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That Kiss In The Rain ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ That Kiss In The Rain By Novoneel Chakraborty ✍ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk If we women are really weak then why do they need to discharge so many sperms for one ovum Pallavi 27 single Kingfisher Airlines Half the headaches in a man's life involve a woman and half the heartac If we women are really weak then why In The PDF º do they need to discharge so many sperms for one ovum Pallavi single Kingfisher Airlines Half the headaches in a man's life involve a woman and half the heartaches in a woman's life are because of a man Swadha single NH Consultants PvtLtd And then they met himexactly when they shouldn't have.


10 thoughts on “That Kiss In The Rain

  1. Ronak Gajjar Ronak Gajjar says:

    I fell in Love with Novoneel’s writing after reading this one Also one of the most captivating prologues which keep you bound until the end I was seriously surprised how come so many negative reviews and the shocking thing why CB’s writing are appreciated ?The very first anonymous exchange clutched me never fading those carved marks on my heart “Is there any festival which can be celebrated every day and not once a year?” Asked the girl “Wait till you fall in love with me” Replied the boy Definitely story line is a bit off track but not completely swayed away like other stories with evergreen happy endings Those uotations after reading each one my heart literally leaped out of rib cage longing for a love life Rarely happening scenario Love is the reason to remain sane all life and yet it is an excuse to be insane in all the moments that make up a life Moving on to the main characters Pallavi Vimani Her image being portrayed as spoil brat is profoundly reversed when she finally acuires a chance to be with the love of her life She is completely crazy selfish manipulative bitch and straightforward one with guts Swadha KashyapLady with traumatized childhood keeps on fighting her perplexing feelings reserved for her boss Her encounters with him are at point completely hilarious ones AND ULTIMATELY THE HAASIL SINHA I wish I had a boyfriend with these every single uality of him completely adorable one who makes me fall every single second And of course his love for his wife is unfathomable Our story began not when we came into each other’s life It began from the time when life happened to us We are not only made for each other but were thought for each other too And my exact feelings reading this sentence were Arguing on “Love” always has endless complicating frustrating reasons why can’t we keep it simpler as the sunrises and sunsets Feelings are the only things which human nature can’t hold or control Flowing with them makes things much easier rather than discarding or trying to erase them Love is simple endless eternize and why contaminate it with complications lust misunderstandings or attractions?PS Well Novoneel owes the book to the veins The predictable Goosebumps and twists sing to you as a long sad tale It kicks the difference between love lust and desires which reminds me of


  2. Saburi Pandit Saburi Pandit says:

    This book sucks Worst than Ekta Kapoor's worst daily soaps Don't even try wasting your precious time reading this Not Good


  3. Misha Dcruz Misha Dcruz says:

    Unbelievably touchingI didn't want the book to end at all I enjoyed every bit of it Haasil Palki's love Pallavi's upsetting love Swadha's Uff Am just too much in love with the book and the way Novoneel thinks feels and expressesAnd one thing I've read this book almost 6 7 years ago But the goosebumps I felt when I read the story was beyond compare


  4. Aks Aks says:

    The characters failed to hold groundPersonal Take Waste of 205 pages


  5. Mridani Pandey Mridani Pandey says:

    the story line was perfectall d characters were really sharp n attractivea book that takes a while for u to understand n ones u do u ganna love itits a treat worthwhile


  6. Sukesha Dutta Sukesha Dutta says:

    I'm still having the hangover Pallavi is brilliantthe characters are like real flesh n bloodbut want some brighter hues of lifeit made me feel only the greylife is not all about gloomThanks a lot for giving the chance 2 experience such instances


