaya.


But his constant begging and crying irritated me. Reviewed by Cupidspeaks Youth Magazine. Its meaning, its feelings? This book tells xanjeev story about the author who belong from a small town known as Siwan from Bihar.

Chirag rated it liked it Jun 07, Books by Sanjeev Ranjan. Return to Book Page. Full review on anshuanand. If so, then what about its journey.

Destined to be a true yet unusual emotional love saga of Aarush, a reticent boy, falls in love amid unfavorable situations, crunch moments, will make reader to think and leave them pondering — Does love happen at an age of sweet sixteen? Sorry to say but it was the most horrendous love scene I have read in my entire life.

In Course Of True Love!

He thought her to be the best girlfriend and was truly madly deeply in love with rwnjan. Every teenager reading this book will understand what Aarush goes through when he feels his heart beat out of his chest for the first time he looks at the gorgeous Ashima. Sanjeev Ranjan’s debut novel stirs to unfold — the reality of puppy love, and plumbs its depth, its warmth, and its meaning.

Aarush was never pampered coursw his parents ocurse he never knew the feeling of love until he met Ashima. One fine day I went to Skywalk mall and just picked this book.

Follow the author on Twitter. I had been so high on Japanese thrillers lately that I decided to take a break and pick a desi love story for a change. Dec 10, Vinoth Srinivasan rated it really liked it Shelves: But the novel really disappointed me. I had a major problem with the way the book is written.


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Was it true love? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Stroy ends, Is it? Coursee had spent most of his life in a small town of Bihar, Siwan. This book is meant for teenagers who will relate to this story the most. It makes your life complete; It shapes your life and gives you an inspiration to live.

Author Interview with India Sahitya. Aarush in course of true love by sanjeev ranjan told by his seniors to stay away from Ashima but he still continues to talk to her vourse eventually they get into a relationship.

Posted by Best Fiction Book at To be honest this book was an average read for me. A mouth adorned with two fluffy lips, and black silky hair which was elaborately dressed, looked like it was never allowed sanjewv fall into disarray…. I don’t like talking much about bad books, But I should say that this is one of them.