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Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi Review

Title: Truly, Madly, Deeply

Author: Faraaz Kazi

First published November 10, 2010

303 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9788122311648 (ISBN10: 8122311644)

Rating: 3.58


When Rahul, the most popular guy in school, falls for Seema, his beautiful female equivalent, their teenage romance blossoms. Despite the approval of friends and teachers, the two never confess their love for each other.

Rahul’s flaunting nature becomes too much for Seema, who struggles to handle the unnecessary attention. Misunderstandings and ego clashes cause them to drift apart, and Rahul loses his popularity, status, sanity, and love.

Desperate to win back Seema’s heart, Rahul takes drastic measures. Will Seema ever realize the depth of Rahul’s love for her, and will they find their way back to each other?

In a world full of misunderstandings, can first love be the last? Find out in Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi.

Editoral Review

Truly, Madly, Deeply is a heartrending romance novel written by Faraaz Kazi. The novel was first published on November 10, 2010, and has since then gained considerable popularity among romance enthusiasts.

Kazi brings to life the genre of romance through his exceptional writing style and engaging characters that make the novel a delightful read. The novel is set in the twenty-first century, in the suburbs of Mumbai, India.

The story follows the protagonist, Rahul, a high school student who falls in love with a girl named Seema after an unexpected encounter. As their relationship deepens, obstacles arise, and the two must overcome them to maintain their love.

The author weaves a captivating story in which he explores the complexities of love, relationships, and the emotions that emerge from them. The book explores themes of teenage love, the enduring nature of true love, and society’s expectations regarding relationships.

The characters are relatable, and Kazis writing style provides glimpses into their innermost thoughts and feelings, making the book all the more poignant. Truly, Madly, Deeply draws on traditional Indian culture while also incorporating contemporary themes.

The book’s cultural and historical significance enriches it, and modern-day readers will appreciate the ways it bridges old and new worlds. The novel finds relevance in current issues like arranged marriages and love as a means of social mobility, providing readers with a unique perspective on modern Indian society.

Kazis writing style is impeccable, providing readers with a vivid portrayal of the story’s characters and their emotions. He uses both narrative and dialogue to build the story’s atmosphere, and his attention to detail adds to the book’s overall effectiveness.

The pacing of the story is perfect, and the narrative structure is well-crafted. The book’s strengths are evident in its character development, especially in the way Rahul and Seemas characters evolve over time.

Kazi skillfully reveals their complexities through their interactions and reactions to various situations. The themes in the novel are thoughtfully developed and challenge traditional views of love and relationships.

There is, however, one flaw in the book, the dialogue at times feels stilted and forced, and this detracts from the novel’s otherwise natural style. That being said, this is a minor issue, and it does not detract from the novel’s overall value.

Truly, Madly, Deeply is an exceptional novel that will leave readers captivated and emotionally stirred. It is a must-read for romance enthusiasts, especially those who enjoy exploring cultural and social themes in their reading.

I give this book a score of 4.5 out of 5, with the .5 detracted for the stilted dialogue. Readers should definitely add Truly, Madly, Deeply to their reading list for the year, as it is a beautifully crafted work that is sure to leave a lasting impression.