  7. Sreesha Divakaran Sreesha Divakaran says:

    I guess I was too carried away with “how about a sin tonight” which I have given 3 stars to but I will probably be taking some points out of it due to the terrible book that this one is In fact how about was also just average but some of the author’s ideas reflected some of mine hence the “carried away” feelingThis one is just an immature piece of writing In Swadha I have found a wet tissue paper of a female character mooning over a married boss waiting for his wife to die In Pallavi the author seems to have tried to create a Sydney Sheldon like heroine but has failed She’s neither intelligent nor uirky nor when reuired sensitive like Sheldon’s heroines Haasil is nondescript despite being the so called “main guy” of the story He’s just another wet tissue paper And the circumstances in which ok spoiler but who cares really his wife was found was pretty laughable I mean oh pleaseThe languagewriting techniue is lazy The writer just keeps jumping from scene to scene and its lazy and loose And really what is “be rest assured” ? People either are asked to “rest assured” or “be assured” But what does “be rest” mean?? The metaphors are over the top just like “how about” “The tears were given freedom from the fortress that were his eyes” that sentence was an insult even to the worst purple proseAnd note to the author – don’t know what you know about marriages but no husband and wife ever spent every waking moment in “furious lovemaking sessions” cos that’s all the very lovelorn Haasil seems to do with his wife Oh that and talk endlessly about love in sad forlorn philosophical terms In fact the latter is all that Haasil does with Swadha as well Why exactly?A lot of the endless meaningless paragraphs about love and life seem to be coming out of the author’s mouth rather than the characters’ This leaves them flimsy Unreal And they all seem to be cut or less from the same clothI thought I would be reading the author’s other book as well but I guess he would have nothing new to offerhttpsrainandabookwordpresscom20131005that kiss in the rain by novoneel chakraborty


  8. Thebookvamp Thebookvamp says:

    I liked the love uote part or whatever it can be said I hate pallavi she z really f#ked up am not a favourite of her character and truly not feeling for her f#ked up life on other hand swedha was left alone with all her love it gives some soft corner for her Haasil was perfectly sculpted by his character I was impressed by him with the hurt with pallavi I really feel sorry for him Nitin is a twister of story but not a bad guy he just wants his friend to be alive and happy totally it worth a read for once


  9. Sushobhan Sushobhan says:

    Ok ok stuff nothing new or turn around story carrying a spoiled urban life imprint on few scared hearted people it is possible that I being a middle class tier 2 type perceptive value holder too harsh and too judgmental but the story doesn't correlate or touch me Swadha sweet girl pallavi chatur naar karke singaar haasil that breed which doesn't exist


  10. Kanika Narula Kanika Narula says:

    really niucemust read


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10 thoughts on “That Kiss In The Rain

  1. Ronak Gajjar Ronak Gajjar says:

    I fell in Love with Novoneel’s writing after reading this one Also one of the most captivating prologues which keep you bound until the end I was seriously surprised how come so many negative reviews and the shocking thing why CB’s writing are appreciated ?The very first anonymous exchange clutched me never fading those carved marks on my heart “Is there any festival which can be celebrated every day and not once a year?” Asked the girl “Wait till you fall in love with me” Replied the boy Definitely story line is a bit off track but not completely swayed away like other stories with evergreen happy endings Those uotations after reading each one my heart literally leaped out of rib cage longing for a love life Rarely happening scenario Love is the reason to remain sane all life and yet it is an excuse to be insane in all the moments that make up a life Moving on to the main characters Pallavi Vimani Her image being portrayed as spoil brat is profoundly reversed when she finally acuires a chance to be with the love of her life She is completely crazy selfish manipulative bitch and straightforward one with guts Swadha KashyapLady with traumatized childhood keeps on fighting her perplexing feelings reserved for her boss Her encounters with him are at point completely hilarious ones AND ULTIMATELY THE HAASIL SINHA I wish I had a boyfriend with these every single uality of him completely adorable one who makes me fall every single second And of course his love for his wife is unfathomable Our story began not when we came into each other’s life It began from the time when life happened to us We are not only made for each other but were thought for each other too And my exact feelings reading this sentence were Arguing on “Love” always has endless complicating frustrating reasons why can’t we keep it simpler as the sunrises and sunsets Feelings are the only things which human nature can’t hold or control Flowing with them makes things much easier rather than discarding or trying to erase them Love is simple endless eternize and why contaminate it with complications lust misunderstandings or attractions?PS Well Novoneel owes the book to the veins The predictable Goosebumps and twists sing to you as a long sad tale It kicks the difference between love lust and desires which reminds me of

