I too had A Love Story – Ravinder Singh


I too had a Love Story.

Author: Ravinder Singh

ISBN: 9780143418764

No. Of Pages: 206 Pages

My Rating: 0/5

‘I too had a love story” is a love tale of both, the author and protagonist, Ravinder Singh. He registers himself on a matrimonial website and after four months he receives an SMS from a girl, Khushi. He eagerly check her profile on the same matrimonial website and likes her. They try to know each other and remain in touch by talking over the phone. Their telephonic conversations get converted into love, without then having personally met each other. They then eventually greet. Their love progress and after greeting each other’s parents their relationship takes a quantum leap; they decide to get engage. But their calamitous dark fortune does not approve of their relation and Khushi encounters with a massive and severe accident in which she dies, ironically.

Why I did not appreciated, “I Too Had A Love story”.

1. What disappoints me the most is the lack of grip the author has over English Literature.

2. Poor sentences. Their construction is ridiculous as Ravinder singh is NOT a professional writer, he only presumes to be.

3. While reading the book, you’ll fell like a fifth grade child is narrating the story. A childish endeavour I’ll say.

4. Poor Vocabulary. His vocabulary is akin to a school going kid.

5. Though people, including the author say, “It is a true love tale” but while reading the book I didn’t felt any glimpses of close association with the reality.

6. There are several sub and small plots added in the book which have ruined the book totally.

7. All the telephonic conversations between Ravinder Singh and Khushi are idiotically wretched.

8. The end of the book was trio, boring, predictable and pathetic.

9. When we have authors like Erich Sehgal than why read I too had a Love Story.

10. Thousands of book get published everyday and this book is one of them which only make money and burden the reader’s pocket.

Every Tom, Dick and Harry has a story like this. Ravinder Singh should have stopped with this book (he has published his second book too) and not let Idiots allow him to waddle in its fame and glory. I wonder, why he titled the book, “I Too had a Love Story”, it should be named, “I too had a wretched Love Story” 🙂 I do not recommend reading this book as it is all about squandering time, money, energy and sweat.

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About Harshit Chauhan

I am a person, a dreamer who fly on the wings of dreams but don’t know how to achieve them. I am one of those who can do arduous tasks but at time fail to do the simplest of them. I envisage, concentrating on one particular thing as the dirty end of the stick and sometimes multitude say that i’m a patient of mood disorder . The whole enchilada, from soda to hock humanity say and ruminate that I’m perpetually in a scurry to effectuate something and I too consider them impeccable, for I want to attain stability in my metabolism, which presently is going through nadir, at the lowest ebb. Friends and other acquaintances eulogize me for my zany humor. I’m a avid reader and writer and presently I’m delving into blogging zeal ie. on https://harshitchauhan.wordpress.com/. My other chief passions apart from the above are travelling, eating, ruminating, listening to quality music, watching birds and clouds and being solitude. In short, I want to triumph my divine, limpid and creme de la creme intentions which I’m ensuing from past many gargantuan years and have made big sacrifices too. I pray, to take the Chequered flag and my relinquishments don’t go squander so that after so many damp squibs, I can witness my rest of life in its full glory.

Posted on August 1, 2013, in Book Recapitulations and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 47 Comments.

  1. Emapstone: thank you for ur visit. I am happy that something I wrote made u laugh!
    Tk care!

  2. Your review of I too had a Love Story made me laugh out loud. Glad I’m not the author, though. I need reviews too, but not a bad one!

  3. Donnesha lyngdoh : 🙂

  4. I am happy for you!!
    A disaster i took away
    Take care and keep yourself fresh from such wretchedness

  5. Really? If Yes, Please make a mental note..Grammar it is NOT Grammer.
    Hahaha, vocab..that too to make an impression…Jai Ho den!!

  6. Inspired….Really?
    If Yes, BIGGGGGGGGGGGGGG problem it is.

  7. Donnesha lyngdoh

    Your book has really inspired me a lot,it has touched millions hearts and the stories are so beautiful.I never read books but ever since I read your book ,I feel like reading on and on.I started to love reading ..I’m in love with you books..and really truly inspired..awesome books!:-)

  8. u all protector or saviour of grammer………..novels should be written in language which is best suited to convey the real intention of writer but not to use unfamous synonyms of famous word from repertoire of vocabulary to make fake impression on others……it is better to read books in simple intelligible language rather than spending hours on one page finding meaning from dictionary………..so i too had a love story is a beautiful love story , i liked ,we all liked it n u all too but unnecessary trying to be different…….. remember the only thing standing between u n ur bakwaas is the bullshit story u keep on telling yourself that u r great……..

  9. I enjoyed your unabashed review. Many of your points would have bothered me too in reading that book, it would have driven me mad. Think I will stay away from this one.

