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Reviewed in India on 9 December 2020
"In every religion there is love yet love has no religion" - this one line narrates Ajay K Pandey's latest book , "Everything I never told you". Yes it is a story about Roshan and Soha, two childhood friends from different religions. Their friendship turned into love but due to religious differences they couldn't get married. Later Roshan married to Manisha and tried to move on in life with wife and a son - Anuj.
Soha completed her higher studies and became a doctor. They were leaving their lives in their own happy zones but destiny had other plans. Roshan lost Manisha to cancer and during her illness Soha helped them a lot and stood by their side as a strong supportive friend. Then after Manisha's death Roshan and Soha again wished to be together, but here Roshan had to fight a major battle to convince his son. To convince a son to give her mother's place to someone else is more difficult than convince the parents for intercaste marriage.
Will Roshan be able to convince his son or he will have to choose between Anuj and Soha?

The book touches on serious topics like religion and intercaste marriages, but the best thing about the book is that author has just not given the religious messages but also given the different examples through the story. Now intercaste marriages have been gradually gaining acceptance due to increasing education but before few years it was still a taboo but when there is true love nothing matters and this message comes out strongly at the end.

When you are reading Ajay K Pandey's books you are no longer sitting in the cozy corner of your home, you are actually there with the characters witnessing their lives, yes I love his way of portraying the characters - real and convincing. The narration is good. Although the ending is expectable, author has managed to keep a reader glued to the book till the end. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
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By Tejal dave on 9 December 2020
"In every religion there is love yet love has no religion" - this one line narrates Ajay K Pandey's latest book , "Everything I never told you". Yes it is a story about Roshan and Soha, two childhood friends from different religions. Their friendship turned into love but due to religious differences they couldn't get married. Later Roshan married to Manisha and tried to move on in life with wife and a son - Anuj.
Soha completed her higher studies and became a doctor. They were leaving their lives in their own happy zones but destiny had other plans. Roshan lost Manisha to cancer and during her illness Soha helped them a lot and stood by their side as a strong supportive friend. Then after Manisha's death Roshan and Soha again wished to be together, but here Roshan had to fight a major battle to convince his son. To convince a son to give her mother's place to someone else is more difficult than convince the parents for intercaste marriage.
Will Roshan be able to convince his son or he will have to choose between Anuj and Soha?

The book touches on serious topics like religion and intercaste marriages, but the best thing about the book is that author has just not given the religious messages but also given the different examples through the story. Now intercaste marriages have been gradually gaining acceptance due to increasing education but before few years it was still a taboo but when there is true love nothing matters and this message comes out strongly at the end.

When you are reading Ajay K Pandey's books you are no longer sitting in the cozy corner of your home, you are actually there with the characters witnessing their lives, yes I love his way of portraying the characters - real and convincing. The narration is good. Although the ending is expectable, author has managed to keep a reader glued to the book till the end. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
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