  2. Saburi Pandit Saburi Pandit says:

    This book sucks Worst than Ekta Kapoor's worst daily soaps Don't even try wasting your precious time reading this Not Good

  3. Misha Dcruz Misha Dcruz says:

    Unbelievably touchingI didn't want the book to end at all I enjoyed every bit of it Haasil Palki's love Pallavi's upsetting love Swadha's Uff Am just too much in love with the book and the way Novoneel thinks feels and expressesAnd one thing I've read this book almost 6 7 years ago But the goosebumps I felt when I read the story was beyond compare

  4. Aks Aks says:

    The characters failed to hold groundPersonal Take Waste of 205 pages

  5. Mridani Pandey Mridani Pandey says:

    the story line was perfectall d characters were really sharp n attractivea book that takes a while for u to understand n ones u do u ganna love itits a treat worthwhile

  6. Sukesha Dutta Sukesha Dutta says:

    I'm still having the hangover Pallavi is brilliantthe characters are like real flesh n bloodbut want some brighter hues of lifeit made me feel only the greylife is not all about gloomThanks a lot for giving the chance 2 experience such instances

  7. Sreesha Divakaran Sreesha Divakaran says:

    I guess I was too carried away with “how about a sin tonight” which I have given 3 stars to but I will probably be taking some points out of it due to the terrible book that this one is In fact how about was also just average but some of the author’s ideas reflected some of mine hence the “carried away” feelingThis one is just an immature piece of writing In Swadha I have found a wet tissue paper of a female character mooning over a married boss waiting for his wife to die In Pallavi the author seems to have tried to create a Sydney Sheldon like heroine but has failed She’s neither intelligent nor uirky nor when reuired sensitive like Sheldon’s heroines Haasil is nondescript despite being the so called “main guy” of the story He’s just another wet tissue paper And the circumstances in which ok spoiler but who cares really his wife was found was pretty laughable I mean oh pleaseThe languagewriting techniue is lazy The writer just keeps jumping from scene to scene and its lazy and loose And really what is “be rest assured” ? People either are asked to “rest assured” or “be assured” But what does “be rest” mean?? The metaphors are over the top just like “how about” “The tears were given freedom from the fortress that were his eyes” that sentence was an insult even to the worst purple proseAnd note to the author – don’t know what you know about marriages but no husband and wife ever spent every waking moment in “furious lovemaking sessions” cos that’s all the very lovelorn Haasil seems to do with his wife Oh that and talk endlessly about love in sad forlorn philosophical terms In fact the latter is all that Haasil does with Swadha as well Why exactly?A lot of the endless meaningless paragraphs about love and life seem to be coming out of the author’s mouth rather than the characters’ This leaves them flimsy Unreal And they all seem to be cut or less from the same clothI thought I would be reading the author’s other book as well but I guess he would have nothing new to offerhttpsrainandabookwordpresscom20131005that kiss in the rain by novoneel chakraborty

  8. Thebookvamp Thebookvamp says:

    I liked the love uote part or whatever it can be said I hate pallavi she z really f#ked up am not a favourite of her character and truly not feeling for her f#ked up life on other hand swedha was left alone with all her love it gives some soft corner for her Haasil was perfectly sculpted by his character I was impressed by him with the hurt with pallavi I really feel sorry for him Nitin is a twister of story but not a bad guy he just wants his friend to be alive and happy totally it worth a read for once

  9. Sushobhan Sushobhan says:

    Ok ok stuff nothing new or turn around story carrying a spoiled urban life imprint on few scared hearted people it is possible that I being a middle class tier 2 type perceptive value holder too harsh and too judgmental but the story doesn't correlate or touch me Swadha sweet girl pallavi chatur naar karke singaar haasil that breed which doesn't exist

  10. Kanika Narula Kanika Narula says:

    really niucemust read

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