  10. @fredphillips: Indeed, i have also recommend it to one of my bosom pal 🙂
    Great work!

  11. @GregdBlog: I am damn happy for, people akin to you and me exist !!
    Literature can survive !!
    Take care,
    Lots Of Love,
    Harshit Chauhan

  12. We are astonishingly similar.

  13. Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you found my spiritual outlook and natural approach to healing helpful.

    Cheers,
    Fred

  14. I too had a love story is heart touching. I feel pity for kushi

  15. Sir ,
    Pointing to the criticism number five which you made in your post . Can you please tell me , are the five fingers same on your hands . No! right . If you never felt whether the story was real , who the hell are you on this Earth to judge a person . How can you think that everyone will not like the book .
    Again to point number 9 , When there are sites like yahoo and Facebook , then why the hell is your site out into this world of internet . Because something and many things are not found in yahoo , which can be probably found into this site of yours . Likewise , things which are not expressed ( I think you are educated enough to know this ) cannot be expressed by Chetan Bhagat or any famous writer . If you never liked it , then specify in your post that it is your view regarding the book and not prevent anyone to read it . I can assume that I am talking to a rational person , who is I guess jealous of Ravinder Singh’s fame . And ya , He has continuously said in his interviews that he became a writer in chance …
    So it’s my advice to you that instead of posting such things kindly give a reasonable conclusion that even though you never liked the book , you should not give any bad advice to the readers if your site . I wasted my precious time for this comment . Please don’t thank me for this , and kindly in return edit the post .. Thanks a lot …

  16. That was Hilarious !!

  17. i think dis buk is nt made 4 those who doesnt hve heart..never read dis typ of book ..u cant stop ur tears..

  18. @Someone: Poor vocabulary, poor sentence construction..English akin to cheap books which v find near bus and railway stations….and still many people keep on shouting. …”its awesome”…I wonder…if dere taste is akin to such books which v see near railway platforms…then actually I am sorry…my taste bud is of more supreme quality and standard which I maintain…
    Any now I see, How dumb You are 🙂

  19. u r dumb harshit chauhan.actually u r cheap.this book is not 4 u bcz u hv low standard.idiot.

  20. I am happy to see you here, Zoya.
    I am thankful to technology that my review can reach many people.
    “What the hell am I reading?”…the very same thought penetrated my psyche many times when i was leafing through the pages of Ravinder Singh’s debut work 😦
    take care,
    Thankx

  21. I am really thankful to you 🙂
    Keep praising 🙂

  22. a dramatic ending story, it looks realistic…. The author had been successful in narrating a simple story beautifully…. Ravinder singh ji…We are expecting a lot of creations like this…from you…..

  23. its an awesome book……I luvd it…..

  24. There is still hope. Dim. But Still there is, as long as reviews like this keep mushrooming.

  25. Even though the book illustrates a dramatic ending story, it looks realistic…. The author had been successful in narrating a simple story beautifully…. Ravinder singh ji…We are expecting a lot of creations like this…from you…..

  26. Excuse my late comment. I couldn’t stop myself from telling you that I feel the same way.
    While reading the book, all I thought was “What the hell am I reading?”
    Obvious story, pathetic grammar and what not.
    Also, it was too cheasy.
    I’ve almost lost my faith on Indian writers. Love Erich Segal and John Green.

  27. Awesome book

  28. 🙂
    take care,
    Harshit Chauhan

  29. I too had A Love Story is very nice author
    it i a like a true love story.
    language is too easy.
    Ravinder Singh is my favourite author

  30. Poor vocabulary, poor sentence construction..english akin to cheap books which v find near bus and railway stations….and still many people keep on shouting. …”its awesome”…I wonder…if dere taste is akin to such books which v see near railwauly platforms…then actually I am sorry…my taste bud is of more supreme quality and standard which I maintain…

  31. If uh are a normal persin den uh wnt find d book cheap
    it is ur cheap mentality dat makes uh write all dis
    The book is simply awesome and worth reading..!!!

  32. brother, i have read the book. It is not that bad.

  33. Ironically it is as Indian public, especially youth are more inclined reading idiotic and cheap books more…

  34. But it is bestseller !!

  35. All I can say is “No” :)…I won’t take my post back. I too had a love story is as insipid attempt.

  36. What rubbish you have written? I have read the book, it is a masterpiece.
    Please take your words back.

  37. Ha ha… interesting….?? This book is akin to cheap books we see at railway stations and bus stands….people like ravinder singh are real threats to English Literature

  38. i too had a love story is a mindblowing book…..dont u dare say anything about its author.

  39. You gave it 0 on 5. Hahaha.

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